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ORLANDO, Fla. ( ChipWire) — Massana Inc., a startup specializing in DSP synthesizable cores for communications applications, came to DSP World this week with a derivative of its Filu-200 core optimized for splitterless ADSL applications. The company's new Filu-DMT features the 200-MHz dual-MAC architecture of the original core but dedicates the DSP to discrete multitone modulation, handing off G.lite” protocol control to a host integer processor.

For now, outsiders see Wind River as a big gainer on the tools front, picking up, for example, some heavy duty technology in the compilers sold by ISI's Diab-SDS subsidiary. Wind River also grabs rapidly growing ISI subsidiary Doctor Design (San Diego), which provides embedded consulting services.

For its part, Wind River's VxWorks RTOS owns the lion's share of the military and aerospace markets. Hewlett-Packard is also a strong proponent of VxWorks. Wind River recently added a host of networking solutions — such as Tornado for Managed Switches — to its product line.

Timely move

Indeed, the pairing of the two vendors comes at a time when the most profitable technology in the real-time world is no longer the tried-and-true RTOS, which is on its way to becoming a commodity product. Rather, future growth will be focused on increasingly complex software development tools and consulting services for OEMs with ever-shorter design cycles for new-age Internet appliances and telecom applications.

I would agree that you're not going to make money from the RTOSes,” said First Technology's Zorfass. But where you will make money is from what I'd call the application environment — the fact that the RTOS, protocol stacks and application libraries need to come together, and OEMs would be more apt to buy that [as a package] than to integrate it themselves.”

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