Improving Performance of Key External Projects Used in Android - Khasim Syed Mohammed, Linaro
In an Android distribution, there are more than 150 external community projects (the “external” folder) that are used to address key software and tools requirements for Android mobile. These projects are common for both Android and other Linux distributions and are generically maintained by not depending directly on any SOC specific hardware accelerator feature. The Android user experience also depends on some of these projects, for example: SQLite. At Linaro we have analyzed these external projects and are in the process of improving few of these projects for better performance on Android mobile. We would like to leverage this opportunity to meet with the Android community and review our analysis, discuss more new possibilities, share experiences and finally find a common forum where we could discuss these issues further and try to find portable solutions and upstream.
Tech Lead for Android Engineering, Linaro
Khasim Syed Mohammed is Tech Lead for Android Engineering at Linaro. At Linaro, he and his team are involved in enabling Android on next generation ARM architecture, solving shared and legacy problems in Android for ARM SOCs and finding out performance bottlenecks in Android and address the same with generic solution. Khasim has more than 12 years of rich experience on Linux distributions, Kernel & device drivers for ARM SoCs. Before joining Linaro he was working at Texas Instruments as... Read More →
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