Defeat System Bring Up Issues & Optimize IoT Applications

Have you ever encountered a kernel panic? What about mis-alignment or false sharing? None of this sounds good, right? Right. The good news if you’re a systems and IoT developer is that you can avoid these horrific experiences, and others, if you fix your code. Intel® System Studio to the rescue! The Intel® System Studio development tool suite simplifies system bring-up, boosts performance, power efficiency, and reliability for system and IoT device applications.

This webinar covers two case studies in detail—a kernel panic case, and a poorly-performing device feature case—and how Intel® System Debugger (create a breakpoint, stop the processor, debug at the source level in the kernel space) and Intel® VTune™ Amplifier (one of a group of feature-rich analyzers) provide the solutions. Key points covered:

  • How to speed up your development cycle by utilizing Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives, Intel® Math Kernel library, and Intel System Studio Sensor Libraries
  • Power and performance profiling with Intel VTune Amplifier Energy Analysis to measure, debug, and optimize system power consumption
  • Strengthening system reliability and performance improvement by optimizing SSE and SIMD instructions for Intel® architecture
Sean Kim, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

Sean joined Intel in 2005, and is an is an engineering manager of three Intel TCE sites in Korea, Taiwan and Japan. He has worked as a Technical Marketing Engineer (TME) with the Communication Hand-held Group (CHG) and supported OEM customers for 6 years. In 2011, he was a manager of the System Software engineering team with the Mobile Communication Group (MCG), supporting Samsung*/LGE*. Sean earned his Ph.D in Computer Science from Inha University, South Korea.

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