30 Sep '12, 3pm

"Migrating to Multicore": #embedsys Conference from Freescale at #elec12 sponsored by Farnell element14

Multicore architectures are becoming more pervasive. Previously reserved for a few high volume customers, these are now being used throughout the industry; in the embedded space, from high end MPUs to lower end MCUs. This presentation will encompass different types of multicore products and the challenges associated with the migration from single to multicore. To support this transition, it is critical to have a strong ecosystem around silicon core. The market is looking for solutions which include both hardware and software partners in order to accelerate the time to revenue and expedite the implementation of a high quality final product. An example of an eco-system associated with the appropriate support will be provided, as well as a view on how multicore products will scale in the future. Please note, that you need to register for the embedded platforms conference in o...

Full article: http://www.electronica.de/en/home/congress-events/event-d...

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