Back to In-Person Format! eSOL to Participate in Embedded Multicore Summit 2022

eSOL announced it will take part in Embedded Multicore Summit 2022 held jointly with EdgeTech+ 2022 on November 17, 2022 in Yokohama, Japan.

eSOL is not only providing multi/manycore OS for its customers, but the company also participates actively in industry trade groups and business associations, focusing on the development of multi/manycore technologies. eSOL’s CTO Masaki Gondo is also a vice chair of the Embedded Multicore Consortium – the main sponsor of the event.

The Embedded Multicore Summit is highly recommended for those interested in multi/manycore technologies. The event will be held in Japanese.

Event information
Date & Time: 13:00-17:10 November 17, 2022
Venue: Pacifico Yokohama
Contents: A specialized seminar focusing on the latest embedded systems using multi/manycore processors. The seminar will begin with an introduction of the Consortium's activities, followed by an explanation of the fundamentals of multi-core software and a presentation introducing new technologies in automotive systems, which are leading to major changes in business models, development processes, etc.
*Prior registration is required. Check here for more information: Embedded Multicore Summit 2022 official page (in Japanese)

About eSOL’s presentation
Date & Time: 14:15-14:50 November 17, 2022
Title: Introducing eMCOS – eSOL’s RTOS & Hypervisor Platform Scalable From Single to Multi/Manycore
Contents: With the evolution of edge computing, heterogeneous multi-core SoCs are now the mainstream approach for optimizing both computing power and power consumption. Heterogeneous multi-core SoCs integrate systems on bi-performance processors with high computing power and control systems with control in a single SoC. The key challenge is to optimize the placement of software in a mixed-critical system, considering safety and security issues, performance, and power consumption.
Presenter: Atsushi Urakami, Software Division, OS Development, Technology Director