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Imperas to Demonstrate Renesas Device Virtual Platforms at Renesas DevCon 2015

Embedded Software Development, Debug and Test Solutions to be Shown

Oxford, United Kingdom, September 22, 2015 -- Imperas Software Ltd., the leader in high-performance software simulation and virtual platforms, today announced their participation at Renesas DevCon 2015. Highlights will include demonstrations of Imperas embedded software development, debug and test solutions at the Imperas booth in the exhibition area.  The demos will feature virtual platforms for the latest and most popular Renesas devices, including those based on both Renesas proprietary processor cores and those devices based on ARM cores, such as the RCar family and the recently announced Synergy family.

prpl is Pragmatic for Security

Within the prpl Foundation Security Working Group, Imperas is providing solutions for embedded hypervisor/OS developers.

Simon Davidmann, Imperas CEO wrote a guest blog for RTC Magazine. RTC Magazine focusses on Embedded Computing and includes information for both hardware and software developers of embedded systems.

The article is about the security of embedded systems and what the prpl Foundation is doing about it, and what its Security Working Group is focussed on.

Most of the public discussion about security presents various aspects of the problems, or a high level view of risks/solutions, or an individual company’s solution to their slice of the problem. The prpl Foundation’s Security Working Group is taking a pragmatic, cross-functional approach to security in embedded devices and systems.

What do I mean by pragmatic and cross-functional? Let’s start by looking at the two primary...

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Take Five with Warren, Video interview of Simon Davidmann, Imperas

In a recent visit to SIlicon Valley, Simon Davidmann, President and CEO of Imperas, visits the studio to chat with Warren. Simon shares his passion for improving productivity in design and verification, solving problems that engineers care about, and more

To view the video interview follow this link.

 

 

 

Five Questions: Simon Davidmann - Semiconductor Engineering - Ann Steffora Mutschler

Imperas’ CEO discusses challenges with software development and how things need to change.

Ann Steffora Mutschler sat down with Simon Davidmann, Imperas CEO, and discussed what software engineers want, software development challenges, software reuse, and software quality

The discussion was around five questions:

  • What do software engineers want today?
  • What are some of the biggest challenges that software engineers face today?
  • What about the notion of software reuse?
  • How can software be developed with a higher level of confidence that it is of higher quality?
  • What is the measurement of quality in software?

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Imperas Releases Second Generation of Open Virtual Platforms APIs and Adds to Free Model Libraries

Over 150 Fast Processor Models Now Available from the OVP Website

Oxford, United Kingdom, September 9th 2015 - Imperas today announces the release of the second generation of the Open Virtual Platforms™ (OVP™) APIs for building virtual platforms, additional Fast Processor Models, new models for popular peripherals and new Extendable Platform Kits™ (EPKs™).  Open Virtual Platforms is a website for the OVP APIs, for the OVP models and platforms, for the OVPsim simulator and for community discussion of virtual platforms on the OVP Forum.  The OVP APIs are publicly available and not proprietary, and the models and platforms are available under the Apache Open Source License.

New to OVP:

Universities Use Imperas Tools to Address Embedded Systems Research and Teaching Needs

Imperas Provides Free Access to Open Virtual Platforms Models and Imperas Software Development, Debug and Test Tools

Oxford, United Kingdom, August 20, 2015 - Imperas today announced the latest results and participation in the Imperas University Program.  The worldwide Imperas University Program was created to inspire and support the next generation of technologists and innovators. It grants academic and research institutions access to the tools and technology needed to prepare students to meet difficult challenges across embedded software, from development and test, to quality and standards compliance, to security and IoT. Through this program, Imperas software reaches thousands of students and professors worldwide every year. Benefits of membership in the program include access to Imperas virtual platform software, technical support, and more.

The Imperas University Program encourages participation in the embedded systems community in three ways:  use on research projects, use in the classroom, and sharing of virtual platform models through the Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) Library. 

Recent projects, presentations and publications by research groups include:

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