The ARC® Processor Summit on September 8 at 9:30 am at the Marriott in Santa Clara, California will host experts, users and ecosystem partners discuss the most recent trends and solutions that impact the development of SoCs for embedded applications.
This event will provide you with in-depth information from industry leaders on the latest ARC processor IP and related hardware/software technologies that enable you to achieve differentiation in your chip or system design. Sessions will be followed by a networking reception where you can see live demos and chat with fellow attendees, our partners, and Synopsys experts.
On September 8 at 11:30 am- 12:15 pm PDT, Alexey Brdokin, Engineering Manager at Synopsys and Zephyr Ambassador, will present Zephyr RTOS for ARC Processors: From “Nano Kernel” to Heterogeneous Cluster.
Zephyr RTOS is quickly becoming one of the most popular general purpose open source Real-Time Operating Systems on the market. Zephyr is more than just an OS kernel with protocol stacks and driver enabling building all kinds of embedded applications.
In this session we’ll discuss how software features of the Zephyr RTOS can be leveraged across the broad of ARC processor offerings. We’ll start with an overview of ARC cores and features supported in the Zephyr RTOS and then we will examine some specific use-cases which utilize key features of the Zephyr RTOS such as single-threading mode, POSIX compatibility layer and SMP support for embedded multicore configurations up to 12 cores.
Learn more about the event on the Synopsys event site.