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PIA stands for Priority Inversion Avoidance

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TimeSys Linux RTOS is the industry's only single-kernel Linux real-time operating system that provides unique priority inversion avoidance mechanisms and high resolution timers to enable the predictable and reliable response required by demanding networking and data-intense applications.
Summary of Key Capabilities of TimeSys Linux RTOS - High availability, carrier-grade capabilities like hot-swap, real-time support, resilient file system support - Single-kernel Linux RTOS with priority inversion avoidance mechanisms and high resolution timers - Support on embedded carrier-grade platforms like SBE, Artesyn, Motorola, Kontron, ADI - "Ready to run" delivery reduces engineering startup time - Complete range of development tools to maximize developer productivity About TimeSys Linux TimeSys Linux RTOS is a hardware-specific, royalty-free Linux real-time operating system and software development environment for embedded applications.
This specification, an extension of The Java Language Specification and The Java[TM] Virtual Machine Specification, enhances real-time responsiveness by introducing mechanisms for pre-emptive scheduling and priority inversion avoidance, and providing tools that allow tasks to avoid garbage collection delays.
Summary of Key Capabilities of TimeSys Linux RTOS - High availability, carrier-grade capabilities like hot-swap, real-time support, resilient file system support - Single-kernel Linux RTOS with priority inversion avoidance mechanisms and high resolution timers - Support on embedded carrier-grade platforms like SBE, Artesyn, Motorola, Kontron, ADI - "Ready to run" delivery reduces engineering startup time - Complete range of development tools to maximize developer productivity About TimeSys Linux TimeSys Linux RTOS is a hardware-specific, royalty-free Linux real-time operating system and software development environment for embedded applications.
TimeSys Linux/Real-Time transforms true Linux into a single kernel real-time operating system (RTOS) that goes a step beyond the abilities of TimeSys Linux GPL to meet the predictability and performance requirements of mission-critical, "hard" real-time systems by providing priority inversion avoidance mechanisms and high-resolution timers for fine- grained scheduling.
Standard Java is considered too unpredictable to meet the timing and behavior requirements of most embedded systems because of its unbounded garbage collection, inability to handle sporadic events and periodic tasks, lack of built-in priority inversion avoidance, and imprecise thread control.
Royalty-free TimeSys Linux/Real-Time is capable of response times well under 50 microseconds on a loaded processor and provides features for avoiding priority inversion, another major advantage over other so-called "real-time" Linux distributions that fail to meet the priority inversion avoidance requirement of a full featured RTOS.
Unlike other Linux approaches to achieving real-time performance, royalty-free TimeSys Linux/Real-Time is capable of response times well under 50 microseconds on a loaded processor and provides features for avoiding priority inversion, a major advantage over other so-called "real-time" Linux distributions that fail to meet the priority inversion avoidance requirement of an RTOS.