Category Archives: NEWS & EVENTS
MapuSoft will be exhibiting at Design West 2013 in San Jose, CA from April 22nd – 25th. Register for a free expo pass here and be sure to visit us at booth #730!
Raj Johnson, President & CEO of Mapusoft, talks to Dilin Anand and Ashwin Gopinath of EFY, about the recent advances in virtualisation. He also gives an idea about the market structure for this field. Click here to watch the interview
MapuSoft’s Kumaravel Pandurangan, Director of Operations for MapuSoft India, was recently interviewed in an article for EFY Times titled “MapuSoft Offers Unique Embedded Software Re-use Expertise” Click here to read the full article
MapuSoft would like to congratulate the lucky winner of the drawing held at our booth during ESC Bangalore: Mr.Sathish Kumar Bidwaik Senior Executive -Technology Crompton Greaves Limited Mr. Bidwaik has won a HCL Touchpad Tablet PC!
Mobile, AL, Feb. 2nd, 2011 – MapuSoft is pleased to announce its new collaboration with Freescale Semiconductor’s (NYSE: FSL) MQX software solutions. This alliance brings an optimized version of the OS Changer Porting Kit for MQX RTOS on Freescale platforms.OS … Continue reading
Many embedded developers use Linux in their projects. In fact, our last article highlighted the Advantages of Moving to Linux However, some developers are feeling additional pressure to get a performance increase from their embedded Linux operating system. To achieve … Continue reading
In this two part article we will look at the differences between porting and abstracting code with the purpose of helping you understand why and when to use each method. In the case where you need your code to execute … Continue reading
It is imperative for industrial applications to be stable, for both safety and performance reasons. However, applications for industrial components tend to have a long life cycle and see many changes to the underlying platform that can create instability. For … Continue reading
Linux has the simple and elegant design of the UNIX OSs, which guarantees a very stable, robust and secure system. Linux is also an Open Source project, meaning that the source code of the operating system is freely available to … Continue reading
Click here to view the video: Challenges in Porting Embedded Applications