Definition of NANO
- NANO is an Operating System
- NANO is the common principle of all our products:
Anna K5, DGRS,
- NANO is multi-threaded, multi-process, multi-user
- NANO is an evaluation engine that synchronises a
world process with a userís view of it.
- NANO reconcentrates the dispersed features of a host
- NANO is a multi-layer memory manager.
- NANO is an inter-process communication device.
- NANO is the foundation of our living systems.
- NANO is a self-aware reflective system.
- NANO is DNA-based.
- NANO models the world on 3 axis: Morphology,
- NANO is a kernel with a DNA-like contiguous
- NANO is multiply reusable and extensible.
- NANO is an XML engine.
- NANO is a RTTI device.
- NANO is embed-able into our ARM devices.
- NANO is an institution in an algebraic sense.
- NANO is an endomorphism of ANNA K5.
- NANO is available to any algorithm that runs on its
- NANO is tiny, the core weighs 35KB.
- NANO works the same for 32Bit and 64Bit.
- NANOís user interface is NUI, the absolute minimum UI
framework for the host OS.
- Initialization is the out-of-order construction of
the kernel itself.
- Construction / destruction of objects and types
- Allocation of inter-process memory
- Translation - serialization
- Forking of managed threads
- Notification of core events to GUI
- Synchronization of world, core, and UI structures.
- Evaluation of structures
- Reflection - all core objects are mapped by types and
Browsing the NANO core via the NUI front-end.
Browsing the NANO core via a front-end built on
NOKIA's Qt UI framework.
NANO User Interface Framework
The Navigator of NANO wrapping the underlying UI framework
We don't sell NANO. We expose it to those interested so that we ease their way into
our more sophisticated kernels.
NANO is available for download.
We may be able to answer your support queries at
Please do not misuse the mail accounts that we offered you.
Page created on Monday, 15 November 2010