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Optimizing a constrained embedded application

  • Learn how to use features like Event Recorder, stack watermarking and the System Analyzer to optimize an application running on the K32L2A4S, a constrained Arm Cortex-M0+ based device.

How to design an embedded GUI for future migration between MCU and MPU

  • When designing an embedded system with an MCU, one of the hardest tasks for an engineering team is deciding on the type of “brains” their new electronic product really requires. While there are really only two (and some in between) choices to choose from, the decision made can influence (and constrain) future GUI decisions.  

Memory Optimization Considerations for Embedded GUIs (part 1)

  • Understanding and accounting for the different memory requirements of your embedded graphics application is critical. Your choice of system-level memory (heap, stack, static code), and hardware level can not only impact graphics performance, but also compromise the user experience, and thus market success of your embedded UI.

Optimizing Image Graphic Memory in Embedded GUIs (part 2)

  • Thomas Fletcher, Co-Founder and VP of R&D, talks on the specific use case of building rich UIs populated with images and graphics and how you can get all of the resources to fit in your embedded system in our Embedded GUI Expert Talks with Crank Software. Or as Thomas likes to summarize as “making good computer memory and image choices”. 

Insyde Software uplifts Firmware Security with Platform Firmware Resiliency

  • Insyde® Software, a leading provider of UEFI BIOS and systems management software, today announced that its products, InsydeH2O® UEFI BIOS, and Supervyse® management firmware now supports the latest NIST SP 800-193 compliant (PFR) Platform Firmware Resiliency guidelines. This will help enable Insyde Software’s customers to
    design more secure platforms that are hardened against the increasing amounts of malicious and potentially destructive malware attacks.