Overview:
Multicore processors create challenges for software development. Embedded operating systems are being enhanced to support multicore environments but software developers also need advanced tools to help address multicore software development issues. Discover how a model driven approach allows for rapid configuration of overall core usage and maximization of processing bandwidth, in the context of an RTOS. This approach enables faster exploration and delivery of optimized multicore solutions.


Key Takeaways:
The attendees will learn how to rapidly configure overall core usage, maximize processing bandwidth and explore alternate configurations leveraging an integrated development environment combining the power of an advanced multicore-aware RTOS and model driven development tooling.


Presenters:

Irv Badr
Senior Product Marketing Manager, IBM Software Group, Rational
Irv Badr has nearly twenty years' experience as a modeling technology specialist; he works at IBM's Chicago office, as a Senior Manager in Rational Software division. Previously, he served in roles including CTO and Chief Systems Engineer at technology companies featuring a model-based approach to system and software engineering. He received his Bachelors from University Of Illinois in Electrical Engineering and Physiology; he completed his technical MBA from Northwestern University. In addition to his role at IBM, Irv serves as Adjunct Professor of Technology Management at the Loyola University Graduate School of Business in Chicago. He has written over fifty papers on embedded systems and model-driven development.


Graham Morphew
Director of Product Management, Wind River
Graham Morphew is a director of product management at Wind River, currently focusing on software tools and graphics. His 14 years of experience in embedded software also include positions at ARC International and Precise Software Technologies in both marketing and technical account management positions. Graham earned a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Systems from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.