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Sat 17 Mar 2012, 8:00

System Development for embedded Linux* OS running on Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor


System Development for embedded Linux* OS running on Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor

Abstract

Developing and validating embedded software stack stability and peripheral device interfaces for System-on-Chip (SoC) designs gets ever more challenging. Driving factor is the increased level of device integration and need of timely and synchronized messaging.  Additionally driving this is a fragmented and specialized software and operating system ecosystem, as well as increased time-to-market pressure. In this article we will examine how software tools can help developer productivity by using specialized development and validation technologies. Furthermore we will examine key development, analysis and debug use cases as required with most common types of embedded Intel architecture platforms.

Introduction

Over the past several years we have seen the traditional embedded market segment experience a transformation from fixed function and isolated embedded systems to a new category of intelligent systems. The transformation is changing the way people engage with and experience computing. Implications from this shift are that devices are more capable and interact with each other and these usage models demand greater performance, an increasingly capable cloud of services, and software technology and tools that support these new classes of devices. These devices are secure, connected and managed. Several industry analyst firms such as IDC* and others are seeing this shift ...

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