LVC21-317: Modern Modem Support in Linux

Session Abstract

The arrival of the fifth-generation mobile network, known as 5G, promises an even more connected world, with billions of devices, from smartphones to connected vehicles, including network gateways, always-connected laptops, telemedicine machines, IoT gadgets, etc. With Linux being the major OS in the embedded world, Linux support for WWAN modems is more than ever a major topic that will certainly impact industries over this decade. During this presentation, I’ll give a brief state of the art of cellular modem support in Linux, the software stack and its components, and how Linaro, with its partners, contribute to upstream cutting-edge modems support in Linux.

Session Speakers

Loic Poulain

Linaro (Developer Support Engineer)

Software engineer member of the Linaro support and solutions team.

The arrival of the fifth-generation mobile network, known as 5G, promises an even more connected world, with billions of devices, from smartphones to connected vehicles, including network gateways, always-connected laptops, telemedicine machines, IoT gadgets, etc. With Linux being the major OS in the embedded world, Linux support for WWAN modems is more than ever a major topic that will certainly impact industries over this decade. During this presentation, I’ll give a brief state of the art of cellular modem support in Linux, the software stack and its components, and how Linaro, with its partners, contribute to upstream cutting-edge modems support in Linux.

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