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Anil Khanna

Anil Khanna

Posted Mar 27, 2014
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The EE Live! Conference is just around the corner (March 31 – April 3, in San Jose). My colleague Matt Radochonski’s last blog summarized quite well what Mentor Embedded will be showcasing at the event. Apart from demos and presentations in the Mentor Embedded booth, we are also teaming up with AMD to offer free technical trainings in their booth.

My colleague and Linux expert, Chris Hallinan, will be delivering the following in-depth technical session:
“Yocto Project™ Training – Embedded Linux on AMD Embedded Processors”

This session provides an overview of using technology derived from the Yocto Project to build highly customized embedded Linux solutions for AMD embedded processors. Attendees will get an overview of the Yocto Project and discover how to leverage the power of open source while reducing development time and cost.

The session will be offered at 2 separate times:
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 11:00am‐12:00pm
Wednesday, April 2, 2014 from 11:00am‐12:00pm

Following these sessions, there will be a complimentary networking lunch. Also, every session attendee will receive a complimentary copy of “Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical Real-World Approach”, authored by Chris – both courtesy of AMD.

Click here to register for this session. If Chris’s past Linux Fast Boot session is any indicator, this training at EE Live will be packed full – so make sure to register early!

Also, don’t forget to stop by the Mentor Embedded booth to say hello to Chris and our other embedded experts.

Embedded Linux, Linux Fast Boot, AMD, OSS, yocto project, Open Embedded

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Anil KhannaI am part of the marketing organization in the Embedded Software Division here at Mentor. Before this I spent 10 years marketing Mentor's hardware design products, specifically in the RTL and high-level synthesis domains. Moving from addressing the requirements of hardware designers to those of software designers has been quite the change. Throw in open-source and you have a heady mix - which keeps me on my toes! Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading a good book or the occasional round of golf (in the few hours of sunshine we get in Portland!). I hope you find my thoughts interesting and look forward to your comments. Visit Embedded Blog

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