Multicore is here to stay. The potential benefits it can bring are well-communicated, but development comes with its own set of challenges, and there's no one-size-fits-all solution. What solution is best for your current project? How is multicore going to improve your product? Will it lower parts costs? What about better performance while keeping the same power profile you have now? Overall, you need tangible benefits before you make the leap.

Join Wind River, Intel, and EE Times in this web seminar panel discussion to learn more about the technology and business trends that will change the way devices are architected and developed, and how you can prepare for this future with the right multicore and virtualization technologies.

You will learn how to:

  • Take advantage of multiple cores
  • Get the best performance-not just processing speed but power and cost-out of your multicore solution
  • Bring a new level of flexibility to embedded device development
  • Achieve cost savings through hardware consolidation and better performance per watt
  • Future-proof your design so you don't need to re-port or redesign your software when future hardware improvements arrive
  • Leverage multiple operating systems in a single device to expand and enhance device functionality while reducing hardware costs significantly
  • Increase reliability and reduce risk

Richard Nass, Director of Media/Content, EE Times Group
Rich's key responsibilities include setting the content direction for all properties within EE Times Group. This includes EE Times, EETimes.com, Embedded Systems Design magazine, Embedded.com, the global Embedded Systems Conferences, and all custom events. Rich also handles the editorial for EE Times Europe and Embedded Systems Design Europe. He's been in the Electronics OEM industry for over 20 years. Before taking on the top editorial role for EE Times Group, Rich oversaw the Embedded and Custom groups, and the TechOnline DesignLine network of design engineering Web sites. Prior to that, he spent six years as the Editor-in-Chief of Portable Design magazine, where he drove the editorial to new heights while launching a magazine and technical conference in China. Preceding that, Rich was a Technology Editor with Electronic Design magazine. He holds a BSEE degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.


Emeka Nwafor, Director of Product Management, Development Tools, Wind River
With 17 years of experience in software development tools, Emeka Nwafor is responsible for product planning, marketing, and management of Wind River Workbench and Wind River's on-chip debugging products. Prior to joining Wind River, he held senior product management positions with IBM Rational Software.

Tom Tucker, SW Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel Embedded Alliance Program
Tom has 10 years of service at Intel in HW and SW Validation and Technical Marketing.