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Posts tagged with 'MIPS'

9 Apr, 2014

Jamie Little We’re seeing an explosion around portable devices in the market. From consumer gadgets to medical devices to industrial instruments, battery operated, handheld and wearable devices are penetrating many sectors of the market. While these new class of devices tend to be more compact compared to prior generations, they offer a great deal of connectivity and functionality packed into these smaller and more … Read More

wearables, RTOS, Ineda Systems, IoT, Dhanush, Nucleus, Power Management, Low Power, MIPS

27 Jan, 2014

Colin Walls After talking about low power CPU modes last week, I make no apology for returning to the topic. Reducing power on a single core embedded system is a challenge. With a multicore design, there are many other nuances. As with most system development, there are two highly interrelated facets to the process: design and verification [which software developers commonly call debugging]. Different semiconductor … Read More

Imagination, ARM, Sourcery Analyzer, Low Power, MIPS

3 Sep, 2013

Anil Khanna Last week, an important announcement signaled the continuation as well as extension of support for the MIPS architecture within the Sourcery CodeBench embedded development environment. Imagination Technologies, who acquired MIPS recently, announced expanding their partnership with Mentor Graphics for Sourcery CodeBench support for all major MIPS CPU families. Imagination Technologies is well known for … Read More

Imagination Technologies, MIPS, OSS

6 Feb, 2013

Kamran Shah Yesterday, I posted links to a transcript of a discussion led by Ed Spirling of Low-Power High Performance Engineering on latency. The discussion included Andrew Caples, senior product manager for the Nucleus RTOS in the Embedded Software Division of Mentor Graphics, Drew Wingard, CTO at Sonics, and Larry Hudepohl, vice president of hardware engineering at MIPS. There’s a video of this interview … Read More

MIPS, Nucleus ROTS, latency

5 Feb, 2013

Kamran Shah There was a recent discussion by a number of industry experts on “Latency”. It was an interesting read as the perspective of a hardware designer and software developer are very different. In the end the embedded system has to perform the function it’s intended for so the end system developer has to consider both HW and SW. This “Experts At the Table” series included the … Read More

MIPS, Nucleus ROTS, latency, Nvidia, Tensilica


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