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Why Zephyr is not just another real-time OS

Right from the moment it debuted as a Linux Foundation project back in 2016, the Zephyr project has been raising eyebrows. It incorporates no Linux code in it and is one of the many open source real-time OS’s out there. 

Very early in the morning on the second day of the Open Source Summit Europe 2019, we met Kate Stewart, Senior Director of Strategic Programs at the Linux Foundation, to understand the motivations behind the initiative and how it’s grown in the three years since its induction. The project started at Wind River before it was acquired by Intel and eventually open sourced. When it was launched the project supported four boards and now it supports over 200 across 10 architectures. 

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