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Ethernet Jack Delivers XML News

The XPort AR Ethernet jack from Lantronix houses a 120-MHz DSTni-EX x86-compatible processor with 4-Mbyte flash and 1.25-Mbyte RAM plus a 100BaseT interface with power-over-Ethernet support. The flash memory has Lantronix's Evolution network software with a full complement of network protocols, security protocols, and a highlevel Web interface that supports XML and Really Simple Syndication (RSS). Logging features and a Cisco-compatible command line interface provide flexible management. Developers can choose a variety of ways to access the serial and I/O ports. Pricing starts at $70. www.lantronix.com

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Separation Kernel Delivers Multiple-OS Security Isolation

The LynxSecure Separation Kernel virtual machine manager (VMM) from LynuxWorks delivers DO-1780B Level A certification on an Intel IA-32-compatible processor. Designers can use it to mix guest operating systems (OSs) like LynxOS-178, LynxOS v4.0, and BlueCat Linux v5.1. The kernel provides multilevel security support. www.lynuxworks.com

C/C++ Development Tool Chain Jumps To Eclipse Plug-In

Green Hills Software's Multi toolchain has found a home in the open-source Eclipse development platform. The Multi toolchain is tightly integrated with the Eclipse C/C++ Development Tool (CDT). Green Hills' compiler generates smaller, faster code than the standard GNU compiler. The Green Hills product supports a wide range of processors and standards, such as Motor Industry Software Reliability Association (MISRA) and Embedded C++. www.ghs.com

UPnP Links Network Devices

The Universal Plug-n-Play (UPnP) standard enables network devices to seamlessly connect to other UPnP systems. The Quadros RTXC Quadnet UPnP software development kit (SDK) acquires an Internet Protocol (IP) address and advertises its services using the Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP). SDK pricing starts at $35,000. www.quadros.com

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