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Tuesday, February 21 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Exporting Virtual Memory as dmabuf - Nikhil Devshatwar, Texas Instruments

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Exporting virtual memory as dmabuf (Nikhil Devshatwar, Texas Instruments) - For sharing buffers across different drivers, dmabuf is introduced. In this presentation, Nikhil will discuss some of the challenges faced in integrating some of the legacy drivers and RTOS applications with Linux. He has a proposed solution to solve these problems using a simple approach. He will discuss on the concept, implementation, advantages and security concerns with respect to this solution.

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Nikhil Devshatwar

Software Design Engineer, Texas Instruments
Nikhil Devshatwar is a Linux kernel developer at Texas Instruments India Pvt Ltd. He mainly works on embedded Linux kernel drivers for camera and video subsystem. Nikhil is also involved in Base port support for the different automotive chips. He has been working on different kernel frameworks for the past 4 years and his expertise include device tree, I2C, V4L2 and DRM frameworks. Currently he is working on integration of RTOS automotive... Read More →



Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Atrium Ballroom

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