Stratify OS threads are based on POSIX threads. They are just written with an API wrapper that allows the use of the pthread API. They are written based on the POSIX specification. Stratify OS includes an embedded friendly C++ API called the Stratify API that makes it extremely easy to manage threads.
Understanding Filesystems on Stratify OS
Stratify OS supports any number and any type of filesystem.
How Stratify OS Leverages the ARM Cortex M Hardware
Stratify OS was designed specifically to take advantage of the powerful hardware features introduced with the ARM Cortex M architecture.
Applications without an MMU
One of Stratify OS’s biggest software challenges is providing the ability to install applications separately from the OS–without an MMU. Overcoming this challenge contributes to both ease-of-use and portability. By installing just the application, you save the programmer the work of integrating and compiling the OS with the application. The programmer can also distribute the binary file to other devices running Stratify OS. In the MMU-free world, these features are only available on uCLinux and now Stratify OS.