High-performance implementations for ARM 64-bit Cortex-A57/A53 processors


On Demand


Raviraj Mahatme and Raghu Kodali


15:00 GMT



The ARM® Cortex®-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors based on the 64-bit ARMv8 architecture are targeted at several market segments, such as smartphones, mobile computing and enterprise/servers. Each of these markets presents unique challenges for the implementation of these processors. In this webinar, we will discuss techniques to achieve a variety of implementations including high-performance and power-optimized.

All advanced process technologies have several options which can be selected depending on the desired target. Learn how to select the most optimal technology options to achieve your implementation goals. In addition, you will hear about leveraging ARM POP™ IP – core-hardening acceleration technology – to achieve faster time to market with less risk.

Who should attend:

This webinar is targeted at SoC implementation, CAD and back-end engineers who are responsible for implementing Cortex-A processor-based SoCs. This webinar assumes a basic knowledge of semiconductor process technology and back-end implementation methodologies.

Presenter: Raviraj Mahatme, Platform Marketing Manager, Physical IP Division, ARM and Raghu Kodali, Principal Engineer, ARM

Raviraj Mahatme is a platform marketing manager at ARM for POP IP products. He has extensive experience working with customers and foundries on SoC design and specification. He started his career as a design engineer developing embedded physical IP, where he was responsible for circuit and physical design of the entire memory compiler. Ravi holds a MS degree in computer engineering from NC State University.

Raghu Kodali is a Principal Engineer with ARM. Raghu has been with ARM for more than 10 years and currently leads the POP IP implementation team which is a Centre of Excellence for ARM processor implementations. Raghu holds a MS (Engineering) degree and has previously had multiple technical roles including as a methodology/CAD engineer and as a library validation engineer. Raghu started his career with ST Microelectronics and is currently based in Bangalore, India.


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