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Express Logic PrismX for the STM32 Processors

Express Logic’s PrismX GUI software development solution now supports the STMicroelectronics STM32 processor family. PrismX is a ThreadX RTOS-integrated port of Blue Water Embedded’s Prism technology. It is ideal for resource-constrained devices such as STMicroelectronics Cortex-M3-based STM32. PrismX features a high-performance graphical drawing library and a GUI widget set for the STM32 platform. PrismX for the STM32F10C is available in full source code form, royalty free. License prices start at $9,500.

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Express Logic PrismX GUI Development Tools for Embedded Systems

Express Logic introduced PrismX, which is an integration of Blue Water Embedded’s Prism GUI (graphic user interface) development solution with Express Logic’s ThreadX RTOS. PrismX graphical interface development tools and libraries are ideal for designing and deploying advanced graphical interfaces on embedded systems. PrismX is delivered with full source code and royalty free, at license prices starting under $10,000.

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Express Logic Safety-Critical Certification Pack for ThreadX RTOS

Express Logic announced market-specific, turnkey, Safety-Critical Certification Pack products for their ThreadX RTOS. ThreadX Safety Critical Certification Packs are available for a wide range of target environments and development tools, and for a wide range of European and International regulatory standards. Express Logic is extending its offering to cover RTCA’s DO-178B, FDA 510(k) Pre-Market Notification and Approval, and IEC-61508 for avionics, medical and industrial automation equipment. License prices starting at $25,000.

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Express Logic TraceX/MC Graphical Real-time Event Analysis Tool

Express Logic launched TraceX/MC, which is a multicore enabled and expanded version of their TraceX graphical real-time event analysis tool. TraceX/MC enables embedded developers to visualize and better understand the behavior of real-time systems by showing thread and core activity graphically across a common timescale. TraceX/MC runs on the Microsoft Windows operation system. Licenses cost $1,000 per developer seat, with no license keys required.

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