Hardware, Software & the Internet of Things
June 23–25, 2015 • San Francisco, CA
Ramesh Peri

Ramesh Peri
Architect, Intel

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Ramesh is architect of IoT Devkit and Android tools at Intel, working on compilers, debuggers, and profilers for Intel mobile/IoT platforms. He is an expert in mobile/IoT platforms and spent over two decades working on a number of processors that include DSPs, micro-controllers, and a variety of application processors based on ARM and x86 architectures. He presented papers at research conferences and developed training materials for effective use of Intel software development tools to optimize for power and performance across Intel platforms, from embedded systems to large high-performance systems. Ramesh has been at the forefront of getting Intel platforms into the embedded space, and worked with a number of OEMs and ODMs for optimizing the platforms for power and performance. He holds a Ph.D in computer science from the University of Virginia, an MS from IIT Kanpur (India), and a BS from REC Warangal (India).

Sessions

9:00am–12:30pm Tuesday, 06/23/2015
Tutorial, Technology
Location: Fleet Room (Bldg D)
Michael McCool (Intel), Rex St. John (Intel), Ramesh Peri (Intel)
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Javascript is unique in that it can be used to program every part of an IoT system: the devices, the servers, and user interface. Node.js can be used for both embedded devices and servers in the cloud, while HTML5 can provide a user interface that works on any device. In this tutorial we will work through the development of a simple but complete IoT system using only Javascript. Read more.