All of RADVISION’s developer stacks and products are designed to operate on multiple operating systems. This is achieved by a specialized portability software library that is provided as part of each and every product called Common Core.
RADVISION’s Common Core is an Operating System Abstraction Layer (OSAL), enabling our customers to develop and execute portable applications that support multiple real-time, embedded and desktop operating systems.
Key benefits of RADVISION’s Common Core:
- Extensive networking capabilities and strict memory management are built into the Common Core
- Including memory, multithreading, debugging, logging and networking interfaces
- Out of the box support for a large number of operating systems , including Windows, Linux, Solaris, VxWorks, Nucleus, Windows Mobile, Symbian and others
- Step-by-step instructions manual on how to port RADVISION’s Common Core to virtually any operating system and hardware platform
- RADVISION’s Common Core includes no open source components
- Provided as source code to customers, for easy portability and debugging