Transitioning to Multicore Development
As you think about your application in the context of new multicore systems you may wonder: What does it mean to transition my application to ......
February 2013- The compiler you use can impact whether or not you achieve optimal performance from all parts of your systems. This whitepaper provides details on how IBM compilers are designed to unleash and exploit the full power of IBM Power processors.
October 2010- This paper describes some of the differences between Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7) and Windows Embedded Standard 2009 (WES2009). WES7 is the next-generation offering in Microsoft's family of embedded operating systems. Specifically, WES7 is the successor to WES2009, which in turn was the successor to Windows XP Embedded (XPe). The goal is to provide OEM developers with a detailed understanding of the differences between the two embedded products in regards to building and deploying a fully functional ...
May 2010- The No. 1 vulnerability source in embedded processors is the initial boot phase of the device. Solutions to the problem of insecure boot processes vary enormously depending on the protection requirements of the system. Rather than relying on solutions based on product name, engineers will learn to make more informed decisions on how much end-system security they need, and match that to the various secure boot capabilities on the market, according to CPU Technology.
April 2010- Developing smarter products can be challenging; there are many benefits, however, including improving your customer's lives and helping drive your revenue goals. Managing successful smarter product projects hinges on adopting a requirements-driven development process — one that can help you prevent costly incompatibility failures, delayed product launches, and assist in managing complex, interdependent engineering tasks. Learn how in the Deliver smarter products with requirements engineering white paper.
November 2009- In this white paper, ITTIA notes that the demand for embedded devices is growing rapidly. Discover how embedded developers can break the performance, reliability, portability, and interoperability barriers of flat file formats through embedded database.
May 2009- This white paper discusses the benefits of incorporating an embedded database into applications for embedded, intelligent, and mobile devices. An embedded database library is an inexpensive replacement for flat files that gives applications access to relational database features, such as transaction logging and indexed search, without the overhead of an enterprise database. Applications developed with an embedded database are scalable and protected from data loss by leveraging decades of data management expertise.
March 2010- ITTIA DB SQL is a lightweight database management system designed from the ground up to meet the requirements of embedded systems and devices. SQLite is an open source software library. This white paper examines the performance characteristics and technical capabilities of ITTIA DB and SQLite.
December 2009- As the world computing infrastructure becomes likewise complicated, network and system communications have significant problems in identifying who to trust. Corporate and government personnel enter systems through a variety of methods: remote access, wireless PDAs, laptops via VPN from public access points. Establishing trust includes the identity of hardware and processor nodes, the identity and authenticity of software instructions, and the identity and authenticity of system users. Describing and categorizing all of the different types ...
January 2008- The focus of the mobile gaming industry, centers on the wide-area wireless capabilities of mobile devices. The ability to connect to anywhere in the world is what defines the wireless computing revolution. But gaming is fundamentally a social phenomenon, and it makes sense that one would want to challenge players within earshot. This paper published by Sun Microsystems expose the raw potential that Java technology and Bluetooth bring to mobile gaming. It gives as basic ...
January 2008- The scheme specifically addresses characteristics of the RFID domain such as the strong capture effect. It also makes no restrictive assumptions on channel traffic. Experimental evidence and simulation results are presented showing that the proposed transmission control scheme performs well in practice. The results indicate that the time it takes to identify a large tag population can be reduced significantly when compared to existing approaches.
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Transitioning to Multicore Development