To jointly support Enea software on the LSI StarPro SP2600 family of multi-core processors
Sweden-based software and services firm Enea has expanded its strategic relationship with LSI, a US-based developer of semiconductors and storage systems. Currently, the two parties jointly support Enea software on the LSI StarPro SP2600 family of multi-core processors.
Under a new agreement, Enea will optimize the Enea OSEck real-time operating system, Enea LINX interprocessor communication services and Enea Optima Development Tools for use on next-generation LSI StarPro products.
It is claimed that the jointly developed platform will have the performance, density and energy efficiency to support the next generation of high-density core and wireless gateways. Its will enable OEMs to use a single platform to develop a range of services from enterprise applications to high-density cores and wireless gateways.
The terms of the existing relationship were expanded to allow LSI to distribute Enea software on its DSP platforms for telecom infrastructure equipment. LSI also secured the right to build on and resell Enea OSEck, the Enea LINX platform and Enea Optima Development Tools for LSI StarPro processors. Enea software provides LSI customers with a full-featured operating system and programming environment for the development of next-generation media gateway services.
Per Akerberg, COO of Enea, said: LSI is a recognized expert in telecom technology, and its extensive experience in digital signal processing makes the company an ideal partner. Our software and LSI hardware will provide a faster, richer, more scalable solution to OEMs than anything available on the market today.