ROM-DOS was introduced in 1989 as an MS-DOS compatible operating system engineered specifically for embedded developers. The most robust DOS available to serve the embedded marketplace, ROM-DOS enables current desktop hardware in legacy implementations. ROM-DOS continues to have backward compatibility build options, and is the fastest way to connect an embedded system to the Internet.
OEMs are now able to take advantage of large disk drives and Long File Names with ROM-DOS 7.1. With as little as a 186 CPU, a small amount of RAM and flash memory or other non-volatile storage, OEMs can create a low cost system in no time.
- Embedded Design Features
- Foundational OS
- Connectivity Tools
- Product Technical Support