An overview of the work being done to support the mezzanine hardware ecosystem. Will cover the tools available, the boards that have already been created, and materials provided to support mezzanine board designers

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We will explain the purpose of the PMWG farm and the current goals we have (e.g. collect power measurements, share reference platforms, monitor power trends of the kernel). We will also address the limitations of our farm and invite everyone to discuss which results should be displayed for further analysis.

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Introduction to CI v2 for AOSP builds. There has been changes on how we have been doing AOSP development in Linaro. It has changed from daily builds to commit based builds. The session will give overview on how we can do all the builds on ci.linaro.org that we did on android-build.linaro.org.

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An update to the state of reference platform kernel and bootloader and a discussion about the patch-inclusion policy. We’ll also cover roadmap plans. Participation is invited if you have ideas on how we can make it easy to use the reference platform kernel for your development projects.

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Session will discuss the design and work done to get S2I working on the qualcomm 410c platform. In addition, session will provide the implementation details/requirements to support suspend to idle on ARM platforms. Show performance numbers for latency and power consumption for S2I vs S2R (if available). Highlight possible improvements to decrease latency for S2I.

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Virtual Open Systems has developed VOSYSwitch, a high-performance user space networking virtual switch solution enabling NFV, based on the open source packet processing framework SnabbSwitch. In this talk, the experience of porting VOSYSwitch from x86 to ARMv8 will be shared, along with the integration of ODP as a driver layer for the available hardware resources. In addition to this presentation, a live demonstration will showcase chained VNFs connected through VOSYSwitch, where an OpenFastPath web server is implemented behind an ODP enabled packet filtering firewall. The targeted platforms are Freescale (NXP) LS2085A and Cavium's ThunderX.

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The linux kernel has two distinct ways of managing idle. The CPUidle framework for CPUs and for all other devices: runtime PM combined with generic power domains (genpd). In addition, CPUidle is not scaling well for multi-cluster SMP systems and heterogeneous systems like big.LITTLE. To better manage idle for modern SoCs with a hierarchical structure, we are exploring extending runtime PM and genpd to CPUs so there is a unified framework for managing idle across all devices.

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