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You Are Using a Heterogeneous Multicore SoC for Your Next Design; Now What?


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Senior Product Manager, Siemens

You or your hardware team have selected to use a heterogeneous multicore SoC for your next project. How are you going to take full advantage of the different types of cores? Do you need to run different operating systems on different cores? Directly on the hardware or with a Hypervisor? What about functional safety?

This paper will answer these questions and provide guidance and examples of the different approaches one could use to fully realize the potential of heterogeneous multicore SoCs.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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