Following its rebranding from Mentor, the division will have a strong presence in the main program and across virtual roundtables at next week's online event.
Six papers, a dedicated automotive sessions and demos including the use of the Nucleus for RISC-V are among highlights in Mentor's Embedded World agenda.
The company will share a stand at EmbeddedWorld in Nuremberg with its sister Siemens division Polarion and has seven papers across the technical program.
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.
Implementation uses dedicated PULP technology in silicon for Green Waves Technologies on TSMC's 55nm LP process.
Three Mentor divisions - Embedded, PADS and Tanner EDA - will present their latest innovations during the conference and exhibition in Nuremberg next week.
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