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Teemu Virolainen is a senior software engineer at Basemark, a company that develops industry-leading system performance and power consumption analysis tools that are used by leading semiconductor and OEM companies around the world such as AMD, Imagination Technologies, Intel, NVIDIA, Renesas and Qualcomm. Its world-renowned product portfolio includes Basemark Metal, Basemark ES, Basemark X, Basemark OS and Browsermark.  Your new … Continued

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Larry Lapides, VP of sales at Imperas, joins us to talk about software bring up on MIPS using virtual platforms.  Software verification is center-stage today, driving virtual platforms adoption as a mainstream methodology for embedded software development, debug and test. If you haven’t used virtual platforms (software simulation) yet, you may be wondering: How much software can a virtual platform … Continued

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Formerly of Engadget, Forbes and BBC, Sharif Sakr is presently a consultant for XPRIZE and business development director at GameBench. You can follow him on Twitter @shotsheriff. This blog post was inspired by a short but interesting chat with a game developer I met at GameBench’s recent open( London ) event. This developer was in the midst of optimising the … Continued

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James Price is currently completing a PhD degree at the Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol. When developing programs that utilise GPU compute via OpenCL, we can’t use our traditional CPU development tools. This can make debugging complex OpenCL kernels challenging. As part of my PhD, funded by Imagination Technologies, I’ve developed an OpenCL device simulator called Oclgrind, which … Continued

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Last week AngelScript maintainer Andreas Jonsson announced on GameDev.net that the new version of the popular scripting language (2.30.1) added support for MIPS Release 2 CPUs via the Creator CI20 microcomputer. We’ve reached out to Andreas and asked him to provide more details about his work for developers who are interested in using AngelScript for MIPS. If you are interested … Continued

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Maxim Kharchenko is the original author of LING, the alternative implementation of Erlang. Now he is a CTO at Cloudozer, the company that aims to build a better cloud solution using LING. In addition Cloudozer adapts LING/Erlang for MIPS MCUs and other embedded platforms. Why remain in the 70s? If there is an island of stability amid the white waters … Continued

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Michal Toman is a Fedora contributor. After having worked on ABRT (Automatic Bug Reporting Tool) as well as PowerPC and IBM ESA/390 ports of the operating system, he is now bringing Fedora MIPS back to life. During the last months we have been working on a MIPS port of the Fedora operating system. We have picked Fedora 22 as the … Continued

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Larry Lapides, VP of sales at Imperas, joins us to talk about OS bring up on MIPS using virtual platforms. We met Imperas recently at the 2015 Imagination Summit in Santa Clara where the company was demonstrating the latest version of QuantumLeap, a parallel simulation performance accelerator. Linux has become the general purpose operating system of choice for embedded systems, … Continued

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Andy Jolley is senior staff application consultant – worldwide product line lead, FPGA-based prototyping at Synopsys. Andy has been working with FPGA technologies for over 25 years and has been recently supporting customers with their complex CPU SoC and GPU IP prototyping needs on the Synopsys HAPS platforms while also providing support for worldwide engagements to deploy the same SoC … Continued

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