Ibox is a operating system project being developed for research and academic purposes. Its intent is to create an operating system capable of supporting future and advancing technologies. One day it may become stable enough to be used in the embedded, high-end desktop, server, mainframe and research markets.
Own custom multiboot bootloader capable of booting from numerous hardware devices
Written in a high level language that supports object oriented features and concurrency
Uses a second generation microkernel based on ideas from L4
Support for 64-bit, multicore and mutiprocessor systems including numa
Support for homogeneous and heterogeneous distributed systems
Support for computer clusters, grid computing and network nodes