Enea OSE Systems announced today that its OSE(TM) realtime operating system (RTOS) will be used in First Access' next-generation Personal Trusted Device (PTD), based on the Bluetooth protocol.
With the First Access PTD, users will be able to perform functions such as accessing local networks through wireless connections and checking on Internet appliances and home networking devices remotely, all while benefiting from OSE's continuous up-time and reliability.
"Enea OSE Systems' specialization in the telecom market and its emphasis on high availability and high reliability made our operating system selection simple," said Moshe Elgressy, CTO, First Access. "We chose OSE because it was the first operating system software that was mature enough to use as a fully embedded OS, making it a logical choice for our PTD."
"We are excited that First Access has chosen OSE for the development of its PTD," said Lars Osterberg, President and CEO, Enea OSE Systems. "OSE's intuitive message-passing architecture makes a strong platform for developing intricate communications applications, such as a PTD."
The Bluetooth technology is set to revolutionize the personal connectivity market by providing freedom from wired connections. It is a specification for a small form-factor, low-cost radio solution providing links between mobile computers, mobile phones and other portable handheld devices and connectivity to the Internet. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), consisting of leaders in the telecommunications and computing industries, including First Access, is driving development of the technology and bringing it to market.
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