Real-time and Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) Orange County




Orange County, CA


17 October 2013



Visit ARM® and Keil™ at the Real-Time and Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC), a single-day complimentary event with technical and educationally focused seminars, workshops, keynotes and exhibits. RTECC focuses on the latest technologies from industry leaders, with demonstrations in the exhibition hall and in breakout sessions.

At this event, we will be demonstrating the latest features in Keil and ARM embedded development tools:

  • The ARM DS-5™ toolchain including the Streamline Performance Analyzer and Energy Probe for system-wide power and performance optimization
  • The new ULINKpro Debug and Trace unit for ARM® Cortex™-M Systems
  • The new features of uVison4 IDE/Debugger in MDK-ARM
  • The middleware features of MDK Professional Edition with TCP/IP Networking, Flash File System, CAN and USB Host and Device Interfaces

Speaker Session: The ARM Processor Roadmap Deciphered: Bob Boys - Product Manager, ARM

Does the large number of ARM® processors confuse you? What is an ARM7™ compared to the Cortex™-M3? How does the Cortex-M4 fit in? Moreover, why don’t ARM processors need heat sinks? What features are attracting everyone to ARM? The number of ARM 32-bit processors available is quite extensive. Ranging from the 12,000 gate Cortex-M0 to the multi-core Cortex-A15, ARM has a processor for every need. With the recently announced 64-bit processors, ARM heads into new territory. Find out which cores can run Linux, Android, Windows and other operating systems and where each processor is available will be a part of the discussions. Explanations of the relationship between ARM processor names and architectures as well as the big.LITTLE concept and much more are on the agenda.

For additional information or to register for this event, please visit the RTECC website .


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