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Live E-cast Event: January 29, 2009 (2:00p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT) Secure Operating Systems and Tools for Next-Generation Software-Defined Radios; special guests from IBM/Telelogic, LynuxWorks, Inc. and Objective Interface Systems to participate in OpenSystems Media's E-cast

IBM/Telelogic, Lynuxworks, Objective Interface Systems

The concern in military SDRs has turned to security in operating systems, in application code, and in the tools used to develop these highly complex digital radio systems. This webcast sponsored by IBM/Telelogic, LynuxWorks, Inc., and Objective Interface Systems will describe the security and information assurance issues facing SDR designers. You will find that mission critical becomes the common theme, because if these radios fail or are compromised, lives may be lost.

Participating companies will be available for a Q&A session immediately following the E-cast.

• Who: Martin Bakal, Senior Product Marketing Manager, IBM, Steve Blackman, Director of Business Development for Military and Aerospace, LynuxWorks, Inc., and Gordon Uchenick, Senior Mentor and Principal Engineer, Objective Interface Systems.

• What: Industry experts to present a live OpenSystems Media E-cast, “Secure Operating Systems and Tools for Next-Generation Software-Defined Radios”

• When: Thursday, January 29, 2009 at (2:00 p.m. EST/11:00 a.m. PT)

• Where: To attend the E-cast, participants can register at

About OpenSystems Media

OpenSystems Media has been a leading publisher of electronics magazines, e-mail newsletters, websites, and product resource guides for more than 20 years. OpenSystems Media offers E-casts and Techcasts for engineers and provides interactive tools where engineers can communicate directly with presenters and top industry editors. Current publications include: CompactPCI and AdvancedTCA Systems,, Embedded Computing Design, Industrial Embedded Systems, Military Embedded Systems, PC/104 and Small Form Factors, and VME and Critical Systems.

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Source: IBM/Telelogic, Lynuxworks, Objective Interface Systems