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Freescale and NXP do battle with ARM Cortex-M series

Freescale Semiconductor, NXP and STMicroelectronics are battling one another in the low power microcontroller market with their ARM Cortex-M series chips. Two of the three, Freescale and NXP will be presenting technical papers on their Cortex M4 family products at the Embedded Live technical conference which takes place at Earls Court, London 19-21 October.

Getting to grips with device driver development

Another tutorial for your diary date - Introduction to Hardware Interfacing and Device Driver Development. Taking the tutorial at Embedded Live 2010 will be Ian Willats, of Pebble Bay Consulting, and it runs from 1:30 to 4:30pm on 21 October. It is part of the Real-Time System Development track of seminars.

Optimising multicore processor designs – tutorial

The design of embedded software for multicore systems is radically different from design for uni-processor systems. In the truly parallel environment of multicore processing, many traditional design assumptions of sequential or pseudo-parallel execution are no longer valid. Embedded Live at Earls Court, London is running a half-day tutorial on Tuesday October 19th in which David Kalinsky, a technical training specialist, ...

When ARM exec got his hands on an ARM-powered netbook

When ARM executives got their hands on some of the first ARM processor-based netbooks available they were understandably excited. As many as 15 netbooks (engineeering samples) were distributed amongst ARM executives last year.  Bob Morris, director of mobile computing at ARM, descriobed his first impressions in his blog. http://tinyurl.com/matrdx Bob’s was a 10.1-inch netbook with an 800MHz Cortex-A8 processor. He got 4.5 hours life ...

Fundamentals of embedded Linux

A three-hour workshop by Andrew Eliasz, technical director at First Technology Transfer, will take the lid off embedded Linux design at Embedded Live 19-21 October at Earls Court, Lonodn.     “This workshop is aimed at those who are planning or contemplating embarking on a Linux based project,” says Eliasz.

Real-Time Operating Systems tutorial

Entitled Introduction to Real-Time Operating Systems, David Kalinsky (Principal of D. Kalinsky Associates) will lead the half-day tutorial, on Tuesday 19 October 2010 (9:30am - 12:30pm). It is part of the Real-Time System Development track.

Programming Cortex-M series processors in C

While Cortex-Mx coding examples are usually in ARM assembler, most Cortex designers will be programming in C. Niall Cooling from Feabhas, the real-time embedded training specialist, will be at Embedded Live 19-21 October at Earls Court, London, giving a different perspective on how the ARM Cortex-M series processor architecture will affect their embedded C code.