Enea is a global software company with local consultancy. The name of the original Swedish company is an abbreviation of Engmans Electronics Aktiebolaget. Center of the Enea software family are the real-time operating systems OSE OSEck, OSE Epsilon and the database management system Polyhedra with the related consulting services and software solutions from other vendors.
- The element middleware software for high-availability systems
- LINX (IPC ), an adaptable inter-process communication mechanism, which was published for Linux as Open Source. For OSE platforms, there is a proprietary Erweitung.
- DSpeed , a software to manage DSP cluster
- Enea Netbricks protocol stacks are a collection of telecommunications protocols for circuit - and IP-based networks that have been transferred in the acquisition of the French company Netbricks in April 2008 in the portfolio of Enea.
The Enea software family is mainly used in wireless base stations and mobile phones, but is also found in the automotive industry and medical use.
Enea is currently represented on three continents: Europe, North America and Asia, is headquartered in Kista Sweden near Stockholm. The company currently employs (as of January 2010) 650 employees. Enea was founded in 1968 and is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange since 1989 (currently on the Attract 40 index ). Enea has offices in Boston, Phoenix, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Paris, Aix -en- Provence, Shepton Mallet, Munich, Bucharest, Jerusalem, Gothenburg, Malmö and Linköping.