The Zephyr™ Project is a scalable real-time operating system (RTOS) supporting multiple hardware architectures, optimized for resource constrained devices, and built with security in mind. This Linux Foundation hosted project embraces open source development values and governance on its mission to unite leaders from across the industry to produce a best-in-breed solution.
Antmicro has been a contributor and supporter of this open source project since its early days. We have assisted customers in developing Zephyr ports and applications, and are pushing for it to become the golden standard for RTOS in IoT and beyond.
This includes promoting within the RISC-V ecosystem, for which we are now Zephyr’s official maintainers. We’ve used Zephyr RTOS in our open source RISC-V Badge.
Our open source emulation framework Renode is also an official development tool for Zephyr and our collaboration includes using Renode to test Zephyr’s networking stack itself. Renode and Antmicro are also featured in Zephyr’s blog entries: check out our tutorial on How to use Renode to run real multi-node Zephyr setups without physical hardware.