ARM Updates on Servers and Networking Products at Linley Group 2015 Processor Conference
Where: Santa Clara Ballroom, 2nd level, Hyatt Regency, Santa Clara, CA, 95054
When: Oct., 7, 2015
What: ARM director of CPU product marketing Ian Forsyth will present an update on ARM networking and infrastructure products at the upcoming Linley Group 2015 Processor Conference. The update will include:
- Performance and throughput data for ARM® Cortex®-A72 based SoCs
- The latest developments in ARM processor IP and ARM CoreLink™ CCN interconnect technology for delivering extended performance and efficiency in the intelligent flexible cloud (IFC).
Why: The networking industry is at an inflection point, with rapidly-increasing data flows, the emergence of new Internet of Things (IoT) applications and the shift to a 5G infrastructure. Networking technologies are merging with cloud and data center infrastructure to enable increased efficiency and compute capacity along with lower latency. ARM IP is at the heart of this evolving IFC and the company is driving the open standards and software that will build an ecosystem to support it.
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