Embedded Alley and Freescale Semiconductor will present a webinar titled, “Smart Storage Choices for Intelligent Devices” on February 17, 2009. The joint webinar will target software/hardware integration and optimization of embedded Linux, Freescale i.MX-family application processors, and flash memory storage. The event is first in a series of “Smart Design” online seminars to help developers tackle tough challenges in building intelligent devices with Linux.
Smart Storage Choices for Intelligent Devices Topics
- SoC and flash memory technology trends
- Flash file systems for embedded Linux
- Designing hardware and software with Freescale i.MX processors, flash memory and embedded Linux
- Application modeling for optimizing device performance and quality and extending deployment lifetimes
The joint webinar will help developers take the guesswork out of flash design and integration with application processors like the Freescale i.MX family. Presenters from both companies will cover flash hardware and software technologies, SoC-based system design and offer insight into techniques like Application Modeling. A key take-away will include heuristics for determining whether flash hardware and file systems meet product requirements for performance, Bill of Materials cost, and fielded device longevity.
Matt Porter, chief architect of Embedded Alley, and Kathleen Jachimiak from Freescale Semincondutor will be the presenters. The webinar will be moderated by Bill Weinberg, principal analyst at LinuxPundit.com. The 60-minute webcast will broadcast live on February 17, 2009 starting at 7:00 AM PST.
More info: Embedded Alley Webinar