Industry-Standard Benchmarks for Embedded Systems
EEMBC, an industry alliance, develops benchmarks to help system designers select the optimal processors and understand the performance and energy characteristics of their systems. EEMBC has benchmark suites targeting cloud and big data, mobile devices (for phones and tablets), networking, ultra-low power microcontrollers, the Internet of Things (IoT), digital media, automotive, and other application areas. EEMBC also has benchmarks for general-purpose performance analysis including CoreMark, MultiBench (multicore), and FPMark (floating-point).

Consortium Leadership

Markus Levy
EEMBC President

Markus Levy is founder and president of EEMBC. He is also president of the Multicore Association and chairman of the Multicore Developers Conference and IoT Developers Conference..

Mr. Levy was previously a senior analyst at In-Stat/MDR and an editor at EDN magazine, focusing in both roles on processors for the embedded industry.

Levy began his career in the semiconductor industry at Intel Corporation, where he served as both a senior applications engineer and customer training specialist for Intel's microprocessor and flash memory products. He is the co-author of Designing with Flash Memory, the one and only technical book on this subject, and received several patents while at Intel for his ideas related to flash memory architecture and usage as a disk drive alternative.



Peter Torelli
EEMBC Director of Software Engineering

While studying engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Peter began his career as an intern at Intel in 1993 writing flash memory file-systems. After graduating he joined Intel full-time and during his 20 years he worked as desktop and mobile microprocessor architect, wrote advanced programs to validate hardware performance on chipsets and graphics, invented switch-level power simulation algorithms for pre-silicon CPU power estimation, and led digital circuit teams to deploy novel low-power CPU design techniques.

His most significant contributions involved driving power convergence for the Larrabee HPC product line, and enabling power awareness across foundry design automation tools. In early 2014, Peter left Intel to work with Portland-area startups writing software and building hardware in diverse areas such as IoT wearables and fashion-technology.


Satoshi "Steve" Otsuka
EEMBC Japan Regional Manager

Satoshi "Steve" Otsuka is Japan regional manager for EEMBC.

He also serves as an independent consultant on embedded system designs and Japan representative for The Multicore Association.

Previously he held various technical director positions at M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers (now SanDisk) and Future Electronics.

Prior to these positions, he was an x86 processor specialist at Intel for 10 years.