Mentor is active across the program at Arm TechCon with a range of conference and booth talks, demonstrations and presentations.
The suite is based on Debian and aims to offer the performance and configurability needed for robust and scaleable enterprise-class applications in medical, industrial, aerospace and defense markets.
Microsemi has put multiple RISC-V cores into a new generation of SoC FPGAs, intended for embedded systems that need to run Linux.
Work by the Multicore Association to provide a standard way for applications running on different processors to communicate with each other is leading to active implementations.
ARM has gone back to the 32bit realm for its latest Cortex-A processor core, aiming the device at a new generation of low-cost platforms inspired by the success of the Raspberry Pi as well as wearables.
Siemens has developed an open-source implementation of the Multicore Association's MTAPI to make it easier to divide and manage concurrent tasks that run on systems with multiple processors.
Mentor Graphics has expanded its portfolio of tools and software for the automotive market with its second acquisition of the year in this sector.
Imagination Technologies has set up an open-source effort that mirrors ARM's Linaro group and cut a deal with Oracle for Java optimization.
ARM has launched the -R version of its v8 architecture, targeting applications in automotive and industrial systems and possibly spawning a new generation of Linux-oriented microcontollers.
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