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Posts tagged with 'GNU'

1 Apr, 2014

Matt Radochonski As part of the Mentor Embedded team I’m excited to finally share that we’re partnering with AMD Embedded to provide open-source embedded Linux development for heterogeneous and multi-core processors from AMD. Last year in September AMD shared details about its embedded product roadmap; this provided a great deal of insight into the commitment and growing investment AMD is making into embedded systems … Read More

yocto project, CodeBench, GNU, AMD, Yocto, gnu linux, Linux

14 Nov, 2013

Anil Khanna Readers who follow my blog (and Mentor Embedded) may know that I take special pride in highlighting the work that we continue do in and around open source for embedded development. Apart from being active in various roles in popular open source projects such as the GNU Project (inc. GCC, GDB), The Yocto Project, I am pleased to announce that we have recently also joined the OpenACC organization. To … Read More

GNU, openACC, GCC, sourcery

10 Jul, 2013

Anil Khanna Designing specialized hardware has been a popular approach by companies to differentiate and enhance their offerings. Typically, the functional and performance requirements for a target application drive this strategy. While customization begins with the hardware, for example custom DSP architectures (e.g. Qualcomm Hexagon DSP) or custom SoCs with updates to the ISA etc., in the end it is the software … Read More

GCC, GNU, code sourcery, OSS, LLVM

24 Jun, 2013

Anil Khanna It is no secret that of all the design steps involved in developing an embedded application, debugging is probably the most crucial and where the most amount of time is spent. Code debugging is more a learned experience than anything else. The more embedded applications you code, build and debug, the better you get at it. Newer tools may give you greater visibility but you still need to know what to … Read More

Debugging, GDB, CodeBench, sourcery, GNU, OSS

21 May, 2013

Anil Khanna Let me start this blog with some trivia – Which company has contributed over 10,000 changes to the official source repositories for the GNU toolchain? No luck? Ok, maybe this will help: This same company’s engineers hold over 50 leadership positions (maintainer, reviewer, steering committee member etc.) in the open source community! I would not fault you for thinking of Fortune 500 high-tech names, … Read More

Zynq, toolchain, CodeBench, GNU, beagleboard, sdk, sourcery, pandaboard, qualcomm brew

10 Aug, 2012

Anil Khanna With apologies to Shakespeare, let me start off by clarifying that we are referring to Free/Libre Open Source Software; about how it is changing the embedded landscape and more importantly the ideas on efficient ways to benefit from this constant stream of innovation. Very few fields in technology have felt such an impact from open source movement as has embedded software design. The proliferation of … Read More

GNU, Linux, Yocto, OSS

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