News & Events

Happy birthday to Evidence!

Everything started exactly 15 years ago. The 6th November of 2002 a small company with big dreams was founded.

The potential was plain, the future was uncertain. We've passed through our ups and downs, fighthing for our goals and aiming to the best.

After 15 years we are 22 guys with more grey hair but with the same passion, the same determined gaze, the same will to achieve our dreams.

Happy birthday to us. Happy birthday to Evidence.

HIPEAC talks about Hercules project in its monthly newsletter

HIPEAC (European Network on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation) made an interesting article in its last newsletter about the Horizon 2020 Hercules project in which Evidence is deeply involved.

Have a look at the article by checking this link!

Evidence at the Embedded Linux Conference - 23 to 25 October in Prague

We are proud to announce that Evidence will be presenting the work done on the Linux kernel and the Jailhouse hypervisor at the ARM Booth at the next Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) in Prague (Czech Republic) from the 23rd to the 25th of October

For more information follow this link.

Evidence at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference - Munich, 10th October

The 10th of October Paolo Gai, Evidence's CEO, along with Marko Bertogna, professor at university of Modena, will have a talk in Munich at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference about: ACHIEVING REAL-TIME GUARANTEES ON NVIDIA EMBEDDED PLATFORMS.

Tom's Hardware talks about Hercules project!

Tom's Hardware has written a very interesting article about the Hercules project and the future of GPU in the Automotive world.

Read the article at this link (in Italian)

GRUB real-time scheduler will be merged into the official Linux kernel

Evidence is proud to announce that the GRUB real-time scheduler has been merged into the official Linux kernel and will be part of the upcoming 4.13 release.

The support has been developed by ReTiS Lab (i.e. Luca Abeni) with the collaboration of Evidence (in the context of the HERCULES H2020 project).

For more information about the submitted contributions, this is the whole patchset: