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Thursday, June 23 • 2:55pm - 3:35pm
Edge Computing with RISC-V Platforms Running XIP Linux - Vitaly Vul & Maria Vul, Konsulko AB

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RISC-V is a relatively new and completely open-source processor architecture which gained a lot of attention recently. Its existing low cost designs and relatively high computational power make it one of the most promising forefronts of for edge computing in IoT. Linux, on the other hand, is usually perceived as an operating system for data centers, servers and developer PCs. To make it's even more welcome out on the edge, it needs to be cut down in size to fit a wider variety of IoT devices -- preferably, without handicapping its functional richness and flexibility. This is where XIP comes into play. XIP stands for eXecute In Place – a technology that allows code to be executed directly from flash without copying the code to RAM first. It allows to save much on RAM, making it possible to run Linux on such devices as Kendryte K210, which has only 8 MB of SRAM, not only for demonstration purposes but for real applications as well. This talk will cover running edge computing specifically on K210 under Linux with XIP enabled.


Maria Vul

Konsulko AB, QA Engineer
Maria came into the world of Embedded systems rather recently, helping out establish Konsulko AB and doing various testing activities for the company, e. g. in the field of Android CTS testing. Apart from running these and other quality assurance activities in Konsulko AB, Maria also... Read More →

Vitaly Vul

Principal Engineer, Konsulko AB
Vitaly has nearly 20 years of experience in embedded software development. Starting in real-time and critical systems, he moved to Embedded Linux in 2003, making numerous contributions to MTD device drivers and flash file systems. Vitaly was a senior developer for MontaVista Software... Read More →

Thursday June 23, 2022 2:55pm - 3:35pm CDT
Room 201/202 (Level 2)