So, a product that allows code to be produced in less time at lower costs is a very welcome thing, The MathWorks (Natick, MA) is introducing two such products: embedded targets for the OSEK/VDX real-time operating system environment, and for the Motorola HC12 microcontroller.
What does OSE stand for?
OSE stands for Operating System Environment
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of OSE
We have 111 other meanings of OSE in our Acronym Attic
- Office Server Extensions (Microsoft)
- Officer Scheduling the Exercise
- Oil Sands Exploration
- On Scene Endurance (US DoD)
- On-Site Environmental, Inc. (Puerto Rico)
- Open Security Exchange
- Open Servlet Engine (Websphere specific deployment characteristic)
- Open Source Edition (software)
- Open Systems Environment
- Operating Supplies and Equipment (hospitality)
- Operating System Executive
- Operation Support Equipment
- Operational Security Evaluation
- Operational Support Equipment
- Optical Switching Energy
- Orbital Support Equipment
- Order of the Star in the East (India)
- Organismós Sidirodrómon Elládos (Hellenic Railways Organisation)
- Osaka Securities Exchange
- Oslo Stock Exchange (Norway)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NYSE:ELX), the world's leading supplier of storage networking host bus adapters (HBAs), has announced that its LightPulse 2Gb/s LP9002L Single Channel and its LP9002DC Dual Channel Fibre Channel HBAs are certified by HP for use in HP-UX 11i operating system environments.
Availigent recently joined XenSource's partner program for XenEnterprise, which offers a full virtualization solution for single or multiple operating system environments, including Windows and Linux.
0, XenEnterprise delivers a full virtualization solution for single or multiple operating system environments.
Linux is no longer a niche operating system environment.
In the NIC mode, LeWiz's 10GigE NICs can operate in a wide range of operating system environments from Windows to Linux, making these NICs simply work everywhere from desktop clients to data-center servers and storage systems.
Sanbolic's file system and volume manager allows Windows customers to flexibly deploy, scale and manage their data centers in shared SAN environments, while still operating in already familiar Windows Operating System environments.
In addition to allowing them to enhance their products by taking advantage of new operating system environments, like Linux, Alcatel's selection of Jaluna OSware in this case demonstrates how a virtualization strategy can also enable OEMs to transfer or move legacy solutions to the latest hardware environments and shortens time to market.