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Posts tagged with 'Nucleus ROTS'

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

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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