TI Sitara ™AM335x ARM® Processors and Mentor Embedded Nucleus OS
Learn how the combination of TI’s new 720 MHz AM335x Sitara ARM Cortex-A8 processor and Mentor Embedded Nucleus RTOS are addressing the above issues. TI has recently introduced the Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 based microprocessor and with power consumption as low as 5 mW, the AM335x ARM processors raise the bar for high performance computing with low power consumption. Even better, the performance does not come with a big price tag- less than $5 at 100 Ku. When combined with Nucleus, embedded software developers can take full advantage of the low power features of the AM335x ARM processor by using Nucleus’ industry-leading Power Management Framework. Nucleus together with its AM335x BSP provides a complete Real Time Operating System optimized to meet the most demanding real time requirements for any AM335x processor design. With a scalable architecture, Nucleus can be configured to meet the specific bus, networking, storage and connectivity requirements with limited overhead. Nucleus offers comprehensive support for the AM335x processor enabling developers to get a jump start on feature development. Learn how Nucleus can be used to lower power consumption, simplify the software design and free-up processor cycles for your next high performance application based on AM335x processor.
What You Will Learn
- Does your next design need to consume less power with more features?
- Can a high level of hardware and software integration reduce your time-to-market?
- How do you free-up more processor cycles for your high performance application?
About the Presenter
Dan Driscoll is the software architect for the Nucleus Real-Time Operating System product-line. He has worked in the Embedded Software Division of Mentor Graphics for over 11 years in a variety of roles. His background has been focused heavily in kernel development and enhancements, multi-core support, and performance/optimization efforts across numerous embedded architectures. Dan holds a BS degree in Computer Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Who Should Attend
- Embedded Software Developers