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From tiny devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) to giant server farms, ARM TechCon 2013 is poised to run the gamut of multi-core processing possibilities.
Housed in the Santa Clara, Calif., Convention Center from October 29-31, this year’s conference features keynotes from Bill Veghte, executive VP and GM enterprise group for HP, presenting The New Style of IT; Simon Segars, CEO of ARM discussing Transformative technology in the Internet of Things (IoT), data center and mobile; and Dr. Daniel Kraft, MD, health science innovator presenting The Future of Technology in Health and Medicine: Game-Changing Lessons For Every Industry.
If you are a chip designer, system implementation engineer or software developer, you will likely be tempted by these conference tracks:
-- Accelerating Hardware Development
-- Accelerating Software Development
-- Accelerating System Hardware Development
-- Applying New Technologies to New Opportunities
-- Creating the Next Gen Mobile Platform
-- Enhancing the User Experience
-- Marrying Software and Hardware in Multicore Design
-- Maximizing Chip Energy Efficiency
-- Next-Generation Networking – Rise of Software Defined Networking
-- Optimizing System Software Blocks
-- Stacking Up for High Performance Design
-- Taming the IoT Frontier