Enea OSE is a robust, high-performance real-time operating system, optimized for multi-processor systems where true deterministic real-time behavior and high availability is required.
Linear multicore scalability
Enea OSE is one of the world’s most deployed operating systems, used in a wide range of applications, from telecom to automotive to industrial automation and beyond. For a single image, Enea OSE is verified to provide linear performance scalability for multicore devices up to 24 cores, and supports up to 64 cores regardless of cache topology. The close to zero “OS noise” when running applications on different cores ensures linear scalability and optimal performance.
Optimized for 5G/LTE-A
Enea OSE has a long history in Telecom and is used in more than half of the world’s radio base stations. It is designed for multicore CPUs and is highly scalable and POSIX compliant – thus well prepared for meeting the stringent requirements on increased data speeds, lower latency, and larger bandwidths introduced by LTE-A and 5G. Enea OSE reduces the risks and operational challenges of baseband processing in LTE-A/5G. The bill-of-material (BOM) and total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) may be further reduced by the usage of Enea OSE.
Proven in telecom – GSM – 3G/WCDMA – LTE – LTE-A
Enea OSE supports all major architectures, e.g ARM, x86, MIPS and PowerPC, both in 32-bit and 64-bit mode. The market need for 64-bit support is increasing, driven by the need for support of larger memories, e.g RAM sizes above 4 GB. As most CPUs today are both multicore and 64-bit, Enea OSE becomes the best fit with its advanced memory management features and excellent scalability characteristics.
Security and application development made easy
Enea OSE has a strong portfolio of security protocols. The Enea Security Response Team (ESRT) keeps the products up-to-date with the latest security patches, thus relieving the customer with a large burden and potential headache. Enea OSE is well documented and easy-to-use, and can simplify the application development as the engineering resources can focus on developing the core functionality rather than becoming OS specialists.
Enabling real-time acceleration for Linux on embedded multicore devices
Configuring Linux for hard real-time latency requirements is demanding, but Enea has extensive expertise within real-time operating systems, Inter Process Communication (IPC), Linux, and multicore technologies, and the ability to supply the market with efficient real-time acceleration of Linux based systems. A heterogeneous multicore system, running both Linux and Enea OSE brings the best of both worlds – the rich ecosystem of Linux combined with the real-time characteristics of OSE. Depending upon the use case and the number of cores available, Linux and Enea OSE are optimized to meet the requirements with an appropriate mix of SMP and/or AMP configurations. Support for OpenAMP simplifies the configuration and deployment of both operating systems and applications.
|Packaging||Virtual Appliance/VM ImageSoftware ApplicationSoftware Library|
|Categories||Networking > Control & Management Software > Network Operating Systems|
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