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multiprocessing,

n the use of two or more processors in a system configuration. One processor controls the system, and the others are subordinate to it.
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MCU manufacturers will need to shift strategy toward developing multicore, multi-function MCUs, whereas IoT product manufacturers should select the most efficient MCUs to produce devices able to mix and match different connectivity and sensing solutions available in the market," concludes Saadi.
For the safety- and security-critical multicore market, Green Hills Software provides the INTEGRITY[R]-178 tuMP[TM] (time-variant unified multiprocessing) real-time operating system (RTOS).
The xCORE multicore microcontroller platform delivers completely deterministic performance, giving developers the capabilities of a hardware-RTOS (real time operating system) that supports nano-second timings.
The MTAPI specification is available for free download from the Multicore Association website.
In addition to partitioning software onto multicore hardware, the availability of this new Prism Platform Support Package (PSP) will be that users can quantify the benefit of migrating their software applications to multicore platforms.
The real-time nature of TI's C66x multicore DSPs are also an excellent fit for high precision motion control and high channel count real-time process control systems like programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and programmable automation controller (PACs).
Even in high-performance computing there are areas that aren't yet ready for the new multicore machines.
The Multicore Association's SHIM standard will be beneficial for many types of tools, including performance estimation, system configuration, and hardware modeling.
SAN JOSE, California, September 7, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- CriticalBlue, a pioneer in embedded multicore software analysis, exploration and verification tools, announced today immediate support for the Dual V850E2M Core architecture by Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723), the world's number one supplier of microcontrollers, within CriticalBlue's Prism product.
San Jose State University (SJSU) is taking a leadership role in preparing a new generation of engineers to meet the multicore software challenge facing the electronics industry.
The need for multicore processors is growing as data traffic grows, says Heavy Reading Components Insider
Mentor Graphics designs its software development tools to handle a range of platforms from small, single-core microcontrollers to multicore system-on-chip (SoC) platforms.
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