Device Software Optimization

What Does Device Software Optimization Mean?

Device software optimization (DSO) is a methodology developed by Wind River Systems that allows organizations to develop and execute multiple device applications and software which would run with faster efficiency and rate compared to the existing methods and at a lower cost of investment.


The methodology incorporates the usage of analysis tools for developing and analyzing application software for embedded ones. Device software optimization focuses on the goal of reducing the cost of investment, power consumption, development time for embedded applications while leveraging hardware resources.

Techopedia Explains Device Software Optimization

Features of DSO:

Methodology focuses on optimizing the software development needed for devices across products and projects.
Relieves the development and analysis tools for lowering the cost and time needed for applications. This directly helps in profitability and bringing in efficiency.
Concept looks to bring in the rich benefits of optimized high level language for embedded development.
Embraces the open standards.
Intellectual property reused in device software optimization.
Brings in a broad ecosystem of software and hardware.
Promotes a flexible and licensing model which is enterprise wide.
Promotes the standardization of processes, tools and technologies and integrated solutions.


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