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  • Using COTS Software to Reduce HPEC Complexity

    Coding for multi-processing HPEC sounds hard, but there are ways to save time and lower risk with slick COTS tools. High-performance embedded computing (HPEC)—the kind that shrinks

  • Multicore Q&A with LDRA

    Not just for plants, cross-pollination applies to know-how, too, and there may be no better example than what’s taking place among the mil-aero, medical, industrial and other markets as they seek to take on the complexities of security and safety for multicore systems.

  • Security: The Ultimate Barrier to IoT Success

    Coming to a meeting of minds on security, independent portability and virtualization will pave the way for IoT success.

  • Practical Tips For External Logic Analyzer FPGA Debug

    Acting on “inside information” can yield a competitive advantage, but for hunting down signal processing anomalies, exploring root causes could take more than just “inside-the-chip” tools.

  • AMD’s ARM-based Server CPUs Take Flight

    AMD adds “Hierofalcon” ARM to its x86-based embedded and server line-up. It’s been over a year since first announced, but AMD demoed its 8-core, ARM Cortex A57-based “Hierofalcon”

  • SoC Verification: A Life-or-Death Issue for Medical Electronics

    While hands on care helps patients, when the subject is functional verification for the SoCs that medical electronics (and patients’ lives) rely on, the limits to what can be done by hand are just as important. Recent advancements, however, could mean that relying on such things as hand-written C tests to verify SoCs with multiple processors is a thing of the past.

  • Security of Embedded Automotive Software: How Compliance with MISRA Can Help

    The new reality for automotive software security is a complicated, but advanced static analysis can help. The proliferation of network-enabled vehicles is altering the definition

  • Cortus IP connects the third wave of computational devices

    Two 32bit processor IPs have been released by Cortus, the company’s second generation of processor IP that takes a minimalist approach to the ‘third wave’ of applications. Caroline Hayes spoke to Roddy Urqhart, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Cortus.

  • Linux and Android Q&A with Wind River

    Answers on a set of questions covering topics from automotive IVI to wearables to writing for multicore processors.

  • IoT’s System of Systems Spawns Essential “System of Suppliers”

    In October 2013, IDC forecast a whopping 212 billion “Things” on the Internet of Things — 30.1 billion of which are already installed and waiting to connect. These numbers point

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  • Universal Debug Engine (UDE)

    Supported Architectures: 16-bit, 32-bit, ARM, OMAP, Power Architecture™ (including PowerPC), Other Compatible Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows® Control of a multicore system

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