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Linux And The Big Bad Wolf


With great interest, I am following any news around the progress of Linaro and the Linux kernel community with regard to addressing all the requirements for an ARMv8 64-bit server software stack. Well-established standards, such as the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) and Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), are impacting the development direction of the community b... » read more

ROM Code First


By Achim Nohl Finally, nine months after the next-generation SoC project was kicked off, the first prototype board has finally arrived! There are just six months left to get Android and Linux up and running. Because Android should take full advantage of the latest hardware additions, let’s make sure we get it ported as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. Before you c... » read more

printf(“I Like”);


By Achim Nohl Debugging software by adding printf statements in the code is not considered the cleanest and most advanced debugging approach, but when you are searching for the root cause of a problem you often look to the debugging method you are most familiar with and can apply easily. The hurdle of setting up a complex debug or trace tool is counterproductive when dealing with schedule c... » read more

Which Software To Use?


By Achim Nohl big.LITTLE processing refers to the concept of combining a high-performance ARM Cortex-A15 MPCore processor along with an energy-efficient Cortex-A7 processor. There were two primary use models recently introduced by ARM for big.LITTLE processing: task migration and MP. The big.LITTLE task migration use model is where the applications migrate between one cluster and another based... » read more

Making Sense Of Virtualization


By Achim Nohl In the last month I’ve had the opportunity to get some hands-on experience with hardware virtualization and hypervisors. My knowledge so far on this has been mainly limited to what I could read about it and what other people are saying about it. However, the PowerPoint slides I’ve seen leave a lot of white fog between the bullet items. This didn’t make me feel very comfo... » read more

Making Sense Of Virtualization


By Achim Nohl In the last month I’ve had the opportunity to get some hands-on experience with hardware virtualization and hypervisors. My knowledge so far on this has been mainly limited to what I could read about it and what other people are saying about it. However, the PowerPoint slides I’ve seen leave a lot of white fog between the bullet items. This didn’t make me feel very comfo... » read more

What Have Models Got To Do With It?


By Achim Nohl Transaction-level models are the main building blocks of virtual prototypes, which are used for early software development. In my last blog post, I briefly introduced the different kinds of software tasks and the implications for models. Today, I want to talk about the modeling requirements for early SoC bring up. As I mentioned, understanding the software requirements correct... » read more

Model Behavior


By Achim Nohl In this post, I would like to share some perspectives on the transaction-level models needed for the creation of virtual prototypes. Just recently, TLMCentral kicked off a contest seeking the “best” model for a mobile phone sensor device. What actually makes a “good” model? The most ad-hoc answer to this question historically has been that the best model is the fastest an... » read more

Increase The Battery Mileage With Virtual Prototypes


By Achim Nohl With this post, I would like to continue the topic of my earlier post “Can we stop power-hungry bugs from clawing their way through application software stacks?” In my previous post, I wrote about the difficulties software developers face with writing battery-friendly software. I indicated that virtual prototypes (VPs) can address many of those challenges by providing visibil... » read more

Pest Control


By Achim Nohl Identifying and describing power issues is tough, let alone trying to solve them. “Power” issues can be very diverse. It’s even more difficult to explain how virtual prototypes can help to analyze “power” consumption. We often approach it by introducing how power information can be reflected in virtual prototype models, but there are many different goals and conflicting... » read more

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