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Medical Devices MUST Be Secure

 I recently had the opportunity to present in a Webinar focusing on security needs of medical devices along with Patrick…

Multiprocessor Blog Part 4 – Mixed-Safety Critical Systems

MPSoCs are ideal for mixed safety-critical systems such as medical or automotive.  For example,  one processing cluster handles general non-safety…

Multiprocessor Blog Part 3 – Multicore Frameworks

As we discussed previously, hypervisors are great out-of-the-box solutions for managing a homogeneous multicore processing cluster, but they can also…

Multicore Blog Part 2 – Hypervisors and Homogenous Systems

Multiprocessor SoCs can consist of homogenous clusters where processing elements like CPUs, GPUs, DSPs, and dedicated FPGA logic are identical;…

Delivering on the Promise of Leading-Edge SoCs – Multicore Solutions Part 1 of 4

Silicon vendors are packing more hardware capabilities into today’s SoCs than ever before. These now include multiple CPU clusters in…

Taking the Baton

Thank you, Colin Walls, for leading the Embedded Software blog for the past 12 years.   Here are just a few of Colin’s many…

OFF-TOPIC: The Last Post

OFF-TOPIC: The Last Post

In late Spring 2009 – nearly 12 years ago – the Mentor blog platform was introduced and I was keen…

Article about MISRA C

Article about MISRA C

My latest article on embedded.com has been published here. I am looking at the application of MISRA C to develop…

emBO++ – embedded conference online

emBO++ – embedded conference online

Later this week is an online embedded conference; the interestingly named emBO++, at which I have two sessions: Power Management…