IEEE 1394 software stack

  • 02-Sep-2008 03:57 EDT
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Wipro-NewLogic has a comprehensive IEEE 1394 software IP portfolio to support multiple automotive applications. It can be used to develop IEEE 1394 based car navigation solutions, in-car and rear seat entertainment, driver assist, and car safety solutions. It is designed and developed for real-time embedded systems. Delivering Linux and WinCE version as IP core, it can be ported to operating systems such as VxWorks, Nucleus, ThreadX, multiple processors, and multiple underlying hardware platforms. Its generic application programming interfaces enable support for easier application development.

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