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Wednesday, April 6 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Linux and Real-Time Java for IoT - Randy Rorden, PTC Inc.

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The Linux OS has been steadily displacing Real-Time Operating Systems on embedded devices for the past decade. Now Linux has become the de-facto OS of intelligent “edge” devices in the Internet of Things. The combination of low cost, reliability and availability of software and drivers makes Linux a smart choice for IoT startups and established vendors alike. The Java language further reduces time to market and increases reliability and the OSGi framework adds software components and over-the-network updates. A Linux+Java+OSGi software stack is a compelling solution for many IoT products, but it faces some challenges. An important issue is response to time-critical events. This talk will discuss how an embedded real-time Java VM can achieve sub-millisecond response times on Linux for IoT gateways and edge devices.

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Randy Rorden

Software Development Director, PTC Inc.
Randy Rorden has been developing embedded real-time Java technologies at PTC Inc. and predecessor companies for 16 years. He has 30 years of experience developing UNIX systems, disk array technologies, mobile communications, and peer-to-peer networking software. He has a BSEE in Electrical Engineering and holds patents in computer architecture and high-speed digital communications.


Wednesday April 6, 2016 10:00am - 10:50am
Harbor Ballroom E

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