Azure RTOS is an easy-to-use, market-proven, comprehensive suite of multithreading facilities, middleware and Windows tools for developing embedded IoT applications including: ThreadX, NetX, NetX Duo, FileX, GUIX, GUIX Studio, USBX, and TraceX.
No cost to test and explore the source code. The full source code for all Azure RTOS components is available on GitHub, allowing you to explore, develop, test, and adapt Azure RTOS to suit your needs.
Two ways to get an Azure RTOS license:
- The production license is included automatically if you deploy to any of the supported microcontroller (MCU) or microprocessor (MPU) devices. A list of pre-licensed devices is available on GitHub.
- If you prefer to use a device in production that is not listed on GitHub, licensing options are available. Please contact sales.
Yes. The full source code for all Azure RTOS components is available on GitHub. You may freely explore, develop, test, and adapt Azure RTOS to suit your pre-production needs. Visit Github to learn more.
It depends. If you deploy to any of the pre-licensed devices that are listed at Github the production license is automatically included and you do not need to pay for any additional licensing. If you prefer to deploy to any other device, you must purchase a license from Microsoft.
Pricing depends on the number of devices you plan to put into production. Please contact AzureRTOSContact to purchase a license.
All 8 components are included in the license:
- Azure RTOS ThreadX
- Azure RTOS NetX
- Azure RTOS NetX Duo
- Azure RTOS FileX
- Azure RTOS GUIX
- Azure RTOS GUIX Studio
- Azure RTOS USBX
- Azure RTOS TraceX
Later this year, you may purchase an add-on industrial certification package that includes a collection of formal reports with test results from TUV, UL and others certifying that the code behind Azure RTOS components has met rigorous safety and security standards.
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