Tokyo, Japan. February 27, 2009 - eSOL, a leading developer of real time embedded software solutions,
will showcase its latest real time operating system (RTOS) technology for
multicore processors at the Multicore EXPO (March 16-19, Santa Clara, California,
USA). In 2006, eSOL released its prominent eT-Kernel Multi-Core Edition™
RTOS, powered by Blended Scheduling® which uniquely blends asymmetric multiprocessing
(AMP) into symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) in a single OS. Because of its
reliability and proven performance, eSOL's complete multicore solution
has been used by multiple leading embedded-device manufacturers and other
customers since then. Further enhancing its Blended Scheduling technology,
eSOL's latest eT-Kernel Multi-Core Edition Memory Partitioning provides
the most advanced multicore system protection. It does this through its
unique multicore partitioning technology, without employing a conventional
solution based on hypervisor. eSOL will present a conference session and
demonstrate its integrated software solutions platform for ODMs, OEMs,
and SoC vendors.
eSOL's multicore technology is used in its distinctive eT-Kernel Multi-Core
Edition RTOS, which is based on the SMP model, yet incorporates benefits
of the AMP model to offer deterministic characteristics for real time embedded
applications. Thus a single OS provides software developers with the scalability
and high-throughput efficiency of SMP, along with the more deterministic
and real time characteristics of AMP.
The eT-Kernel Multi-Core Edition's Memory Partitioning protects
memory across different cores and partitions, while maintaining software
reusability and system reliability, by using "Kernel Protection"
and "Core Partitioning". These two technologies will detect any
access violation of another partition's local memory, greatly helping the
development and assuring the quality of deployed systems. Memory Partitioning
also ensures the flexibility of system design where multiple subsystems
need to work more closely together, and has overcome paravirtualization
issues, including hypervisor drawbacks, to successfully design complex
but integrated embedded devices.
The eT-Kernel Multi-Core Edition, including the Memory Partitioning, is available for ARM MPCore Multicore Processors.
We will explore these features in two sessions, presented by Elmer Riego
de Dios, Field Application Engineer for eSOL. The exhibition details are:
||Multicore EXPO 2009
||Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, Calif. USA.
||March 16-19, 2009
||12:30pm - 2:30pm (3/17, 3/18) and 5:30pm - 8:00pm (3/17)
|Special Conference Sessions:
||March 18 (Wednesday), 2:20pm - 3:25pm
||-Choosing symmetric, or asymmetric, or blended multiprocessing (30 min.)
||-An alternative to hypervisor for multicore partitioning (30 min.)
About the Multicore EXPO
The Multicore EXPO is the only exhibition dedicated to delivering real
developer solutions for multicore and multiprocessing designs. Multicore
Development and Design Tools, Multicore Architectures and Processors will
be targeting electrical contractors, engineers, equipmsent manufacturers,
inspectors/supervisors, wholesalers, and supply authorities. For more information,
please visit http://www.multicore-expo.com/.
Founded in 1975 in Tokyo, Japan, eSOL is a leading embedded software developer
with core technologies in real time operating systems. We develop, market,
and sell proven RTOS suites, along with a rich set of vertically oriented
middleware libraries. Our rugged software development tools provide optimal
reliability in backing up the highly complicated development process for
RTOS-based applications. We know that a reliable RTOS and development tools
make a significant difference to the quality and timeliness of our customers'
products in a continuously growing and competitive world market. Today,
our customers - global OEMs and ODMs ranging from consumer electronics
to automotive applications - ship millions of products with technologies
pioneered by eSOL.
For more information, please visit www.esol.com.