LVC21F-313 A firmware journey through standards to Arm SystemReady certification

Session Abstract

Level: Intermediate The Arm SystemReady compliance certification program defines standards for hardware and firmware to enable off-the-shelf operating systems to just work on Arm devices. This presentation showcases recent Arm SystemReady ES certification effort for Marvell Octeon TX2 based devices. We will cover the standardized UEFI and ACPI firmware development using the open source TianoCore and TrustedFirmware projects. We will also highlight the test and certification procedure, as well as learned lessons and best practices for building SystemReady compliant systems.

Session Speakers

Marcin Wojtas

Head of Engineering in Semihalf (Semihalf)

Head of Engineering in Semihalf. Passionate about embedded software and hardware. Contributor to a number of the open source projects, including Linux kernel, Tianocore EDK2 and TF-A. FreeBSD committer.

Samer El-Haj-Mahmoud

System Architect, Arm (Arm)

Samer El-Haj-Mahmoud is a Sr. Principal Architect at Arm, working on Arm SystemReady and firmware architecture. He is a contributor to industry standards such as UEFI, ACPI, CXL, and DMTF Redfish, as well as the TianoCore open source firmware project.

Level: Intermediate The Arm SystemReady compliance certification program defines standards for hardware and firmware to enable off-the-shelf operating systems to just work on Arm devices. This presentation showcases recent Arm SystemReady ES certification effort for Marvell Octeon TX2 based devices. We will cover the standardized UEFI and ACPI firmware development using the open source TianoCore and TrustedFirmware projects. We will also highlight the test and certification procedure, as well as learned lessons and best practices for building SystemReady compliant systems.

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