Analog Devices, Arduino and Technology Inn. Inst. – Zephyr Project

Analog Devices, Arduino and Technology Inn. Inst. – Zephyr Project

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By Wisse Hettinga

Zephyr Project Welcomes Analog Devices, Arduino and Technology Innovation Institute as New Members as it Launches the 3.4 Release

The Zephyr® Project announced that Analog Devices (ADI) has joined as a Platinum member as well as Arduino and Technology Innovation Institute (TII) as Silver members. Zephyr, an open source project at the Linux Foundation that builds a secure, connected and flexible RTOS for future-proof and resource-constrained devices, is easy to deploy and manage. It is a proven RTOS ecosystem created by developers for developers.

The project recently achieved several milestones including surpassing 80,000 commits since it was released in open source in 2015. This is an average of almost 2 commits per hour, which was made recently by 490 individuals, including 166 first-timers, who contributed to the 3.4 release. Zephyr RTOS supports over 450 boards running embedded microcontrollers from Arm and RISC-V to Tensilica, NIOS, ARC and x86 as single and multicore systems.

“The Zephyr Project brings together a diverse community of developers, engineers and experts at all levels to make an industry-supported solution they can trust for the lifecycle of their products,” said Kate Stewart, Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems. “Our focus on integrating key technologies and the fact that it is backed by a complete ecosystem, have made it an ideal platform for rapid time to market products.”

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