August 20, 2019
Starting tomorrow, Collabora will be exhibiting & speaking at Embedded Linux Conference North America (ELCNA) in San Diego, California. Co-located with the Open Source Summit North America, ELCNA is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using embedded Linux.
If you are planning on attending either conference, make sure to stop by our booth to see what our team has been working on! This year, we'll be showcasing how Panfrost, the open source driver for Arm Mali GPUs, turns a RK3399 SoC (in this case, the versatile ROCK Pi 4), into a very attractive platform to try out Wayland on ARM devices.
Collaborans will also be speaking on eight different occasions over the course of the conference, on topics which include bootstraping a local KernelCI, tracing resource-constrained embedded systems using eBPF, emulating media hardware in the kernel level, a case-insensitive Linux filesystem and more. Read below for details on each talk.
See you in San Diego!
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