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Real Time Embedded Computing Conference 2014

Venue:

Santa Clara Convention Center

Location:

Santa Clara

Date:

23 January 2014

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

Please attend ARM’s break out session - The ARM Processor Roadmap Deciphered from1:30 pm to 2:15 pm. Following is the abstract of what will be discussed.

ARM 32 bit processers, from the tiny Cortex-M0 to the latest top-of-the-line Cortex-A56 (64 bit) are continuing to expand into more markets. Today, ARM is a major player in nearly all market segments. If you want to discover what the various ARM processors are and their relation to each other, this seminar will provide the answers. Bob Boys, Product Manager for ARM will present the roadmap of the entire ARM processor family as well as some insightful information into operating systems especially Linux and multi-processing technology and where things appear to be headed. The relationship between ARM processor names and their architectures will be explained plus the big.LITTLE concept and plenty more.


Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
8:30 AM – 3:30 PM


The ARM Processor Roadmap Deciphered
presented by Bob Boys, Product Manager, ARM
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM

ARM 32 bit processers, from the tiny Cortex-M0 to the latest top-of-the-line Cortex-A56 (64 bit) are continuing to expand into more markets. Today, ARM is a major player in nearly all market segments. If you want to discover what the various ARM processors are and their relation to each other, this seminar will provide the answers. Bob Boys, Product Manager for ARM will present the roadmap of the entire ARM processor family as well as some insightful information into operating systems especially Linux and multi-processing technology and where things appear to be headed. The relationship between ARM processor names and their architectures will be explained plus the big.LITTLE concept and plenty more.




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