Archived E-casts and events in-progress

2 years 1 month ago

Making Open Source projects work for the long haul   [ MP3:  13.0 MB ]

At the beginning of an Open Source Project, you often start with a solution, commercial or noncommercial, with a known quality level. Then you go about customizing it by adding patches for project specific components, specific peripherals, performance optimizations, power management optimizations, etc.
Presented by: Montavista
 RECORDed
September 13, 2012

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2 years 1 month ago

Privacy-by-Design: Key Tips for Developers on Building Privacy into Apps and Devices   [ MP3:  12.9 MB ]

Mobile devices are best defined by their ability to locate users more granularly and provide a new set of services and marketing messages. But, with this new additional capability, ensuring users trust application developers leveraging their location is critical to obtaining mass adoption of these new services.
Presented by: TRUSTe, Locaid
 RECORDed
September 6, 2012

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2 years 1 month ago

Don't architect a real-time system that cant scale   [ MP3:  14.6 MB ]

Presented by: RTI

Speaker(s): David Barnett (Vice President of Products and Markets, RTI)

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Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
August 30, 2012

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2 years 2 months ago

Comparing Network Appliance Throughput Across 2 Generations of Intel Core Platforms   [ MP3:  13.4 MB ]

Ever-increasing network traffic keeps system designers of application servers, network appliances, and other packet-processing devices constantly looking for new platforms that can cost effectively increase throughput. For this market, the 2011 introduction of 2nd generation Intel Core processors (based on Intel microarchitecture formerly codenamed Sandy Bridge) offers real performance gains over previous generation architecture.
Presented by: Lanner Electronics, Inc
 RECORDed
August 8, 2012

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2 years 2 months ago

The Single Most Important Decision in Designing Your Distributed System   [ MP3:  14.1 MB ]

Distributed systems work by sending information between otherwise independent applications. Traditionally, that communication is done by passing messages between the various nodes.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
July 31, 2012

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2 years 3 months ago

How to minimize cost and risk for developing safety-certifiable systems   [ MP3:  14.4 MB ]

In this webinar, learn how the use of one common integration platform in your designs lowers development and certification costs and reduces overall project risk. We will discuss testability of distributed systems, how to avoid sources of non-determinism, design alternatives to reliable communication and more.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
July 17, 2012

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2 years 3 months ago

The ten point guide to improving real-time and embedded software development   [ MP3:  15.2 MB ]

Software plays an ever-increasing role in driving innovation and providing marketplace differentiation in smarter products. However, the complexity of bringing more interconnected, instrumented and intelligent products to market faster is stretching software development teams and traditional software development approaches to the limit.
Presented by: IBM
 RECORDed
June 27, 2012

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2 years 3 months ago

Five Ways to Secure a Real-Time Distributed System Without Compromising Performance   [ MP3:  13.0 MB ]

The typical method of securing data-in-motion is to establish a secure channel between two nodes. For example, TCP/TLS can be used to both authenticate each node and encrypt the data in transit.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
June 26, 2012

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2 years 4 months ago

The Great Network Equipment Migration: 8 design decisions to survive the big bang   [ MP3:  13.4 MB ]

Networking and communication equipment products are starting a great migration to solve the new challenges associated with The Cloud, Big Data, Virtualization, Workload Consolidation, and High Performance Computing. This massive migration is significantly transforming the underlying embedded technologies and necessitates radical new approaches to the way products are architected and designed.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
June 21, 2012

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2 years 4 months ago

New Intel(r) Core(tm) Processors: Graphics, Performance, and I/O   [ MP3:  13.3 MB ]

This webinar will show how the new features benefit industrial automation, digital signage, healthcare, mil/aero, and other applications. We will also show how you can speed design with off-the-shelf hardware and software from the Intel Intelligent Systems Alliance.
Presented by: Intel Corporation, Kontron, Radisys
 RECORDed
June 14, 2012

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2 years 4 months ago

NXP I2C Temperature Sensors Overview and Application   [ MP3:  10.4 MB ]

A review of NXPs broad product offering of I2C temperature sensors, their features, specifications and packaging offerings. Some example of usage in todays power-hungry & heat-generating systems, especially when housed in space-constrained applications (like Ultrabook computers and SSD (solid state drives)).
Presented by: NXP
 RECORDed
June 7, 2012

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2 years 4 months ago

DO-178C: What's New and Applying the Standard to Your Development and Verification Processes   [ MP3:  14.8 MB ]

The imminent adoption of DO-178C by major certification authorities presents a number of challenges for developers of certified avionics applications. Changes to the core documents, as well as understanding the corresponding supplements, can be a challenging task.
Presented by: Esterel Technologies, LDRA Ltd
 RECORDed
June 6, 2012

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2 years 5 months ago

Linux- Android and Everything In-Between   [ MP3:  14.1 MB ]

Linux has been a mainstay in the embedded industry for a number of years now due to its large code base and availability of experienced engineers. Enter Android Android uses a Linux foundation, but the API enables an app-store paradigm where a large application library and distribution model can be taken advantage of.
Presented by: Freescale Semiconductor, Wind River
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May 23, 2012

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2 years 5 months ago

Top Ten Ways to Mess Up Your Distributed System   [ MP3:  14.5 MB ]

RTI is by far the leader in infrastructure for real-world, hard-core distributed systems. We have direct experience with hundreds of teams building complex distributed systems.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
May 23, 2012

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2 years 5 months ago

Agile Development of Medical Devices

Presented by: IBM
May 16, 2012