Tag Archives: Omer Kilic

  • Cloud, Distributed, Embedded: Erlang in the Heterogeneous Computing World – Omer Kilic
    2014-05-22 Erlang Central

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    The future of computing will be heterogeneous and the traditional tools we are used to will not be able to handle the different paradigms required when developing for these systems. This talk will provide a brief overview of heterogeneous computing and discuss how Erlang can help with the orchestration of different processing platforms, using our latest experiment on the Parallella platform as a case study. This talk will also introduce Erlang/ALE, our new framework for embedded systems and p ...


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  • Taking Back Embedded: The Erlang Embedded Framework
    2013-03-18 Erlang Central

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    Erlang was originally designed to control telephony switches at Ericsson which, by definition, are embedded systems. Somewhere along the line the application area changed dramatically and now Erlang is being used to tackle challenges which involve gratuitous amount of parallelism and “The Cloud”.The Internet of Things is the physical extension of cloud which describes how everyday objects around us will become sources of data that will transform our daily lives. Analysts forecast the number ...


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  • Erlang Embedded – Concurrent Blinkenlights and More!
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    Managing the resources and utilising the increasingly popular multicore and heterogeneous aspects of modern embedded systems require new sets of tools and methodologies that differ from the traditional 'C/C++' flow.Erlang provides features that are highly relevant to solve these issues and yet it is pretty much unknown in the embedded domain -- which is surprising considering that it was originally designed for embedded applications at Ericsson!Talk objectives: This talk aims to provide an overv ...


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