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Freescale QorIQ networking devices employ complex packet processing engines, capable of protocol header processing, traffic shaping, prioritization and forwarding without CPU intervention. The offloading capabilities are boosting the performance in traffic forwarding and termination scenarios. Adding also a very large and flexible feature set, the offloading technologies require complex hardware initialization sequences and complex run-time programming techniques.This seminar presents the troubleshooting workflow, the tools and techniques, the counters and other tips that make networking issues investigation easier on both QorIQ eTSEC and DPAA platforms. The main scenarios covered include no connectivity, partial packet loss or performance loss (due to imbalanced CPU processing, kernel upgrades or firmware upgrades). Presented by Du Chen Presented at DwF Digital Networking - Nanjing - 21 May 2015 Session ID: APF-SNT-T1361
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This session will explain how to migrate between the QorIQ T2081 and T1040 communications processor families by achieving hardware and software compatibility. The session will also discuss hardware, software and board-level considerations that exist while migrating between these processors and designing a common board for these processors. Presented by You Peng Presented at DwF Digital Networking - Nanjing - 21 May 2015 Session ID: APF-SNT-T1360
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For 20 years, Freescale has established networking IP and expertise with PowerQUICC and QorIQ processors based on Power Architecture®  technology. In this session, we will discuss the addition of the LS1 family of ARM®-based processors to the QorIQ portfolio and where we are growing the Power Architecture-based portfolio. We will also provide an update on the innovative Layerscape architecture platform and product roadmap for QorlQ LS series. Presented by Lidong Liu Presented at DwF Digital Networking - Nanjing - 21 May 2015 Session ID: APF-SNT-T1046
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Automotive and Connected Car Cost Efficient Solutions with Freescale Microcontollers for Automotive Applications Design, Software and Services Device Tree Made Easy Smart Home and Buildings Wireless and Connected Home of the Future Smart Industry Freescale's View of the Internet of Tomorrow Smart Networks Speed Your Time to Market by Leveraging Freescale’s Software, Tools and Professional Services for QorIQ Development Layerscape Use Cases Freescale Recommendations for Avionic and Defense Applications
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Freescale QorIQ based access point/router is a complete production-ready, Bill of Materials (BOM)-optimized solution that can support single- or dual-radio 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac devices through MiniPCI or Mini PCI Express® interfaces.  Presented by Jason Wang Presented at DwF Taipei - May 7, 2015 Session ID: APF-SNT-T1460
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Design, Software and Services Bootloader Solution for Kinetis MCUs Insight and Innovation Total Sensor Hub and Fusion Solution Smart Home and Buildings Share Design Experience Using i.MX Applications Processors based on ARM® Cortex®-A7 and Cortex-A9 Cores Freescale IoT Solutions - Taipei Freescale Wireless Charging Technology Smart Industry Freescale ARM® Microcontroller Overview Analog Product Introduction Including PMIC, SBC and PowerPC Smart Networks Wireless MCU Product Update QorIQ WLAN Wave-2 EAP Solution Update
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Systems are complex, and increasing complexity does not translate to product differentiation. Extracting the maximum networking performance or battery life requires knowledge of the underlying silicon and software. Developer resources are tight, and shifting the focus to product development above platform development maximizes return on investment. Freescale has deep enablement technology, comprehensive support and a vibrant ecosystem available to assist getting your product to market quickly--sometimes you need more. In this session  we will focus on the software, tools and  professional services offering, including CodeWarrior Integrated Development Tool (IDE), QorIQ Configuration Suite (QCS), QorIQ Optimization Suite (QOS), VortiQa Application software for SDN and Wireless Layer 1 and Professional Software services. Presented by Gino Gatto Presented at DwF Istanbul and Ankara - May 12 and 14, 2015 Session ID: EUF-SNT-T1467
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In order to meet the differing requirements in HetNets, which deploy a mix of radio access technologies and cell sizes to optimally respond to the demand for high-quality mobile broadband services, OEMs need to design the most optimal base station for the different deployment scenarios. This session will provide an in-depth look at the unique features, architecture and capabilities of the QorIQ Qonverge B4860 SoC and the new QorIQ Qonverge B3421 SoC along with its rich ecosystem enabling fast development. The B4860 SoC for large cells delivers an unequaled throughput and capacity by integrating 10 high-performance programmable cores, application-specific accelerators for baseband (MAPLE) and Data Path Acceleration Architecture (DPAA) for backhaul. QorIQ Qonverge B3421 SoC is a highly optimized solution in cost/power for enterprise pico, outdoor pico and metro/micro small cell deployments. Presented by Gino Gatto Presented at DwF Istanbul - May 12, 2015 Session ID: EUF-SNT-T1476
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This session will provide a demonstration of a software-defined networking (SDN) use case that highlights an open vSwitch implementation on QorIQ T4/T2 processors in the cloud with fog/edge nodes using QorIQ P10xx- and T10xx-based gateways. The demonstration will show fail over, load balancing and multi-tenancy. Presented by Sam Siu Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1054
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In this session, we will review the new features available on the QorIQ T4240/T4160 processors. We will cover the new power management features, HiGig, Interlarken, PCI Express® Gen 3 and Data Path Acceleration Architecture (DPAA) enhancements. After completion of this session, you will be more familiar with the new features and should be able to perform the basic debug task with these blocks. Presented by Sam Siu Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1039
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New high-performance WLAN access point, router and gateway solutions addressing the latest IEEE® 801.11ac MU-MIMO features, including a preview of Inteop 2015 demo and add-on service support (AIS based metrics). Presented by Jim Bridgwater Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1049
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For 20 years, Freescale has established networking IP and expertise with PowerQUICC and QorIQ processors based on Power Architecture®  technology. In this session, we will discuss the addition of the LS1 family of ARM®-based processors to the QorIQ portfolio and where we are growing the Power Architecture-based portfolio. We will also provide an update on the innovative Layerscape architecture platform and product roadmap for QorlQ LS series. Presented by Jim Bridgwater Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1046
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OpenSSL is a very popular crypto toolkit and protocol stack, but it isn’t very good at exploiting modern crypto acceleration, like that found in Freescale’s QorIQ communications platform and C29x crypto coprocessor family. This session describes Freescale’s SEC driver integration with standard OpenSSL and optimizations made for RSA and record layer offload. Included is a performance demo of OpenSSL speed test with and without optimizations and HTTPS connection rate on T4240+C29x illustrating splitting offloads between the T4240’s local security engine and an external C29x. Presented by Jim Bridgwater Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1047
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Freescale's Digital Networking products (e.g., QorIQ, QorlQ Qonverge, C29x and Layerscape architecture) incorporate a high-performance cryptosecurity engine called the SEC. In this session, we provide a brief overview of the SEC hardware capabilities, then cover the SEC's programming model, virtualization capabilities and supporting enablement in the SDK, including the SEC Descriptor RunTime Assembler, use within Linux® kernel and user space for IPsec and SSL. Examples will be provided for QorIQ and the C29x public key co-processor. The SEC enablement roadmap for the SDK will also be discussed. Presented by Geoff Waters Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1008
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This session will highlight the differences between the two architectures from the programming model, including overall architecture, instruction set architecture (ISA) and exception handling. After completion of this session, participants should have a good understanding of what is common and how to go about programming with devices based on ARM and Power Architecture technology. Presented by Satoshi Iida Presented at DwF Silicon Valley - March 26, 2015 Session ID: AMF-SNT-T1043
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