Leveraging Software Power on a System-in-Package platform
Join ST and Authorized Partners Witekio & Octavo Systems for a one-hour webinar that will help OEMs & Smart Device manufacturers leverage software power on a System in Package platform.
Broadcasted on Thursday, October 21st 2021
Hosted by Witekio, an ST Authorized Partner, this webinar brings together several experts from ST, Witekio, and Octavo Systems, who will explain how to leverage software power to save time and reduce product development costs.
Who should attend?
- Project Managers who want to ease the customer app ports thanks to outstanding technologies
- R&D Managers who are actively developing smart devices
- IT Managers who want to optimize their platforms by combining technologies
What you will learn:
- How to gain market share within the embedded market
- What are the key advantages of the SIP
- How to facilitate the customer app port thanks to the Debian distro on top of the STM32MP1 based SiP
- What are the benefits of the STM32MP1 MPU
- STM32MP1 overview
- Advantages of the SIP
- Debian Adaptations
- Q&A session
Mike handles Product Marketing for Microcontrollers and Microprocessors in ST’s Americas region. Mike has been with ST since 2001 and has held several marketing and engineering roles in ST's Digital Product Group and Consumer Business Unit. Prior to ST, Mike worked at various communications and digital video technology companies.
Neeraj is an experienced Applications Engineer at Octavo Systems. He has spent his career designing a variety of embedded systems and developing embedded software and firmware. Neeraj works closely with Octavo Systems’ customers to help them bring their projects to reality with System-in-Package technology. Neeraj earned his B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology) in Electronics and Communications Engineering from The LNM Institute of Information Technology, India and an MS in Electrical Engineering from Rice University.
Raphaele has been working for Witekio for 8 years now. She worked in different offices such as Frankfurt and Paris before moving to Seattle early last year. She started working on Windows Embedded before moving on to Linux embedded development and low-level applications.