Enea Linux with LWRT: Real "Real-time" Linux for Next Generation Networking and Communications Systems
Enea Linux v2.0 is a hardened, commercial grade Linux based on specially selected Yocto Project™ packages for communication and networking needs customized for each customer. Many complex networking and communications applications place high demands on latency and determinism that Linux even with its real-time extensions cannot meet. Enea Linux with LWRT, Light-Weight RunTime environment, is the solution that secures the required real-time performance and behavior for such applications.
Who Should Attend:
- Managers working in the telecom or networking space who are interested in a commercially supported Linux distribution customized for a) the telecom/networking market, b) their specific Linux package requirements, and c) their specific hardware platform
- Engineers and Managers working in the telecom or networking space who have Linux based applications that require more stringent real-time performance and behavior that their current Linux solution does not seem able to meet.
- How to get a customized Linux distribution and support plan based on your specific software and hardware requirements
- How the Enea Light-weight RunTime (LWRT) environment model works and what real-time performance advantages and robust features it provides
- LWRT performance metrics versus PTHREADS and Linux PREEMPT_RT real-time extensions
Michael Christofferson, Director of Product Marketing, ENEA
Mr. Christofferson has over 30 years experience in software development for deeply embedded telecom or networking systems. He spent the first 8 years of his career in the defense industry in SIGINT/COMINT systems. That was followed by 8 years in the Telecom market working with such technologies as packet switching, SS7, SONET, fiber in the loop, and DSL. For the past 16 years, Mr. Christofferson worked in product management, marketing, and business development for leading industry RTOS, embedded development tools, and middleware providers such as Microtec, Mentor Graphics, and now Enea for whom he has served since 1998.