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Flying the Zephyr kite with Beagleboards

By March 4, 2024No Comments

Zephyr RTOS has had its popularity amongst the MCU world for long, but now it’s also starting to make it’s way onto complex heterogeneous SOCs with multiple cores like TI K3 family of chips. There have been efforts to get Zephyr to run on the cortex M4 and R5 cores of K3 devices, however not without their fair share of challenges. This talk will try to cover what has been upstreamed so far in TI K3 SOCs and also the work that remains and future scope.

A talk by Dhruva Gole, Embedded Software Engineer, Texas Instruments, from Zephyr Meetup Bangalore, Feb. 23, 2024

Benjamin Cabé