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Calling All Cores!

Standards, Tools, and Solving the Multi-Core Heterogeneous Computing Software Conundrum

In this week’s episode of Fish Fry we tackle the age-old question – What are we going to do with all these cores?! My first guest Maximilian Odendahl (Silexica – CEO) is going to help us solve the multi-core heterogeneous computing software conundrum. Max and I discuss software development techniques for multi-core systems, the biggest challenges facing us in multi-core software development, and the details of Silexica’s new SLX tool suite. Keeping with our embedded system design theme, our next guest Rodger Hosking (Pentek) and I chat about the evolving role of standards and tools in the embedded ecosystem.


 

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