For industrial computing system integrators, hardware and software integration is always a time-consuming and costly task. To further boost our customers' competitiveness, and for a faster time-to-market, Moxa offers application developers a fully-featured embedded software platform: RCore. For both x86 and RISC industrial computers, Moxa RCore provides a tested OS, plus drivers, middleware, utilities, and innovative applications to help our customers reduce their software development and system integration workload. Furthermore, Moxa’s experienced software team can provide consulting services—cooperating with our valued customers to achieve success together.
To provide a more powerful, stable and flexible industrial system, Moxa has developed its own Debian compatible operating system (OS) distribution for our RISC and X86 computer series. This OS builds upon Moxa’s hardware and software integration expertise, and allows users of Moxa’s industrial computers to enjoy the benefits of Debian Linux with Moxa’s high quality computing platform to reduce user’s software development time and cost.
Instead of forcing customers to develop their own OS, or paying for an expensive-ready-to run commercial OS—which is unlikely to be a perfect fit for most industrial computers—Moxa offers customers its own OS, developed for its RISC computing platform. Moxa’s OS, with our own Linux kernel, drivers and utilities, is custom-designed to make the most of Moxa hardware. Thanks to strict hardware and software validation, Moxa’s OS works smoothly and reliably with Moxa’s computing platforms and other devices, helping to avoid hardware and software integration problems, and saving customers’ time, effort and money.
The huge number of applications and easy-to-use management tools supported by the Debian community mean users can easily find suitable free resources to use, and develop their own software and applications.
Debian is an open source operating system, which means users can realize large savings on licensing fees and upgrade costs.
In the Linux community, Debian is famous for its stability, as it is continuously maintained, updated, tested and checked. Most importantly, there are frequent security patches, to ensure your system’s safety.
With other operating systems, when engineers need to compile or debug, they must first compile the code on a workstation, and then transfer it to the industrial computer, observe the results and then edit the code on the workstation— back and forth, in a repetitive and time-consuming effort. With Debian, the entire compiling and debugging process can be done directly on the industrial computer itself, saving much development effort.
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