Multicore Migration: Preserve Legacy while Developing for the Future
Multicore has arrived and it offers companies a way to increase performance, reduce bill of material costs and differentiate their devices from competition. But the challenges of moving from single core to multicore devices may be prohibitive and the best, most efficient and economical migration path may not always be clear.
In this Webinar you will learn:
- How to transition from single core to multicore processors without sacrificing legacy application investments
- How blending heterogeneous environments such as realtime operating systems (RTOS), Linux and hypervisors can be accomplished in seamless and transparent manner accelerating migration
- How to manage software configuration, booting, error and fault handling in a multicore environment
- Why a common interprocess communications technology across all operating systems boosts performance and simplifies programming
Michael Christofferson, Director of Product Management, Enea
Mr. Christofferson has over 28 years of experience in software development for embedded systems. He spent the first eight years of his career with Raytheon, focusing on remote controlled signal and communications intelligence systems. He then spent eight years working for GTE Telecom, Sprint, Data General Telecommunications, and Pulse Communications, working with such technologies as packet switching, SS7 switching, Sonet, and next-generation loop carrier systems. Roles included a wide range of software development activities—from software coding, testing, and design to system specification and line management. For the past 12 years, Mr. Christofferson has been in sales and marketing for leading industry RTOS and tools providers. He has been with Enea since 1998.