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ESC Boston Speaking Slot
System Design by Description, Configuration and Adaptation
Stephen Olsen (Software Architect, Embedded Systems Div, Mentor Graphics), Jason Kridner (Software Architect and Community Develop, Texas Instruments)
- Date/Time: Wednesday (September 22, 2010) 2:00pm — 3:00pm
- Location (room): 202
The increasing hardware complexity in modern SoC’s that are packed with peripherals, CPU’s, accelerators, and varied power modes are creating a design bottleneck for the system integrator. How can embedded developers capture design complexities in a design that fully utilizes the hardware and software, along with their interdependencies? We will look at an example considering power optimizations, peripherals, and UI technologies as it relates to a Smart Metering application using the Texas Instruments Stellaris MCUs.
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