Rapidly developing Linux application segments, including mobile, computing, consumer electronics, networking and automotive are ready for an injection of new innovation around technology solutions such as ARM's big.LITTLE and the new ARMv8 64-bit architecture. Mark discusses the next generation of technology challenges - including virtualization, low-power high-performance and real-time - and explains the latest roadmap of solutions being developed in the open and upstreamed by Linaro.
Engineers at silicon, OEM, ODM and software companies will learn what they should be looking at to prepare for rapidly approaching new technologies and how broad the scope of new opportunities and challenges will be. Mark will draw on his experience, since the earliest days of embedded Linux, to explain why working together is key to the continued success of Linux and accelerated innovation.
Director, Kernel Working Groups, Linaro
Mark Orvek joined Linaro as Director of its Kernel Working Groups in 2012. He has over 20 years of industry experience including leading engineering at MontaVista Software for more than 12 years. During his time at MontaVista, Mark managed the development of key technologies for embedded Linux including real-time, small footprint, fast boot, power management and high availability. Mark holds BS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
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