The Numbers Don’t Lie – Exciting Gains in the Zephyr Project Base
Today, after the Zephyr Project’s five year anniversary, the project continues to grow and attract new members, developers, attendees to its Developer Summit, and all around enthusiasm for the project and its many uses. This is illustrated by a few exciting milestones mentioned previously:
- Zephyr’s 1,000th contributor, Embla Flatlandsmo, joined the project this year.
- The Zephyr Developer Summit attracted a record-breaking nearly 700 people in June.
- Integrations with partner software, such as Antmicro’s Renode virtual board simulation framework and TensorFlow Lite Micro, bring powerful new tools to help develop, plan, and implement Zephyr applications.
- Zephyr’s CVE Numbering Authority means members have regular access to disclosed vulnerabilities for advanced notification of discovered security flaws, one of very few open source projects to do so.
Laird Connectivity – A Dedicated Partner for Zephyr and the IoT
We continue to invest time and development to bringing Zephyr to our portfolio of Bluetooth, Cellular, and IoT devices. Laird Connectivity encourages our customers to see what Zephyr can bring to their IoT projects, in terms of a reusable codebase, a broadly supported and customizable OS, and critical LTS (Long Term Support).
Visit the Zephyr Project’s website to see what Zephyr can bring to your design, as well as to join as a contributor, keep updated on news and events, and much more.