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Dan Gross

With over 28 years of experience in leading-edge technology, Dan has held developer and lead roles at various companies in Silicon Valley. He has been with AWS for over 3 years working in the IoT space to help reduce friction and accelerate time to market for builders. Focused on FreeRTOS and embedded devices interacting with cloud services, Dan is passionate about delivering a great developer experience for IoT.

Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) with FreeRTOS and Raspberry Pi Pico

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Recently, semiconductor companies have been producing microcontrollers with multiple compute cores. Although FreeRTOS has supported Asymmetric Multiprocessing for years, only recently has it started supporting Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP). SMP support in the FreeRTOS Kernel enables one instance of the FreeRTOS kernel to schedule tasks across multiple identical processor cores, which is helpful for IoT applications. This session will showcase the FreeRTOS Raspberry Pi Pico port to demonstrate support for SMP in the FreeRTOS Kernel. The Raspberry Pi Pico board uses the RP2040 microcontroller from Raspberry Pi that features a Dual-core ARM Cortex M0+ processor.

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Live Q&A - Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) with FreeRTOS and Raspberry Pi Pico

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Live Q&A with Dan Gross for the theatre talk titled Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP) with FreeRTOS and Raspberry Pi Pico

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