Ask an Expert: Using Embedded Linux with Intel® SoC FPGAs

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Session 1: Wednesday, July 21, 2021
10am-11am PDT / 17:00-18:00 GMT

Session 2: Thursday, July 22, 2021
8:00am - 9:00am, India Standard Time

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Using Embedded Linux on Intel® SoC FPGAs

Join us to get your questions answered by an Intel expert!
This is your chance to come ask an expert about Using Embedded Linux with Intel® SoC FPGAs. This is an interactive session where you can come and get answers to questions, or interact with other like-minded designers who are using Embedded Linux on Intel SoC FPGAs. It doesn’t matter what level you’re at! If you’re new to embedded development on Intel SoC FPGAs, come and find out more. If you’ve been developing embedded SoC FPGA solutions for a while, come ask some of those detailed questions you’ve been wanting answered. This is an opportunity to explore Using Embedded Linux on Intel SoC FPGAs together.

Note: The session will be conducted in English.

What we can talk about in th Ask an Expert session.
Ask an Expert about the various Linux* OS options available for Intel® SoC FPGAs with integrated Arm* Cortex* processors. You may have questions about the software development flow needed to create a Linux OS applications, or want to know the details on the various versions of Linux OS supported including latest stable kernel, long term support initiative (LTSI), and LTSI with real time patches. We can talk about building the software pieces needed using the meta-altera BSP recipe layer with either the Angstrom or Yocto distributions layers, or discuss the tools and platforms used in the process including the RocketBoards community portal, Git, the Open Embedded build framework and device trees. Whatever you would like to know about come to this Ask an Expert session with questions!

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Meet Your Experts

Susannah Martin

Susannah Martin is a senior applications engineer in the customer training group for Intel FPGAs, FPGA high-level tools, as well as SoC related content. Prior to becoming a trainer, she worked as an FPGA design engineer, embedded programmer, and field applications engineer.

Rod Frazer

Rod Frazer has been an Embedded Technology Specialist FAE with Intel PSG for over 20 years and has over 35 years of industry experience in the embedded systems hardware and software development space. Rod primarily supports customers in the eastern half of the US and Canada as well as customers around the world. Rod has supported customer designs with the Nios II processor, SoC based FPGA devices and all of the Intel FPGA tools for embedded development including Platform Designer, System Console, Quartus, TimeQuest, SignalTap, as well as various embedded software development and debug tools for Intel FPGA devices. Rod has helped customers create effective hardware and software architectures that deploy Intel FPGA solutions with minimal risk and development cycles.

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