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Rapita Systems enhances multicore expertise with Maspatechnologies acquisition - News

November 23, 2022

BARCELONA, Spain. Danlaw Inc., a leading global automotive and aerospace electronics solutions provider, acquired Maspatechnologies SL, a spin-off of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center – Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS). Maspatechnologies will join the Danlaw-owned Rapita Systems group and now operate as Rapita Systems SL from offices in Barcelona.


Invictus 360 DCUs to undergo multicore verification with Rapita Systems - News

September 23, 2021

UNITED KINGDOM. Rapita Systems has been selected to perform multicore verification for the Invictus 360's Data Concentrator Unit (DCU). The Invictus 360, part of the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) Competitive Prototype program, is an aircraft that utilizes technologies including multicore processors that require specialist verification and validation to certify.


Software-induced hardware obsolescence: The big fix - Story

September 07, 2015
Embedded systems in military applications - because of their long operational life and the changes to requirements experienced during use - are particularly prone to software aging, which can result in degradations in performance. This can, in turn, lead to expensive, unplanned hardware upgrades. One approach to avoid these upgrades is applying optimization to aged software.

Automated performance measurement and timing analysis help military embedded systems avoid early obsolescence - Story

March 07, 2012
The ongoing success of military embedded systems on land, sea, and air depends on the ability to modify the systems to meet emerging requirements. Over time, accumulated modifications to software-based systems result in degradation of the performance of that system. Eventually, the resulting performance degradation leaves system developers with the choice of either abandoning planned new features or replacing the hardware and accepting early obsolescence. There is an alternative. Automated performance measurement and timing analysis technology provide developers with the tools to optimize away much of the performance degradation resulting from accumulated modifications, thereby avoiding either abandoning features or early obsolescence.