RTOS embOS receives quality label ‘MadeForSTM32 v2’
SEGGER’s real time operating system (RTOS) embOS has been awarded STMicroelectronics’ ‘MadeForSTM32 v2’ certificate. embOS is part of SEGGER’s all-in-one embedded operating system emPower OS.
MadeForSTM32 is a quality label granted by ST after an extended evaluation process. It helps engineers identify software solutions with the highest level of integration, maintenance, and service support to improve time to market and the overall quality of their solution.
Version 2 of the MadeForSTM32 label extends the interoperability of the STM32Cube Expansion packages, easing the application integration within STM32CubeMX and STM32CubeIDE software development tools.
embOS was one of the first solutions to earn the MadeForSTM32 (v1) label in an advanced collaboration of SEGGER and STMicroelectronics and now has been granted MadeForSTM32 (v2) as well. As a result, SEGGER has published the official I-CUBE-EMBOS expansion for STM32CubeMX, which may be used to generate ready-to-go embOS projects for virtually all Cortex-M-powered STM32 devices.
“The MadeForSTM32 label guarantees seamless interoperability within the rich STM32Cube ecosystem across the wide STM32 portfolio,” said Daniel Colonna, Marketing Director at STMicroelectronics. “embOS has earned the MadeForSTM32 label as an outstanding example of the tool’s ease of use. By being listed as an STM32Cube Expansion in STM32CubeMX tool, developers have assurance that I-CUBE-EMBOS can be easily selected as an alternate RTOS.”
“We are very pleased to be able to further extend our partnership with STMicroelectronics with this additional labeling of embOS for the benefit of STM32 developers,” added SEGGER's CEO Ivo Geilenbruegge. “embOS can reduce the number of interrupts significantly and therefore deliver significant energy savings, while also being highly modular, which means the RTOS footprint is very small when Link Time Optimizations (LTO) are used. The result is a simple plug-and-play installation of embOS into the popular STM32Cube environment, which simply works.”