Come to our Linux on heterogeneous SoC tutorial at DAC

Linux has become the general purpose operating system of choice for embedded systems and is almost always supported for high-end SoCs developed by the semiconductor vendors. Most vendors use the open source Linux distribution, then build a custom distribution representing the device tree supported for the specific SoC, and include the necessary drivers for the … Read more

Imagination, Imperas and Posedge Software present Linux bring up tutorial at 53rd DAC

Linux has become the general purpose operating system of choice for embedded systems, and is almost always supported for high-end SoCs developed by the semiconductor vendors. Most vendors use the open source Linux distribution, then build a custom distribution representing the device tree supported for the specific SoC, and including the necessary drivers for the … Read more

How much software can a virtual machine run?

Larry Lapides, VP of sales at Imperas, joins us to talk about software bring up on MIPS using virtual platforms.  Software verification is center-stage today, driving virtual platforms adoption as a mainstream methodology for embedded software development, debug and test. If you haven’t used virtual platforms (software simulation) yet, you may be wondering: How much … Read more

Security, MIPS VZ instructions and virtual platforms

Larry Lapides, VP of sales at Imperas, is here to tell you more about next-generation security on connected devices using MIPS CPUs. Imperas has recently joined the Security Working Group set up by the prpl Foundation and is working with Imagination and other prpl members on some exciting projects regarding security. One of the hottest … Read more