Introducing open firmware development model for the Programmable Service Engine's in Intel Atom x6000E Series
12-02, 16:45–17:15 (Europe/Berlin), Main Stage

The new Intel Atom x6000E series features a Programmable Service Engine (PSE) which supports out-of-band and in-band remote device management; enhanced I/O and storage options; and integrated 2.5 GbE time-sensitive networking. The PSE is based on ARM Cortex-M7. This presentation will focus on the mechanisms by which PSE firmware work with system boot firmware. In addition to that, we will be sharing about the different open source software tools to support the development, integration and design considerations between the PSE firmware and the rest of the system boot firmware. The key benefits from this session is to be able to learn about how to develop and customize the PSE firmware to provide value add for Intel platform.

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coreboot, tianocore, UEFI, Slim Bootloader

Tung Lun is a senior BIOS lead at Intel Corporation focusing on BIOS and bootloader solutions design and power on activities on IOTG platforms. He had successfully brought up BIOS and bootloaders for Apollo Lake, Elkhart Lake, Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake and future Intel IOT platforms. Tung Lun also authored 5 US and WIPO patents. He is appointed as Intel Malaysia Site Innovators Technical and Cultural Advisor.