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Articles by Lucio Di Jasio

  • Introducing the FreeRTOS Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) Github Branch
    With processes shrinking and approaching the limits of physics, in the last decade we have all got used to multicore chips of increasing complexity and performance extending Moore’s law in our desktops and laptops. In embedded control, where cost, size and robustness demands often take precedence over performance, it seems the time for multicore has […]
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  • Introducing the FreeRTOS Cellular Library
    We are happy to introduce a preview of a new FreeRTOS library designed to simplify the development of IoT applications that connect to the cloud using cellular LTE-M technology. LTE-M, also known as Cat-M1, is a low-cost LPWAN technology developed by 3GPP as part of Release 13 of the LTE standard, a component of the […]
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  • What's new in the 202011.00 FreeRTOS release
    We are happy to announce the 202011.00 FreeRTOS release is now available for immediate download. This release brings in a number of new features and capabilities by graduating libraries from the published LTS roadmap into the official FreeRTOS distribution - the LTS roadmap page gives an insight into what will follow. In recognition of this […]
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  • FreeRTOS Kernel v10.4.0 is now available
    FreeRTOS kernel v10.4.0 is now available for download. The new version brings numerous new features such as improved direct to task notifications functionality, enhancements to kernel ports that support memory protection units (MPUs), and a new Linux port. See the change history for additional details. Direct to Task Notification Enhancements Prior to FreeRTOS V10.4.0, each […]
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