The Zephyr Project Celebrates 5th Anniversary with new members and inaugural Zephyr Developer Summit on June 8-10

AVSystem Golioth Pat-Eta Electronics RISC-V International and RISE Research Institutes of Sweden joins Zephyrs global open source RTOS ecosystem.

SAN FRANCISCO June 3 2021 The Zephyr Projectan open source project at the Linux Foundation that builds a safe secure and flexible real-time operating system RTOS for resource-constrained devices continues to gain momentum with its 5th anniversary this year. To celebrate the milestone the Zephyr Project is hosting its inaugural Zephyr Developer Summit on June 8-10. The virtual event which is free to attend features several Zephyr leaders presenting real-world use cases best practices tutorials and more.

Launched in 2016 by the Linux Foundation the Zephyr Project has continued to grow its technical community each year. Today almost 1000 contributors have helped the project surpass 50000 commits building advanced support for multiple architectures such as ARC Arm Intel Nios RISC-V SPARC and Tensilica and more than 250 boards.

The first-ever Zephyr Developer Summit will offer community members a chance to learn more about the fastest growing RTOS in an informal educational environment.

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