ARM TechCon 2011: Join the Community Defining the Future
ARM TechCon attracts chip and systems designers as well as the software and firmware engineers who enable a complete solution. This virtual companion event provides access to key technical content and ARM solution providers. During this two-day event, attendees can access leading strategies for designing with the ARM architecture. Day 1 will be dedicated to Chip Design and manufacturing, and Day 2 will focus on Systems & Software Design.
Who Will Participate
- Design engineers from dozens of countries around the world, representing all of the key industries and OEMs
- Embedded system designers
- Hardware Designers
- Software Designers
- System integrators – both at the embedded and systems level
About the Technical Program: The Best of ARM TechCon and More
The ARM TechCon Virtual Conference will present core general session content and technical presentations from the live ARM TechCon held in Santa Clara on October 25-27, 2011.
The two-day virtual conference will include the three keynote addresses presented at ARM TechCon.
Accompanying the keynote addresses will be key sessions based on the face to face ARM TechCon program's Chip Design (November 16) as well as Software and Systems (November 17) tracks. Technical sessions will be in PowerPoint with audio commentary by the author and followed by a live chat-based Q&A with the presenter.
Highlights of this year's Software & Systems section are sure to include updates to session that proved very popular at last year's ARM TechCon, such as Android and Open Source, Low Power Designs and Efficient Software Designs. To these will be added Computing Platforms, Microcontroller Designs and Human Interface Designs. A conference track explaining the Fundamentals of the ARM has also been added this year to explain the basics from core/devise selection to commercial requirements such as licenses and royalties. The Chip Design section will cover all the aspects of the specification, design, verification and manufacture of Systems-on-Chips based on ARM IP.