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Selecting an Embedded Operating System Web Seminar
 

Selecting an Embedded Operating System Web Seminar

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This session reviews in detail all the facets of the make vs. buy an operating system selection decisions - both technical and commercial - for an operating system on an embedded design. ...

This session reviews in detail all the facets of the make vs. buy an operating system selection decisions - both technical and commercial - for an operating system on an embedded design.

Most modern embedded systems employ an operating system [OS] of some kind, and this necessitates some critical design decisions. Should you obtain a commercially available OS or develop one in-house. If the acquisition of a commercial OS is planned, how do you make the selection?

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    Selecting an Embedded Operating System Web Seminar Selecting an Embedded Operating System Web Seminar Presentation Transcript

    • Selecting an Embedded OS Colin Walls colin_walls@mentor.com mentor.com/embedded Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.
    • Agenda Introduction In-house vs "Free" vs Commercial OS OS Selection Criteria Multicore Conclusions 2 mentor.com/embedded
    • Introduction  Rarely no operating system —  Need to be sure Making the choice — Wide range of options – – RTOS – "Free" OS – — Linux, Windows CE etc. In-house Selection flowchart? – 3 Too many parameters mentor.com/embedded
    • Software Architecture & OS 32-bit RTOS or full OS 16-bit High-end, simple SW 8-bit CPU Architecture (complexity) Simple kernel High-end, complex SW Low-end, simple SW Low-end, complex SW (no OS) Simple kernel Software Architecture (complexity) 4 mentor.com/embedded
    • Introduction  Rarely no operating system —  Need to be sure Making the choice — Wide range of options – RTOS – "Free" OS – — Linux, Windows CE etc. – ? In-house Selection flowchart? – Too many parameters ? ? ? 5 mentor.com/embedded
    •  6 To view the rest of this free presentation, including OS selection criteria and in-house vs ―free‖ vs commercial OS, visit Mentor Embedded. mentor.com/embedded