Motorola launches operating system for mobile devices

Motorola has announced MobileOS, a configurable operating system geared for use in small embedded applications such as pagers, cellular phones and games. The MobileOS is designed to divide complex application programs into independent tasks, and can run up to 256 tasks simultaneously, which makes them run faster, Motorola officials say.

Motorola has announced MobileOS, a configurable operating system geared for use in small embedded applications such as pagers, cellular phones and games.

The MobileOS is designed to divide complex application programs into independent tasks, and can run up to 256 tasks simultaneously, which makes them run faster, Motorola officials say.

The operating system, available now, has nested interrupt service routines (ISR) processing and ports to different Motorola microcontroller architectures, including the HC08, HC11, and HC12, officials said.

Motorola, based in Schaumberg, Illinois, can be reached on the World Wide Web at http://www.motorola.com/.

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