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Savoir-faire Linux is once again participating at Embedded Recipes



We are delighted to announce our continued collaboration with the Embedded Recipes conference, scheduled for September 28th and 29th at the Biermans Lapotre Foundation in Paris.

For its 5th edition this year, we will be participating as a sponsor, delivering an engaging presentation, and having our team on-site to meet and greet you in person!

Check the schedule here :

Why attend Embedded Recipes ?

Embedded Recipes   is the place to be for Linux developers and embedded software engineers. Its gaining an immense popularity as the event offers a unique blend of learning, networking, and community-building.

Whether you are a part of the corporate world or the open-source community, Embedded Recipes promises to be an enriching and inspiring gathering for all.

Furthermore, this one-of-a-kind conference features a series of highly interesting and carefully selected presentations.

 Our conference :  ‘Pipewire: The Heart of Linux-based Audio Systems’



Philip-Dylan Gleonec, an accomplished embedded system engineer and esteemed free software consultant, will deliver a keynote presentation titled ‘Pipewire: The Heart of Linux-based Audio Systems.

His presentation is the result of the R&D work he was carrying out with our two talented INSA Rennes interns, Le Bao Tin Ha and Elinor Montmasson.

This work shows how Pipewire can be configured to avoid unneeded resampling to free CPU resources. This enables implementation of more complex audio processing algorithms with little worries about streams synchronization. These results are shared in this blog post by Elinor Montmasson.

Philip-Dylan Gleonec’s presentation promises to be an enlightening exploration of the latest advancements in Pipewire, showcasing its pivotal role in efficiently managing asynchronous audio streams across various interfaces and its profound influence on system design.

With his extensive background encompassing both hardware and embedded software expertise, Philip-Dylan is a recognized authority in the field, making his talk a must-attend for all conference participants.

Our colleagues are looking forward to a great conference, lots of new input and networking with industry experts.

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