Linaro has been refining the secure storage solution in OP-TEE and in this session the audience will get an update about the current status and also will get to know about the implementation details, design decisions and what algorithms that has been used.
Android doesn’t give application access to hardware over bus interfacing APIs like I2C, SPI, GPIO, UART, etc. This is going to change in future as Android apps needs to work with multiple different devices like sensors, controllers, etc directly to meet the efficiency and speed required. In this presentation we will introduce the APIs, architecture design and a working demo.
The next generation of HP hardware The Machine will be based on new non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, such as memristors. This can radically change system and software design, and enable new style of Big Data processing applications. The speaker will discuss the opportunities in NVM programming and the challenges along the way. A brief overview of current solutions will be presented.
We get lots of questions from members during initial HW design, SW implementation and tuning of PM on their platforms. This session will address some of those questions and make general recommendations for new platforms.