EMBSYS CGEL（Embsys Carrier-Grade Embedded Linux）is an embedded Linux development platform,
offering customers the latest available technology with the greatest possible stability. Based on the 2.6.32 Linux,
CGEL is constructed with high availability, serviceability, and Real-Time performance. The highlights of CGEL are as follows:
Optimizes kernel designs to improve Real-Time performances significantly
Provides GLibc, UcLibc user mode interfaces
Exception handling framework facilitates capturing and processing exceptions
Provides rich performance monitoring capabilities, including black box
Enhanced memory management, providing mechanisms such as physical memory allocating when mapping,
optimization of OOM(out of memory)
Integration of multiple separate debugging features, forming a comprehensive framework for measurement
Strengthens the ability of comprehensive analyses of data, and enhances the support for multi-core systems
Provides a comprehensive solution to optimize energy consumption effectively
Enhanced scheduling mechanism to ensure the coordination of realtime task and normal task
Provides a mass of third-party software and kernel features ,which complaints with CGL 5.0 specification
Provides Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment, KIDE, which hosts a number of powerful
plug-ins for analising and on-chip debugging,bringing customers a better experience on multi-OS
and multi-core platform during the entire development life cycle.
EMBSYS CGEL supports the Linux Foundation's Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) specification.
EMBSYS CGEL V4 meets the latest CGL 5.0 standard, and is CGL registered.