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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 1-11 Open Access
  3. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 13-24 Open Access
  4. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 25-54 Open Access
  5. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 55-95 Open Access
  6. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 97-120 Open Access
  7. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 121-144 Open Access
  8. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 145-171 Open Access
  9. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 173-177 Open Access
  10. Jiming Sun, Marc Jones, Stefan Reinauer, Vincent Zimmer
    Pages 179-189 Open Access
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 191-195

About this book

Introduction

Embedded Firmware Solutions is the perfect introduction and daily-use field guide--for the thousands of firmware designers, hardware engineers, architects, managers, and developers--to Intel’s new firmware direction (including Quark coverage), showing how to integrate Intel® Architecture designs into their plans.

Featuring hands-on examples and exercises using Open Source codebases, like Coreboot and EFI Development Kit (tianocore) and Chromebook, this is the first book that combines a timely and thorough overview of firmware solutions for the rapidly evolving embedded ecosystem with in-depth coverage of requirements and optimization.

About the authors

Vincent Zimmer is a Principal Engineer in the Software and Services Group at Intel Corporation. With over 22 years experience in embedded software development and design, Vincent holds nearly 300 U.S. patents and was awarded two Intel Achievement Awards for his development of firmware architecture and security. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, and a Master of Science in Computer Science degree from the University of Washington, Seattle.

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