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The final day of Embedded World saw prpl involved in three presentations.
First, Jack Greenbaum of Green Hills Software joined Cesare Garlati to talk about “Embedded Hypervisors: Hype or Reality?”
In the next session in the same track, Shoi Egawa from Seltech joined Cesare to speak about Benchmarking Hypervisors.
Finally, we ended our day joined by Geert-Jan Schrijen from IntrinsicID.
As well as the sessions, several of our presenters joined us for a short interview on their talk subject. Some of these interviews were recorded, and all will be shared online in the upcoming days!
We want to thank our presenters again, as well as those of you who joined us for the talks on Thursday. We’re looking forward to seeing you all there next year!
We had a very successful day at Embedded World today, with presentations from Luka Perkov of Sartura, and Michael Hohmuth and Adam Lackorzynski from Kernkonzept.
Luka, one of the core developers of OpenWrt, led a class on how to build a linux embedded system in 30 minutes.
In our second session Michael Hohmuth and Adam Lackorzynski led us in a live hacking session about Hardware-enforced Virtualization of a Linux Home Gateway.
We had a lot of very insightful comments and questions from the session attendees and we’re looking forward to our three talks tomorrow, Thursday March 1st.
13:30 – 14:00
Embedded Hypervisors: Hype or Reality?
14:30 – 15:00
Benchmarking Embedded Hypervisors Performance – the Facts
15:30 – 16:00
Physically Unclonable Functions to the Rescue: A New Way to Establish Trust in Silicon
Prpl’s security expert Cesare Garlati will be presenting at Embedded World conference, taking place in just under two weeks on February 27 – March 1 at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg in Nuremberg, Germany.
Way to go Intrinsic ID team!
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January 2018 prpl Perspectives!