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The Android™ Builders Summit is a technical summit for OEMs, their device manufacturers, integrators, custom builders, and the growing Android and Linux Kernel developer communities. Android is expanding to an increasing number of industry segments in addition to smart phones and tablets. There is a need for the ecosystem of builders to collaborate on a common solution for existing limitations and desired features across all of these device categories. The Android Builders Summit provides an intimate forum for collaboration at the systems level and discussion of core issues and opportunities when designing Android devices. The summit addresses topics ranging from custom builds, alternative middleware, network functionality extensions, Peer to Peer frameworks, USB device support, security, unification of power management, tools and hybrid Android devices among many other topics.

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Monday, February 18 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Toward a Portable Lunch Target and the Scaling Problem - Mark Gross, Intel

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Intel's mobile communication group (MCG) has a single android build tree with many lunch targets(16). Each target generates an out directory with about 22GB of stuff (x16 gets > .5TB). Each target has the same ISA, kernel source and ABI. They differ mostly in peripherals industrial design from a kernel point of view. Our continuous integration and release build processes are is limited by the throughout and mass of build servers and disk storage. This presentation explores the problem space of creating an uber-target that just works across all the MCG hardware targets and, explores the techniques and options to get close to this ideal from a linux kernel point of view.

Speakers

Mark Gross

Android / (linux) Kernel architect, Intel
Mark works for Intel cooperation in its mobile communications group doing Android integration and debug as well as Linux kernel activities. Mark specialises in power management at the kernel level, and platform integration bring up and debugging in user mode and some performance optimisation activities as well. Mark has worked in the Linux kernel for about 12 years.

Monday February 18, 2013 4:20pm - 5:10pm
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