Jakob Engblom

Ingeniero en administración de productos

Jakob Engblom es ingeniero de administración de productos para la herramientas de plataforma virtual Simics*. Ha trabajado con herramientas de simulación y programación durante las últimas dos décadas, centrándose en software de bajo nivel, sistemas integrados e Internet de las cosas. Está investigando cómo la simulación en todas sus formas se puede utilizar para mejorar el desarrollo de software y sistemas, desde los nodos de IoT más pequeños hasta los servidores más grandes. Sus intereses profesionales también incluyen los sistemas paralelos y multicore, la arquitectura informática, la ciberseguridad, la elaboración de modelos específicos por dominio y la productividad de los programadores. 

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Additional Notes about Temporal Decoupling

Last month, I presented a paper about temporal decoupling in virtual platforms at the DVCon Europe 2018 conference. Temporal decoupling is a key technology in virtual platforms, and can speed up the execution of a system by several orders...

Intel Talks at Embedded Conference Scandinavia: Embedded Agile via Simulation

The Embedded Conference Scandinavia 2018 takes place in Kista, Sweden on November 6 and 7. I will give talk about how you can use simulation technology to get more agility into the development of embedded systems. It is about using...

Intel Talks about Temporal Decoupling (and More) at DVCon Europe

On October 24-25 in München, technical experts from around the world will gather at the Design and Verification Conference and Exhibition (DVCon Europe) to share the latest developments in electronic design automation (EDA) languages,...

The Early Days of Simics – An Interview with Bengt Werner

This is close to the 20th birthday of Simics as a commercial product, and in this blog post we take a look back at what happened before Simics went commercial. The product was officially launched in late June 1998. At that point, the code had been...

See Intel Simulation Tools at the DAC 2018

The 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC) is coming up in San Francisco on June 24 to 28. Intel will be at the exhibition (June 25 to 27), showing and demonstrating our system modeling and simulation solutions: Intel® CoFluent™...

What is this Simics “fulprompt,” Anyway?

 
Non-copyrighted screen capture from YouTube

Every software team has its legends about spectacular mistakes, crazy users, and customer calls with strange questions. This is the story of one such legendary call from the early days of...

Intentional and Accidental Fault Injection in Virtual Platforms

When building a virtual platform, the focus tends to be on the nominal operation of the system (as they say in the automotive and aerospace industries). Making sure the virtual platform implements the functionality of the system correctly so that...

1000 Machines in a Simulation

This is the second “Wind River® Simics® at 20” blog featuring feats from the past and how they reflect into current technology and best practices.

A “kilo-machine”

Back in 2004, Simics was being developed by the startup company...

Running “Large” Software on Wind River® Simics® Virtual Platforms, Then and Now

This is the first of a series of posts that will look at the past, present, and future of Wind River® Simics® virtual platforms. In 2018, it is 20 years since its commercial launch as a product. At the time back in 1998, Simics was marketed by a...

Embedded World: Getting Agile with Simulation

I have a show floor talk at the upcoming Embedded World in Nurnberg, the world’s premier “Embedded” show. At 10.00, on February 27, I will present “Getting Agile in Embedded Development using Simulation” in Hall 3. This talk is about how...

Simulation Plays in the Gartner Top Ten Tech Trends for 2018

Image used with permission from Gartner.com

 

Simulation Plays in the Gartner Top Ten Tech Trends for 2018 The analyst firm Gartner has published a list of their “Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends” for 2018. The list contains a...

Using Wind River® Simics® to Inspire Teachers in Costa Rica


Fernando Molina, Intel Costa Rica intern

It is often said that you do not know something for real until you have taught it to someone else. Recently, I had the delightful experience of working through such...

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