SoftFrame enables the electronic engineering tasks associated with the development of wireless devices to be performed efficiently, and the outcome to be more robust.
This middleware provides all the necessary infrastructure for the embedded software engineer to develop without the need to know the real-time operating system (using Microsoft Visual Studio C++ or GNU tools as appropriate). Prototyping and simulations can be done, without the need for hardware, on a PC running Windows 2000/XP or Linux (e.g. Ubuntu/Debian, RedHat, Suse and embedded distributions).
Threading, Timer, Semaphore, Mutex, IPC message passing, Event handling, Finite state machine. ClarinoxSoftFrame provides standard libraries, memory management functionality for deterministic execution on all platforms. Debug, trace and profiling functions improve the product quality and reduced time to market.
The Platform Interface guarantees the smooth porting of applications to different hardware. Add-on protocols instantly put your team ahead of the competition by providing off-the-shelf wired or wireless protocols. Many platforms are supported, see supported platforms below
Our award winning middleware allows us to combine our wireless software solutions into a maintainable and portable package.
While ClarinoxSoftFrame libraries provides real-time operating system (RTOS) API to handle multi-threading, semaphores, mutex and event handling, it also provides an interface to the Clarinox ClariFi™ debugger so that Bluetooth®and Wi-Fi™ protocl messages may be captured and displayed to developers.
ClarinoxSoftFrame also feautures an abstracted platform adapter that allows embedded developers to easily migrate their Clarinox applications to different hardware without any undesired consequences or hassle.
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