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Thursday, February 9 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Advantages in Coexistence of AGL and RTOS Based Accelerator Subsystems on the Heterogeneous SoC Architecture - Karthik Ramanan, Texas Instruments

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Advantages in coexistence of AGL and RTOS based accelerator subsystems on the heterogeneous SoC architecture (Karthik Ramanan, Texas Instruments) - Modern SoCs, such as the TI Jacinto6, are based on very powerful heterogeneous architecture. The true power of the solution lies in the methods by which these heterogeneous cores in the SoC can be harnessed by the Linux subsystem. On the AGL UCB 3.0, Texas Instruments has enabled these RTOS based accelerator subsystems that can be used to offload a bulk of the work to the heterogeneous cores, thereby enabling the Linux to perform more work. This talk will focus on what acceleration has been enabled and how this can be used to enable various usecases such Graphics, Multimedia and Radio.

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Karthik Ramanan

Texas Instruments
Working as a Senior Technical Lead in the Automotive Processors Group at Texas Instruments.Involved in the solution architecture and definition of TI's AGL enablement across various SoCs. Main areas of expertise is Graphics, Multimedia, Connectivity and overall system definition.



Thursday February 9, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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