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
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.
Ridgerun SDK for iMX6 based boards now supports the X11 protocol.
The server-client based protocol is now supported by our professional SDK using hardware floating point which enables a high performance and provides all the advantages that comes with X. In the RidgeRun SDK you'll also find complete integration of Qt4.8.5 using an X-based windowing system. We currently
RidgeRun has many long-term customer engagements. We have developed multiple products with many of our customers. Read this quick article on why RidgeRun Loves GStreamer and why we believe this is the best choice for embedded Linux applications that record, stream or display video / audio.
The hardware floating point (hardfp) use an on-chip floating point unit to perform mathematics on floating point numbers, while software floating point (softfp) emulates one of these units in software. This is the reason why hardfp is faster than softfp. The name of this unit is FPU (floating point unit), which is a piece of hardware that can take floating point values and an operator and return a