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LinkedHope Launches Dual-Head Display Driver KIT for Wind River VxWorks Operating System

2014/12/29 11:32:23  Clicks: Source:LinkedHope

December 29th, 2014, the independent embedded computer provider LinkedHope™ launched its Dual-Head display driver KIT for Wind River VxWorks Operating System, named SW20004. The driver kit is based on Intel® GM45+ICH9M chipset, enabling the chipset integrated GPU output to two displays with duplicated or extended contents at maximum resolutions of the hardware.

 

 

VxWorks operating system is one of embedded real-time operating systems (RTOS), designed and developed by US WindRiver in 1983. Nowadays, VxWorks has become a key component of the embedded development environments. Its good sustainable development capacity, high performance kernel and user-friendly development environment make sure VxWorks occupies a place in the field of embedded real-time operating system.  Because of its good reliability and excellent real-time performance, VxWorks is widely used in highly demanding real-time communications, military, aviation, aerospace and other sophisticated technology fields, such as the satellite communications, military maneuvers, ballistic guidance, aircraft navigation etc.

Although VxWorks 5.5/ 6.8 / 6.9 are currently the most widely used embedded real-time operating system, VxWorks does not provide the same graphics functions as the Microsoft Windows family that provides users with a simple interface to achieve the dual duplicated displays, or dual extended displays or other advanced display features,  as is why SW20004 is generated. In addition to its display-cloning function, SW20004 also supports the first display contents extending to the second top, down, left or right display at  “Extend” mode, and its maximum screen resolution is 3840x1080 @ 60Hz. At the meantime, LinkedHope provides a dynamic adjustment function at dual display mode supporting dual-display resolution and dual extension mode API functions, which allow customers to use the API interfaces directly

For more information, please visit: SW20004

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