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15 Jan, 2014

Jamie Little This is not your daddy’s 18-wheeler! We’re all quite familiar 18-wheeler diesel trucks. We see them on the road every day. They are a critical part of our mass infrastructure in various capacities. From moving companies, freight liners, to independent truckers, to retailers and package delivery, there are lots of big trucks on the road – collectively consuming significant amounts of diesel fuel. … Read More

STMicroelectronics, Embedded, stm32, STMicro, Nucleus, RTOS

2 Dec, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Coinciding with the Fall 2013 release of our Sourcery CodeBench embedded software development tools, Mentor Graphics is making available a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 Vista Virtual Prototype Simulator.  The simulator will be available for free to our Professional Edition customers, boots Mentor Embedded Linux, and works seamlessly with Sourcery CodeBench to provide a debug experience free from embedded … Read More

embedded hardware, hardware simulator, Embedded, virtual prototype simulator, simulator

27 Nov, 2013

Felix Baum At Tokyo Embedded Tradeshow last week, the Mentor ESD team was very busy as we had many medical customers stopping by our booth to find out how Mentor Embedded Hypervisor can help them to address regulatory and ethical issues with protecting sensitive patient information and industrial customers to make industrial equipment secure and more reliable. The explosion in medical devices is due in part to … Read More

multi-core, Medical, Multi-OS, ARM, Cortex, Android, TrustZone, industrial, Linux, Virtual Machine, Embedded, hypervisor

14 Nov, 2013

Felix Baum A very good turnout at the webinar I have recently hosted on the topic of Enabling Multi-OS Embedded Systems with Hypervisor Technology. During webinar, I talked a bit about trends in the embedded industry, the way hardware and software vendors are dealing with these trends, walked through the most popular Operating Systems configurations – SMP, AMP and sAMP, highlighted the benefits of embedded virtualization, … Read More

instrument cluster, Infotainment, Linux, ARM, Android, Freescale, multi-core, Multi-OS, hypervisor, Cortex, TrustZone, Embedded, Virtual Machine

5 Aug, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Stella, our Nucleus powered, self-balancing robot generates kernel and application level trace data which is then visualized using Sourcery Analyzer. Arvind Raghuraman, Staff Engineer on the Nucleus RTOS team and creator of Stella, will give you a tour of Stella’s application layer trace visualization. Arvind previously instrumented Stella’s relevant application layer variables including … Read More

ReadyStart, PID, robot, code instrumentation, stella, control systems, Trace, trace analysis, application layer, RTOS, inverted pendulum, software development, Nucleus, Sourcery Analyzer, Embedded

29 Jul, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano Stella, our Nucleus RTOS powered, self-balancing robot generates kernel and application level trace data which is then visualized using Sourcery Analyzer. Sourcery Analyzer is used to detect and explore wheel angle bias, and test the hypothesis that perhaps the corrective pulse width signals are causing the wheel angle bias. We also use the measurement tool to quantitatively characterize the worsening … Read More

ReadyStart, PID, robot, code instrumentation, stella, control systems, Trace, trace analysis, application layer, wheel angle bias, RTOS, inverted pendulum, software development, Nucleus, Sourcery Analyzer, Embedded

16 Jul, 2013

Jamie Little   Since the Nucleus Innovate Program was launched in November of last year, we’ve recieved dozens of Qualification Forms and many small companies have been approved for free licenses. While the popularity of the program has been exciting, the array of customer applications we’re seeing from the Innovate Program is equally as exciting! For example, some of the market segments represented … Read More

RTOS, home automation, Embedded, Nucleus, NXP, LPC4350, MCU

26 Jun, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano So, what sorts of things can you create with Mentor Graphics’ embedded software development tools and platforms?  How about a self-balancing robot named Stella?  The Nucleus ReadyStart development platform, which includes the Nucleus RTOS, Sourcery CodeBench IDE and toolchain and Sourcery Analyzer performance and analysis tool, was used in the development of Stella. Stella the robot is an inherently … Read More

wheel angle bias, trace analysis, code instrumentation, Sourcery Analyzer, control systems, stella, Trace, application layer, ReadyStart, interrupt latency, robot, inverted pendulum, RTOS, Embedded, software development, Nucleus, JTAG, PID, Wireless, Zigbee

15 Feb, 2010

Nazita Saye I normally don’t do posts about these kinds of things but I was really excited to hear this. Recently FloEFD was given an EDN Magazine’s Hot 100 Electronic Products for 2009 award. The Hot 100 consists of EDN’s list of “the products and technologies that in 2009 heated up the electronics world and grabbed the attention of our editors and our readers.” Fantastic! I know I’m a proud parent but FloEFD … Read More

EDN Hot 100, Physical Prototype, Embedded

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Silicon Test and Yield Analysis

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Accelerating ARM-based Design

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