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Ultra Tiny Linux and Posix Compatible embedded OS


The Unison Operating System is an ultra tiny Linux(tm) and POSIX compatible embedded or real-time operating system (RTOS) for 32 bit processors. It has support for a plethora of MCUs with an ultra tiny memory footprint.

 

Unison is a true embedded operating system, not just a partial kernel. This distinction is made because it includes a complete kernel with a complete I/O subsystem and extensive peripheral or I/O support. It comes with complete integration and documentation and runs immediately.

  • Complete operating system with separate modular kernel and I/O subsystems
  • Ultra tiny memory footprint (from 1KB RAM and Flash)
  • 100% POSIX - passes scores of industry standard tests
  • 100% Linux compatible
  • Up and running in 10 minutes
  • Step by step Quick Start Guide for each MCU
  • Open source
  • FREE non commercial versions with FREE deployment
  • FREE online community support
  • Great documentation
  • Plethora of supported MCUs and ports
  • Commercial versions
  • Commercial support, customization and consulting services
  • Training courses
  • Hundreds of books and courses available
  • Tens of thousands of programmers available
  • Based on the predominate industry standards
  • 100% application compatible with DSPnano RTOS.

 

Don't get locked into a proprietary and non standard operating system. Open source versions are essentially free from RoweBots site (credit card required for registration). Get Unison here!

 

 

 



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