Blunk Microsystems Announces Release of TargetWeb, Embedded Web Server
San Jose, CA (October 24, 2002) Blunk Microsystems has released TargetWeb, a high-performance embedded web server. Compliant with HTTP versions 1.0 and 1.1, TargetWeb allows users to monitor and control their embedded applications via a desktop browser. Designed for 32-bit embedded application environments, TargetWeb can be quickly ported to any real-time kernel or to polling environments that do not use a kernel.
TargetWeb is tightly integrated with TargetTCP, Blunk Microsystems' full-featured embedded TCP/IP protocol stack, using its zero-copy and event callback interfaces for high performance, and with TargetFFS, Blunk Microsystems' industry-leading embedded flash file system. TargetFFS allows users to dynamically update their web pages via FTP and allows TargetWeb to be used where space, temperature, shock, or power restrictions prohibit use of a hard disk.
TargetWeb is easy to configure and use. A simple mechanism embeds target data values into the web pages as they are being served. The source code is 100% ANSI C and compact, adding approximately 30 KB of code and 30 KB of data. TargetWeb is shipped with a sample application and web site to jumpstart your development.
As with all products from Blunk Microsystems, TargetWeb is royalty-free and includes source code, a user's manual, and one year of technical support.
About Blunk Microsystems
Blunk Microsystems provides a broad spectrum of system software designed for embedded development including an RTOS, stacks, web server, flash file system, device drivers, and board support packages. Blunk's products are available for off-the-shelf reference boards or can be ported to the customer's platform. Products are implemented in tight, clean code to be fast, small, reliable, and portable. Licensing includes source code and royalty free distribution of executables. TargetWeb is priced at $5,000 for creating products at a single site. See www.blunkmicro.com for additional information or call (408)323-1758.