LYNX MOSA.ic for Avionics Now Supports 11th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
San Jose, CA – 5 October, 2021 –
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Lynx has a rich history of delivering proven solutions to builders of advanced mission critical software systems for national defense. Whether on the land or in the sea, in the air or out in space, our technologies form the software foundation for deployed systems all over the world that keep people safe and protect our allied national interests.
Systems deployed in high-threat environments such as fighter jets, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), stealth ocean vessels, military transport vehicles, and helicopters—all of them examples of systems running on Lynx software—require the highest levels of security, safety, and reliability. But as systems grow increasingly complex, so too grows the difficulty in delivering adaptable, deterministic, open solutions at sustainable lifetime costs.
That is why the world's leading providers of software systems to military and government end users have increasingly trusted Lynx; because of our proven record of delivering innovative platform solutions that meet project requirements while reducing project costs and cutting time to market.
From its inception, Lynx has embraced open standards such as UNIX and POSIX®. Our solutions enable developers of embedded applications to leverage the reuse of existing code, 3rd-party commercial solutions, and open-source applications seamlessly, with unrivaled interoperability and portability among the various platforms. We are also active in industry committees and groups that shape and maintain standards—such as OMG (Object Management Group), Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Consortium, ensuring that our customers’ needs are met by the standards we support, keeping our open systems current as standards evolve.
LynxSecure is the software foundation for the LYNX MOSA.ic™ Modular Development and Integration Framework. It is simple and elegant platform technology—a true separation kernel—that controls hardware resources according to an intuitive information flow modeling language. It was designed to satisfy real-time, high assurance computing requirements used to regulate military and industrial computing environments, such as NIST, NSA Common Criteria (NIAP), and NERC CIP.
LynxOS-178 —a component of LYNX MOSA.ic—is a native POSIX hard real-time partitioning operating system (RTOS) certified to DO-178B/C DAL A and the only OS awarded a Reusable Software Component (RSC) certificate from the FAA.
LynxOS-178 is compliant to FACE™ (Future Airborne Capability Environment 3.0, with conformance expected shortly (delayed by complications involving COVID-19). LynxOS-178 also conforms to the ARINC 653-1 Application Executive Software (APEX) Interface. See the LynxOS-178 page for more details.
LYNX MOSA.ic embodies the integrated business and technical DoD implementation strategy of the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) defined in Title 10 U.S.Code § 2446a.—Requirement for modular open system approach in major defense acquisition programs. It enables system developers to build systems compositionally using open standards, relying heavily on the reuse of well-tested and certified components. Specifically, the development environment includes the following cross development kits (CDKs) for building guests of varying size, assurance, and complexity:
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Lynx has a proud history of platform deployment and continued support for a number of advanced military systems active today across the US Air Force, Navy, Army, and various Allied militaries.
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Our foundational technology—LYNX MOSA.ic™—was designed for the modernization of avionic and mission critical software platforms, providing open flexibility on a robust foundation to meet the program needs of rich system functionality deployed in high threat safety critical environments. The intent is in the name: a Modular Open Systems Architecture Integration Center (MOSA.ic).
LYNX MOSA.ic embodies the integrated business and technical DoD implementation strategy of the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA), defined in Title 10 U.S. Code § 2446a. - Requirement for modular open system approach in major defense acquisition programs. LYNX MOSA.ic enables system developers to build systems compositionally using open standards, relying heavily on the reuse of well-tested and certified components.
The LYNX MOSA.ic development environment includes the following CDKs for building guests of varying size, assurance, and complexity: