Category: Foundries.io

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Winsystems with Foundries.io at Embedded World 2022 day2

Posted by Charbax – June 25, 2022

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ST with foundries.io at Embedded World 2022 Livestream day2

Posted by Charbax – June 25, 2022

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Arm at Embedded World 2022 (from my Livestream day2)

Posted by Charbax – June 24, 2022

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NXP at Embedded World 2022 (at 1h57m07s in my Livestream day1)

Posted by Charbax – June 24, 2022

via https://youtu.be/iDftgCh9yW4

ADLINK at Embedded World 2022 (from my Livestream day1)

Posted by Charbax – June 24, 2022

via https://youtu.be/zi3c83M5Kkg

foundries.io Embedded World 2022 Booth Tour

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2022

via https://youtu.be/06yHUXN2YNA

Full Embedded World 2020 video coverage 40+ videos uploading now, Members get early access first

Posted by Charbax – March 4, 2020

The most awesome videos from Embedded World #ew20 are uploading now. Will be published at the rate of about 2 videos per day over the next 3 weeks, but $5/month members at http://youtube.com/charbax/join can watch all the unedited videos already at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvjNMXXqLA9PMBOZau8-Yx1J starting tomorrow (just need to complete uploading) thanks for your support!

Filmed at Embedded World 2020, watch all my Embedded World 2020 videos in this playlist here

FoundriesFactory Linux microPlatform with Foundries.io CTO Tyler Baker, demo of secure Edge update

Posted by Charbax – December 8, 2019

FoundriesFactory cloud infrastructure tool to customize own embedded distributions updated over the air, devices in the field, deliver Docker apps securely to any registered devices, provides turn-key services to develop, secure, deploy and maintain embedded, IoT or Edge product. Life long open source maintainers and contributors offering a solution to fragmented embedded software, an open platform which implements standards throughout. The goal being to enable product developers to build upon a common software base, and provide tooling to accelerate time to market. Secure Reference implementations for securing software using hardware root of trust, Custom Each factory provides a private space for product development Updatable Create and deploy incremental updates for your platform or applications FoundriesFactory Build on top of the Linux microPlatform using their infrastructure to manage the development, testing, deployment and maintenance of your next product. Foundries.io vision is to deliver an open, customizable, secure OS and firmware platform for an IoT/Edge product’s lifetime. Aiming for cross-industry adoption, with no lock-in, use industry standards and a new business model to disrupt the status quo of the fragmented IoT device market. Foundries maintains two free open source microPlatform distributions - one for SoCs running Linux, and one for microcontrollers using the Zephyr RTOS The commercial FoundriesFactory cloud service enables customers to tailor Linux to their own hardware, IP and use case, and to securely deploy and maintain software for their IoT and Edge devices over their product lifetimes Foundries.io business model FoundriesFactory has an annual subscription business model, priced per product. There are no per unit royalties, per transaction or per update fees For start-ups and small companies they offer a 50% discount for the FoundriesFactory for the first two years user can stop subscription at any time and will retain all the source code for product up to that time with no lock-in hardware support FoundriesFactory supports any hardware that can run Linux. It is specifically designed to enable customization to your own hardware and use case. For getting started we support a range of standard development boards for Arm, Intel and RISC-V.

Linux microPlatform, secure IoT updates with Foundries.io and Toradex

Posted by Charbax – October 13, 2018

At Linaro Connect Vancouver 2018, Foundries.io and Toradex discuss Linux microPlatform, what microPlatform is and how it helps Toradex to build their next generation Software Platform.

Linux microPlatform is an open source, minimal, secure, updatable Operating System based on OpenEmbedded / Yocto Project. Toradex ports the microPlatform to its Arm-based System on Modules and it uses it as the basis for its future Software Planform called Torizon.

Linux microPlatform modularized the embedded software stack utilizing Docker Containers, and so it provides a robust and simple to update platform. It includes a secure Uptane-compliant over-the-air update solution using OSTree.

Founderies.io provides continuous updates to Linux microPlatform, as they believe the latest software is the most secure software.

Toradex also elaborates on its plans to simplify developers’ lives with its Torizon platform leveraging Linux microPlatforms, such as simplifying application development, enabling a modern DevOps workflow and easing migration from Windows-based systems.

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Zephyr Project with Linaro, Open Source Foundries, Nordic, Intel, Bluetooth Mesh demos

Posted by Charbax – March 8, 2018

The Zephyr Project is a scalable real-time operating system (RTOS) supporting multiple hardware architectures with more than 82 development boards supported already, with additional hardware support being added regularly, optimized for resource constrained devices, and built with security in mind. The Zephyr Project wants to be the open source "Linux of Embedded". Zephyr Project members include Linaro and the Open Source Foundries, Intel, NXP, Synopsys, Nordic Semiconductor, DeviceTone, runtime.io, Texas Instruments, Oticon and more. This video features functional prototype devices using the Zephyr kernel, including a functional Bluetooth Mesh network, a low energy Bluetooth controller, and an OpenThread demo. Other demos include the World’s first Bluetooth 5.0 qualified, open source low energy Bluetooth Controller that features open source code from Application to Radio, a BlueZ Bluetooth Host stack, a Zephyr kernel, low energy link layer, OS Host Controller Interface, the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52, and the Arm Cortex M4F + Bluetooth 5 and Radio SoC. This demo will take a closer look at the different layers that make up a full BLE protocol stack helps explain this capability. Bluetooth Mesh in action on BBC micro:bit boards available since Zephyr OS v1.9 showcases the many-to-many BLE communication, how every node can be a relay and the user interface. A functional Bluetooth Mesh Network with Lightweight Machine to Machine Device Management showcases the Cloud Device Management System using Linux-based IoT gateways and Zephyr-based IoT devices for real-world project prototypes and smart objects. A demonstration of OpenThread integration, benefits from the Zephyr infrastructure and how it works with Nordic nRF52840 and OpenThread 6loWPAN Thread Stack. The flow of IP traffic is handled seamlessly by both the Zephyr native IP stack and OpenThread: 802.15.4 traffic received by radio driver is forwarded to the OpenThread stack, where it is processed by the 802.15.4 MAC, 6loWPAN and IPv6 layers implemented in OpenThread.