eSOL will participate in the 15th International Forum on Embedded MPSoC (MPSoC'15) this year again.
Masaki Gondo, Software CTO at eSOL and Multicore Association SHIM Working Group chair, will make a speech titled "A scalable RTOS for heterogenous and manycore computing."
eSOL has been actively carrying out research and development regarding multi-core/many-core software, and developed RTOS and development tools for different multi-core/many-core processors, including the world's first commercial eMCOS many-core RTOS and eMCOS software development kit (SDK) for many-core processors. eMCOS can support any processors, no matter how many cores are implemented—from single-core processors to homogeneous and heterogeneous multi-core/many-core processors with hundreds of cores—, and even in multi-chip structure.
|Date||July 13-17, 2015|
|Venue||Ventura Beach Marriott, 2055 E Harbor Blvd Ventura, California|
|Date/Time||Monday, July 13, 2015, 11:00-11:12|
|Title||A scalable RTOS for heterogenous and manycore computing|
Software CTO and GM Technology Headquarters at eSOL and Multicore Association SHIM Working Group chair
|Abstract||Future intelligent embedded systems such as autonomous driving systems and high-end medical systems require a leap in the computing performance while assuring its realtime processing and reliability. The manycore hardware are on the rise, and their architectures are often unique and have different impacts on the software. Further, for high-end systems, mixture of different MPSoCs are required, forming a very heterogeneous computing system. A new, scalable RTOS capable of adapting manycore and heterogeneous architectures are presented, illustrating the actual hardware architectures the OS have been ported to.|