The On-Chip Interconnect API is included into the Linux kernel since v5.1. The purpose of the talk is to give an introduction of this new framework and explain what are the problems that it solves. The talk will describe how it can be used on modern SoCs to dynamically tune the network-on-chip for the most optimal power consumption and performance. This will include code examples from platform drivers, consumer drivers and device-tree bindings.
Software Engineer (Qualcomm)
Using Linux for 20+ years and contributing to the kernel for 6+ years. Recently working on drivers for Qualcomm SoCs and power management related projects.