Lynx OS real-time system to support Pentium microprocessors

Software engineers at Lynx Real-Time Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif., have altered their LynxOS real-time operating system to support the Intel Pentium microprocessor. Lynx users now can use LynxOS to develop hot-swap applications for VME and CompactPCI single-board systems based on the Pentium family of microprocessors. Hot-swap is of particular interest designers of military systems and commercial telecommunications. The Lynx operating system supports the Intel Pentium, Pentium II, and Celero

Software engineers at Lynx Real-Time Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif., have altered their LynxOS real-time operating system to support the Intel Pentium microprocessor. Lynx users now can use LynxOS to develop hot-swap applications for VME and CompactPCI single-board systems based on the Pentium family of microprocessors. Hot-swap is of particular interest designers of military systems and commercial telecommunications. The Lynx operating system supports the Intel Pentium, Pentium II, and Celeron processors. For more information, contact Lynx by phone at 408-879-3900, by fax at 408-879-3920, by post at 2239 Samaritan Drive, San Jose, Calif. 95124, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.lynx.com/. — J.K.

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