Electronic Systems Design Seminar

 Ross Wheeler

Escape from Embedded Development Hell

Ross Wheeler
DoubleWide Software

Monday, February 2nd, 2004, 4pm - 5pm
540A/B Cory Hall (D.O.P. Center Classroom)


This talk focuses on the latest innovations in the embedded software space which will make software engineers lives much easier in the coming years. We’ll discuss the first and second generation approaches to hardware virtualization along with a demonstration of Embedded Supersystem Virtualization (ESV). We’ll conclude with a discussion of ESV’s impact on the EDA and enterprise software markets.


Ross Wheeler has over 20 years of experience in the software industry. He previously founded and led RouterWare, the leading network protocol supplier with over 300 networking infrastructure customers, until its acquisition by Wind River Systems, Inc. in 1999. Following the acquisition, Mr. Wheeler continued to play a leading part in the success of the company as Chief Technologist with the Networking Business unit.

His prior experience includes positions in software engineering with Fibermux, NewGen Systems, Gateway Communications, and Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. Mr. Wheeler holds a BSCS and BS Computer Engineering from Trinity University.

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