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Thursday, May 1 • 9:00am - 9:50am
The Growth of Android in Embedded Systems - Benjamin Zores, Alcatel-Lucent

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Linux has continuously grown in the embedded systems market for over a decade, gaining market share from proprietary operating systems. The proliferation of embedded devices, the explosion of open source development, the inherent hardware support, the incredible networking capabilities and the royalty-free economic model have all helped propel use of the Linux kernel into one of the best choices for the design of new embedded systems.

While the success of Linux in the embedded market cannot be denied, its notoriety was once confined to mostly technical professionals. That changed in 2008 with Google’s release of the Android mobile phone operating system, based on the Linux kernel. Thus began the tremendous growth of Linux in the consumer world, with over one million Android devices being activated every day and more than 1 billion devices shipped in 2013.

One year after the warmly welcomed Linux Foundation's white-paper and webinar, "The Growth of Android in Embedded Systems" comes back as a keynote, targeting any IT professional willing to consider selecting Android or sticking to a regular Linux distribution for its next-generation embedded system design.

One year after the warmly welcomed Linux Foundation's white-paper and webinar, "The Growth of Android in Embedded Systems" comes back as a keynote, targeting any IT professional willing to consider selecting Android or sticking to a regular Linux distribution for its next-generation embedded system design.  
Speakers

Benjamin Zores

Software Architect, Alcatel-Lucent
As a software architect for Alcatel-Lucent, Ben has been designing embedded Linux devices for 10+ years, leading enterprise-grade Linux/Android multimedia IP phones conception. His area of expertise mostly covers low-level devices and platforms definition, board bring-up and drivers development, though his real passion comes from reverse-engineering the software architecture of operating systems as to understand what's beneath the hood. Prior from that, Ben was also most known for his OpenSource...
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Thursday May 1, 2014 9:00am - 9:50am
Blossom Hill I & II

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