Lunch and Learn: Minimize Risk and Maximize Security in Your ARM-based Software Project
Addressing project and technical risk is a major concern for today's embedded developer. The risk is amplified by many factors, among them: a move to a new processor, connectivity and security requirements, and tight project timelines that necessitate the maximum reuse of existing software. Regardless of what hardware architecture your current design is based on, chances are that you are considering a complex, leading edge ARM-based SoC which might include heterogeneous cores and perhaps an FPGA fabric. And in this increasingly-connected Internet of Things world, connectivity requirements are increasing and the focus on system security is higher than ever. Finally, tight budget constraints and fierce competition dictate that existing software is reused as much as possible, including operating systems, drivers, and applications.
Please join Mentor Graphics’ embedded experts for lunch to discuss how the latest ARM processors and runtime software support these challenges.
What you will learn
- Reducing size, weight, power and cost using latest ARM® Cortex®-A and Cortex®-M multicore devices
- Safely and securely running Linux, Android, and RTOS on a single device
- Increasing system security via software/hardware isolation and ARM TrustZone