Join QNX Software Systems for a one-hour webinar at 2:00 PM EST on February 22, 2006 and realize the benefits of Intel multi-core processors in their embedded applications. The seminar will describe Intel dual-core processors including processor and cache architecture, interrupts and execution environments.
DATE: February 22, 2006 (Wednesday)
TIME: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
DURATION: 1 hour
Compared to conventional uniprocessor chips, multi-core processors offer significantly greater concurrency, system density, and performance per watt. This evolution to multi-core architecture can help developers lower costs while providing greater flexibility to deliver innovative solutions to customers. For example, in many embedded applications with Intel dual core processors it is possible to run real-time tasks on dedicated execution cores, unencumbered from other tasks that would otherwise compete for CPU resources.
This seminar will help developers realize the benefits of Intel multi-core processors in their embedded applications. The seminar will describe Intel dual-core processors including processor and cache architecture, interrupts and execution environments. Technical experts will discuss proven strategies and techniques for maximizing application performance by distributing software tasks across multiple CPU cores. The benefits and tradeoffs of several multiprocessing models (AMP, SMP, BMP), and tools for troubleshooting and optimizing multi-core systems will also be discussed.
This webcast will be useful for those developers/system architects who are planning to use or who are considering using multi-core technology in their designs. It will last for a full hour with Q&A. There are no prerequisites for this webcast.
Please note that you only need to provide your registration information, if you are attending the QNX web seminar for the first time. If you attended one of the QNX web seminars before, simply click the 'Register for the Webcast' button:http://seminar2.techonline.com/s/qnxgr3_feb2206.
This seminar will be archived, and you are welcome to view it any time after February 9, 2006. To view the archived presentation, visit http://seminar2.techonline.com/s/qnxgr3_feb2206 (via the registration page).
* P3 450 MHz Pentium Processor
* 128 MB of RAM (256 MB Recommended)
* Windows 98, Me, NT, 2000
* Internet Explorer ver. 5.01, 5.5 or 6.0 with Windows Media Player ver. 6.4, 7, 8 or 9 or RealPlayer 7, 8 or RealOne Player
* Windows XP requires Internet Explorer version 6.0 with Windows Media Player ver. 6.4, 7, 8 or 9 or RealPlayer 7, 8 or RealOne Player
* Netscape Navigator ver. 4.6 or 4.7x with RealOne Player
* 16-bit sound card and speakers
* 65K color video card
* 56K modem
* Mac is not supported
* Pop-up Blockers must be turned off.
* Windows XP requires Internet Explorer version 6.0. Netscape is not supported on Windows XP.