Designing with ARM? Use the Leader
In 1992, ARM designed the ARM v6 processor architecture. They needed to validate the new processor architecture, and its use with a real-time kernel. So, they contacted Jean Labrosse and asked for permission to use µC/OS. Ever since, ARM has used Micrium µC/OS and its successors in the development of new processor architectures.
Today, Micrium has wide support for ARM-based processors with µC/OS-II and µC/OS-III.
Micrium Projects on ARM Architectures
View the full list of Micrium projects for ARM-based processors.
Highlights of Micrium's history with ARM
- Micrium's µC/OS was the first RTOS kernel ported to ARM in 1999.
- µC/OS-II was the first RTOS ported to the ARM Cortex-M
- Micrium RTOS ported to every ARM architecture, through ARMv8.
- 50% of Micrium's licensees use ARM-powered cores
- Micrium RTOS is used in thousands of ARM-based products
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