[RTEMS]RTEMS suitable only for control system?

Joel Sherrill joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Fri Dec 1 22:20:05 UTC 2000

Jeffrey wrote:
> Hi Sir:
> Thank you for your respone. It's not a criticism, it's a question. I
> just want to know again -" have any commercial routers(or network
> products) used RTEMS as its RTOS" ? Please give me a clear answer. Thanks
> again.

THe reason I personally defer on this type of question is that
users need to reply.  Unless someone has specifically given
me a URL with a product description that has "RTEMS inside"
on it, I don't pass information along.  This is particularly
problemmatic when you combine that with the fact we can tell
you number of downloads but not applications anyway.

This came to me personally so I thought I would pass it along as well.

> Subject:  Re: [Re: [RTEMS]RTEMS suitable only for control system?]
>    Date: 1 Dec 00 15:10:31 MST
>    From:   <vasum at usa.net>
>      To:   Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill at oarcorp.com>
> Hello Joel
> Sorry for a wrong route .. currently I am not accessing
> my mails and get them fwd'd to another user account. So
> I cannot post this message on the newsgroup.
> I know one thing for sure that the TCP/IP stack that
> exists on FreeBSD systems is one of the most robust and
> better performing one. Since RTEMS uses the same, I would
> not hesitate to say that it should not be any problem. 
> I have been using FreeBSD for the past 8 years w/o any
> single problem.

> Sincerely,
> Jeffrey Wu

Joel Sherrill, Ph.D.             Director of Research & Development
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