Silicon Valley, California
NVIDIA’s SOC THERM hardware takes care of the thermal management on their Tegra chips. Originally, the hardware was managed on the software side by a library. We were tasked with documenting this library and eventually converting it into a platform driver. At the conclusion of our project, we were able to convert the SOC THERM library so that it conformed with the upstream Linux kernel standard for platform drivers.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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