The latest Technologies, Best Practices, and Trends from the Arm Ecosystem


Get the very latest in best practices, technologies, and trends from across the Arm ecosystem in this series of talks. Leading experts cover topics across the industry, including artificial intelligence, automotive, consumer technology, infrastructure, and IoT. All Arm Tech Talks focus on the latest cutting-edge research, real-world use cases, code examples, workshops, demos, and more—and it’s all on Arm.

Upcoming Tech Talks

Accelerating People Detection with Arm Helium vector extensions

Date: September 26th, 2023. 4:00 p.m. BST/8:00 a.m. PT
Cedric Nugteren, Software Engineer, Plumerai

In this talk, Plumerai will showcase their people detection demo on an Arm Cortex-M85 with Helium vector extensions, running at 13 FPS and achieving a 3.7x speed-up over a Cortex-M7 microcontroller.

They will dive into Helium MVE, compare it to the traditional Cortex-M instruction set, and show Helium code for 8-bit integer matrix-multiplications, the core of deep learning models.

Finally, they will conclude with a demo on a Renesas board with Arm Cortex-M85, a preview of the Arm Ethos-U accelerator for AI, and showing other Helium-accelerated AI applications from Plumerai.

Build your own Private Mobile Network with Open Source Software and Arm based Hardware

Date: October 3, 4:00 p.m. BST/8:00 a.m. PT
Presentation and Demo

  • Marc Meunier, Director of Ecosystem Development, Arm
  • Jim Blakley, Living Edge Lab Associate Director, Carnegie Mellon University

Using open-source software and Arm hardware, a private mobile network can be deployed quickly and easily. We'll discuss in detail about the "Just-in-Time Cloudlet" platform that provides a private mobile network with edge computing for various use cases with guests joining from Carnegie Mellon University and Arm Infrastructure group.

Synopsys and Arm Collaboration for Faster Bring-Up of Next-Generation SoC Designs and Multi-Die Designs

Date: October 10th, 2023. 4:00 p.m. BST/8:00 a.m. PT

  • Kiran Vittal, Sr. Director of Partner Alliances Marketing, EDA Group, Synopsys
  • Holger Keding, Solutions Application Engineer, Synopsys

This tech talk from Kiran and Holger will give you an introduction to the Synopsys-Arm collaboration - spanning design implementation, silicon IP, functional verification, emulation, virtual prototyping and FPGA prototyping, and then provide a deep dive into design, analysis, and optimization of a multi-die data center chip design.

You will learn how to use the Arm CMN-700 Performance Model in Synopsys Platform Architect to improve the overall architecture of multi-die systems. A case study will illustrate how characteristic workload models can be used to analyze the performance of the architecture and identify potential bottlenecks.

Whether you are a chip architect or a system designer, this tech talk will provide valuable insights on how to design and optimize your Arm-based high-performance, multi-die chip architecture.

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