Avionics developers looking to meet demanding safety-critical performance and certification requirements in in-flight applications exploiting AMD G-Series processors may consider DDC-I’s Deos real-time operating system (RTOS) and certification artifacts. The DO-178-certifiable RTOS features deterministic real-time response and leverages patented slack scheduling to boost CPU utilization. Created using RTCA DO-178 Level A processes, the time- and space-partitioned COTS RTOS offers a low-cost path to DO-178 Level A certification. In a related announcement, DDC-I’s Eclipse-based OpenArbor integrated development environment (IDE) for Deos now supports the ASRock IMB-A180H reference card as a development target platform for rapid prototyping and development on the G-Series systems-on-a-chip (SoCs). The G-Series SoC is a scalable processor platform that combines a high-performance CPU, discrete-class GPU, and I/O controller. It supports single or dual-independent high-resolution displays, and comes with dual or quad x86 cores.