RidgeRun is pleased to announce support for the TI DM385 processor with our RidgeRun Linux SDK. This is a great processor for media based applications and is ideal for IP based camera solutions. RidgeRun support is starting with the Fossilshale SBC board:
RidgeRun has support for the MIPI camera interface as well as all the other I/O features on this board.
We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of the new SDK for the Zedboard, a development kit based on the Xilinx Zynq® -7000 All Programmable SoC. Now all the power of the ARM Cortex™ - A9 and the flexibility of the FPGA design are integrated on a single SoC and supported by the RidgeRun SDK simplifying your development cycle.
Our integration involves using the Xilinx tools to create
RidgeRun is proud to announce the Open Source firmware deployment utility OpenFD. Designed for u-boot and embedded Linux based devices, OpenFD simplifies deploying the key software components - pre-bootloader, u-boot bootloader, u-boot environment variables, Linux kernel, Linux kernel command line, and the target file system from the host computer used to create those components to the target
The DSP Framework is a set of Makefile based classes integrated into the RidgeRun SDK simplifying the process of creating,compiling, and deploying DM8168 and DM8148 DSP algroithms. DSP Framework supports ARM / DSP interaction, simplifying the offload of ARM intensive audio / video algorithms to the DSP. The RidgeRun GStreamer DSP wrapper plugin allows your DSP audio or video processing algorithm to
RidgeRun’s upcoming SDK release supports recording two 1080P streams at 30 frames per second. A combination of a tuned Ext4 filesystem and a tuned kernel’s Virtual Memory subsystem, allows a system to handle the huge amount of input data resulting from capturing two 1080P streams and writing them to a high-speed SD card.