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Thursday, October 13 • 12:15 - 13:05
Enabling IoT OSs for Intel Quark MCU platforms: The Fast Way - Andre Guedes, Intel

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The IoT wave has brought several software stacks such as Zephyr, Contiki, RIOT, Mynewt, and OpenThread which implement key IoT requirements. To enable these stacks on new hardware, developers must have a deep understanding of SoC details (e.g. how to configure and manage I/O controllers), demanding a high learning curve. Recently, Intel released QMSI, an Open Source project, which provides several features such as device drivers libraries, linker scripts, bootstrap code, and newlib syscalls. That functionality can be easily reused in order to fast enable Intel Quark MCU support on IoT-driven software stacks. This talk aims to provide an overview on the QMSI project, discuss how Zephyr and Contiki OSs are currently integrating with QMSI, and how other software stacks can reuse it to leverage Intel Quark MCU platforms support.

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Andre Guedes

Software Engineer, Intel
Andre Guedes is a software developer with background in embedded systems, device drivers, Linux kernel, and connectivity technologies. Currently, he is working on enabling IoT software stacks on Intel Quark MCU platforms. He is an active contributor to the QMSI and Zephyr OS projects and has developed the Contiki OS port for Galileo and Quark D2000 platforms. Also, he is a former contributor to the BlueZ project and has spoken on events such as... Read More →


Thursday October 13, 2016 12:15 - 13:05
Salon 1 Moskau - Ground Level

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