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2016 Archive:

Timesys Adds LinuxLink 5.0 Yocto Support for the Microchip SAMA5D2-based Xplained Ultra Kit
Dr. Rakesh Thapar Joins Timesys as Chief Technology Officer and Managing Director of 4ES Technologies
Timesys Launches LinuxLink 5.0 Support for the Boundary Devices Nitrogen7
Timesys Expands Relationship with Digi International, Adds Support for the ConnectCore 6 SOM to LinuxLink 5.0
Timesys Releases Fifth-Generation, Award-Winning LinuxLink 5.0 Framework for Yocto Project Development

2015 Archive:

Timesys Expands Qt Support by Joining the Qt Partner Program
Timesys to Support Freescale i.MX 6UltraLite Processor at Launch
Timesys Launches Products, Support and Services for i.MX 6SoloX

2014 Archive:

Timesys Announces Embedded Linux Solutions for Renesas RZ/A Series Microprocessors (MPU)
Timesys Partners with GizmoSphere to Provide Embedded Linux Solution for Gizmo 2 Single-Board Computer
Timesys Selected as Commercial Linux Solutions Partner for Variscite SoM Solutions
Timesys Expands Support for Yocto Project and Freescale® Vybrid™ Controller Solutions
Timesys Releases BSP for Device Solutions’ Quartz SoM for Freescale® Vybrid™ Controller Solutions
Timesys Reinforces Commitment to Yocto Project

2013 Archive:

Timesys and Critical Link Announce Linux Solution for OMAP-L138 DSP + ARM9™ processor-based System-on-Module
PHYTEC and Timesys Announce Embedded Software Solution for Products Designed with phyCORE Vybrid System on Module (SOM)

Timesys Calendar of Events

Below is a listing of upcoming industry events as well as Timesys-specific events. Please check back often as we continuously update this information.

September 2016:


Look for Timesys within the NXP Smarter World Tour Truck booth (Hall 7.2 Booth F120) at ENOVA Paris where we will be showcasing our OpenAMP audio demo on NXP i.MX 7 series application processor. The asymmetric multiprocessing demo features the Cortex-A7 running embedded Linux OS with a Qt 5 audio control UI and the Corex-M4 running FreeRTOS which is running real-time digital audio effects. We’ll also be showcasing our temperature sensor IoT using MQTT demo on the NXP i.MX 6 series applications processor. Our MQTT demo features CPU temperature sensing during OpenCV iris detection.

While you’re there, be sure to sign up for our session titled, “Leveraging Open Source Software Reusability on NXP Processor Based Product Platforms.” This session (EUF-DES-T2291) takes place on Thursday, September 15 at 9:00 am – 10:00 am in the Rose Room.

More information about this event and/or to register.

Arrow Technology Expo / Minneapolis, MN USA
Join us at U.S Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings for this event, and look for us during the Solutions Showcase.

Register for this event.

Arrow University Seminar and Tradeshow / Cleveland, OH USA
Please contact your Arrow representative for information about this event.

Arrow University / Pittsburgh, PA USA
Please contact your Arrow representative for information about this event.

October 2016:

San Francisco, CA USA

Timesys is a Community Sponsor for this year’s event. Check back soon for information about our demo. We hope to see you there!

More information about this event and/or to register.

Timesys is an NXP Proven Partner
Timesys is a member of the Renesas Alliance Partner Program
Timesys is a Platinum Member of the Texas Instruments Design Network
Timesys is a Technology partner of the Qt Company
Timesys is a Yocto Project Participant

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