New service pack brings new features, higher performance to QNX Neutrino OS 6.5
If you use the QNX Neutrino OS 6.5 for your embedded projects, you owe it to yourself to check out the brand new service pack released by QNX Software Systems.
Service Pack 1 offers a number of enhancements, including:
- Optimized memory management for higher performance (improvements are particularly noticeable with the newer ARM Cortex-A8 and A9 processors)
- Updated networking stack (io-pkt) for better stability and higher performance
- Updates to security protocols, including ALTQ support for packet filtering and IKEv2 for setting up security associations
- Improvements to file systems for greater robustness and efficiency
- Updates to the USB stack, including better stack performance and stability, as well as support for the new USB classes CDC-ECM, CDC-ACM, and CDC-NCM
- 36-bit paddr support for the Freescale u-boot bootloader found in newer processors such as the P4080
To download Service Pack 1, or to learn more about it, visit the downloads section of the QNX website.
Posted by Paul N. Lerouxat 5:52 PM Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook
Labels: ARM-based devices, Embedded development, QNX, QNX Neutrino