Events Webinars 8 Oct 2014 to 8 Oct 2014 Live GoToWebinar The Linaro Networking Group (LNG) OpenDataPlane Initiative One of several initiatives of the Linaro Networking Group was the establishment of the OpenDataPlane (ODP) project that is designed to promote an open API specification and various open source and cross platform implementations for high performance data plane packet processing. The intent is to keep the APIs independent of current solutions that require software or hardware vendor “lock-in”, like Intel's DPDK and Freescale's USDPAA. Tune in to our webinar for a look at this exciting industry open initiative that promises a new level of cross platform support for very high performance in the data plane. 26 Jun 2014 to 27 Jun 2014 Enea GoToWebinar Ondemand Cure your medical device product development ailments with Enea Do you need a specialist to help cure your medical device product development ailments? The goal of the webinar is to provide useful information about selecting and utilizing a software services company to successfully assist with developing medical device software and systems. 4 Dec 2013 to 4 Dec 2013 OnDemand Webinar Boost Linux Multicore Performance with a Light-weight Runtime Environment-Enea LWRT Standard Linux offers excellent throughput characteristics, but has been found lacking in real-time deterministic interrupt response. The PREEMPT_RT patch set addresses the issue of real-time interrupt determinism in Linux, but most often at the expense of throughput. Enea is introducing a new model, called LWRT, an extension to standard Linux for multicore devices that features very low latency and deterministic interrupt response behavior while enhancing throughput. 9 Oct 2013 to 9 Oct 2013 For download 4 Ways to Improve Linux Performance for Multicore Devices In the embedded Linux world, increasingly dominated by multicore CPU solutions, performance is key. It is well understood that standard embedded Linux does not meet all the range of performance requirements or characteristics that various embedded multicore computing solutions demand. There are many definitions of performance in computing but in the embedded space it most often involves two aspects: a) real-time responsiveness/determinism, and b) throughput. Within this context the presentation analyzes four different approaches for performance improvement: a) Linux with real-time extensions (i.e. the PREEMPT_RT patch set) with core isolation, b) multicore “vertical partitioning” with core isolation augmented by a “light-weight threading or LWT model, c) virtualization techniques that are based on real-time kernel accelerator engines, and d) a relatively new technique called “Event Machine” that presents a model for scalable and dynamic load balancing in a multicore device. Trade shows 13 Oct 2014 to 15 Oct 2014 Congress Centre Düsseldorf | Düsseldorf, Germany LinuxCon Europe LinuxCon Europe is the place to learn from the best and the brightest, delivering content from the leading maintainers, developers and project leads in the Linux community and from around the world. There's simply no other event in Europe where developers, sys admins, architects and all types and levels of technical talent gather together under one roof for education, collaboration and problem-solving to further the Linux platform. 4 Nov 2014 to 5 Nov 2014 Kistafair, Arne Beurlings Torg 5, Stockholm Kista, Sweden Embedded Conference Scandinavia Join us at the 9th edition of Embedded Conference Scandinavia, the two-day conference that covers all the hot topics in the world of embedded. 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