“What makes your products better than anyone else's?”

That is a common question. And a good one too. The diversity of real-time kernels and middleware available is staggering; it can become overwhelming trying to tell one vendor from another.

Code Time Technologies believes the way to differentiate yourself is through constant innovation.

While real-time kernels have been around for decades, many of the original ones have failed to evolve and innovate.

Code Time Technologies delivers the next generation real-time kernel. We don't stop at simply supplying the same, generic features and functionality that every RTOS does. We add industry firsts like advanced priority inheritance, asymmetric round-robin scheduling, and starvation protection, and symmetric multicore. All in less memory than the base configuration of most kernels.

The Code Time Technologies kernel also complies to MISRA‑C:2004, and is available with a CMSIS-RTOS interface.


Innovation does not stop at the kernel; although having a good foundation is essential. Code Time Technologies applies the same continuous improvement process to our middleware offerings also.

Our MISRA-C:2004 compliant TCP/IP stack brings confidence and reliability to your critical applications, and supports all common IP applications (TCP, UDP, DHCP, HTTP, etc.)

USB Device, Host and OTG stacks are all available, featuring a comprehensive selection of class drivers. And while other companies choose to remain idle, we enhance our portfolio with classes like Audio and CDC-FTDI.

Code Time Technologies also offers a variety of file systems, each tailored to a specific need. Whether your application requires advanced fail-safe protection, wear-leveling, or an extremely compact memory footprint, we have an optimized solution available, and support NAND, NOR, SD/MMC, etc.


Unique to the Abassi RTOS

  1. Symmetric Multicore
  2. Intelligent starvation protection
  3. Priority Inheritance with dynamic tracking and propagation
  4. Adaptive priority ceiling
  5. Hybrid interrupt stack

Middleware Innovations

  1. Fail-safe FAT and FLASH file systems
  2. MISRA-C:2004 compliant TCP/IP stack
  3. USB Device, Host, and OTG with full handshake
  4. Static and dynamic FLASH wear-leveling
  5. ECC and Bad block management