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29 May, 2013

Anil Khanna Yesterday, we announced new versions of the Sourcery CodeBench and Sourcery Analyzer products. Significant new functionality has been added to these releases. In particular, the focus has been given to enhancing the embedded software debugging flow. In relation to this, Sourcery CodeBench now includes trace capability and supports analysis of both software trace (via Sourcery Analyzer technology) and … Read More

vitra-xd, tracing, ashling, CoreSight, ARM, trace probe, ETM, Sourcery Analyzer

14 May, 2013

When an Innovative Plan Works!

Posted by Jamie Little

Jamie Little Free Nucleus RTOS source code? Just a few years ago if you would have told me that Mentor Graphics would be offering free-source-code for one of the most successful, popular and distributed RTOS’s in the world, I would not have believed it. Yet, for the last few quarters, Mentor is doing just that! The Nucleus Innovate Program was announced November 2012 and adoption is picking up quickly! To date, … Read More

RTOS, Medical, ARM, STMicro, Nucleus ROTS, NXP, TI, Mentor Embedded, Nucleus

12 Nov, 2012

Webinars

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls I often tell people that my job is that of a “professional enthusiast”. I get enthusiastic about products/technologies, then infect other people with that enthusiasm. Well, that is the idea anyway. I enjoy doing this most of all when I get to stand up in front of an audience, as a direct connection with real live human beings is the best way to communicate. However, there are times when … Read More

Cortex-A8, ARM, Sourcery Analyzer, Linux, lttng

30 Oct, 2012

ARM TechCon 2012

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls This week, ARM TechCon 2012 is taking place in Santa Clara, CA. This conference seems to grow bigger every year, reflecting the significance of ARM devices in the embedded world. It is a 3 day event, with days 2 & 3 [Weds/Thurs] devoted to software and systems design. Sadly, I am not attending the event this year, but a number of my colleagues from Mentor Embedded will be there … Glenn Perry, … Read More

ARM TechCon, ARM

10 Sep, 2012

The floating point argument

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls I am on vacation and, all being well, by the time this posting goes live, I will be sunning myself on a Greek island. A couple of weeks ago, I posted a blog about the use of floating point. My colleague Brooks Moses [who did a guest blog post a while back] made a comment on that posting, pointing out that I had over-simplified my example. I am always happy to get such feedback. It transpired that Brooks … Read More

M4, Zynq, Cortex, e600, ARM, FPGA, Freescale, floating point

20 Apr, 2012

Video

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls I am not really sure that I should be promoting this, but here goes … When I was at ESC the other week, I made the mistake of not hiding or looking frantically busy at some point. The result was that I got interviewed by some guys from ARM about the Stella robot that we were showing and the Nucleus RTOS that powers her. It has now been posted on YouTube. I do not think that this one is going to … Read More

Nucleus, ARM

4 Jul, 2011

ARM Development Conference

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls

Although readers in the US may think that it is a holiday today – and I hope you have a good one – it is just another regular Monday in Europe. Actually, as the Americans are celebrating getting rid of the Brits, maybe we should join in. I am traveling today to an ARM Development Conference in Stuttgart, Germany, which I am sure will be an interesting event. I actually find it curious that

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ARM, MCAPI

15 Nov, 2010

ARM Tech Con 2010

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls

Last week I attended the ARM Technical Conference in Santa Clara, California. I am not sure how many years this event has been running, but it seems to be going from strength to strength. There was a change to the management company this year, but the event format was basically the same: a 3 day multiple-stream technical conference, with a selection of keynotes and an associated exhibition area. Obviously,

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Low Power, User Interface, MCAPI, ARM, Multicore, Android

11 Sep, 2010

jumping in with both feet

Posted by Hollis Blanchard

Hollis Blanchard ARM Ltd recently unveiled the virtualization capabilities in ARMv7-A, and they are impressive. Taking a step back though, here’s what impresses me the most: these guys jumped in with both feet. Consider for a moment the very measured approach Intel took with their virtualization extensions to the x86 architecture. They started by adding privilege modes beyond the traditional “ring” model. A later implementation … Read More

Virtualization, ARM

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