Unison RTOS for STM32 at the Crossroads of Hardware and Software

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Unison RTOS for STM32 at the Crossroads of Hardware and Software

When designing an embedded system, choosing the right software environment is as important as the choice of microcontroller, which is why ST Microelectronics working very hard alongside RoweBots, a Canadian company famous for its Unison Real-Time Operating System (RTOS). Unison brings Linux and POSIX APIs to our Cortex-M3, M4, and M7 MCUs, meaning our STM32F1STM32L1STM32F3STM32F4STM32L4STM32L4+STM32F7, and STM32H7, our most powerful microcontroller series that offer tremendous possibilities. However, it is often easy for engineering teams to overlook these types of solutions, either because they are not familiar with them, or they simply have misconceptions about performance and costs. It was thus essential for us to delve deeper into what makes UNISON unique and how it can bring a product to market faster by removing a lot of the complexity from the development phase.

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