MontaVista(R) Software, Inc., the leading provider of Linux(R) for intelligent devices and communications infrastructure, and Ultimate Solutions, Inc., a leading supplier of JTAG probes, will present a free educational webinar showcasing embedded Linux development and debugging. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 21 at 10:30 a.m. U.S. Pacific Time (1:30 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time).
Webinar attendees will see a live demonstration of the MontaVista DevRocket(TM) integrated development environment and USI’s LinuxScope-JTD(TM) JTAG target debugger. The presentation will show how these Eclipse(TM)-based tools can speed and simplify the embedded development lifecycle, from hardware bring-up to OS/driver loads to application debugging.
As technology advancements and competitive pressures increase, embedded Linux systems engineers are called upon to deliver ever more complex device software with shorter release cycles. Additionally, engineers face problems caused by inconsistent development environments with insufficient user documentation, leading to difficulties in programming for their target devices. To be successful, development teams need a reliable platform and tools that provide stable environments to debug complex applications.
This technically-oriented webinar is designed to provide new insights for developers responsible for kernel and driver synchronization with hardware updates, kernel configuration, creation of system images for boards, and kernel/application integration.
A live question-and-answer session will give audience members the opportunity to interact with the presenters and guide the discussion to their areas of interest.
MontaVista Software, Inc. is the leading provider of Linux for intelligent devices and telecommunications infrastructure. MontaVista delivers a commercial-quality Linux operating system, time-saving development tools, expert support, and design and migration services. MontaVista has more than 400 partners, and thousands of companies use MontaVista embedded Linux to add functionality, increase reliability, reduce costs, and accelerate product development. MontaVista has offices in 15 countries.
Ultimate Solutions was founded in 1999 with the vision to provide developers of embedded systems with a single channel to procure a wide spectrum of professional development tools. In 2006, the company created a new division that focuses on the sale of small form factor processor and communications modules. USI’s product lines target the most commonly used general purpose CPUs and programmable DSPs available in the market.
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