Category: ARM TechCon

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Keynote: ARM Cortex-A35, ARMv8-M, Cryptocell, mbed connector announced by ARM CTO Mike Muller

Posted by Charbax – November 11, 2015

ARM CTO Mike Muller announces ARM Cortex-A35 to power the future of Low to Mid-range Smartphones and is also good for Wearables and Embedded, 20% higher performance and 10% lower power consumption compared to ARM Cortex-A7. ARMv8-M which is the next generation architecture for ARM Cortex-M microcontroller devices shipping into Billions of devices per year. Mike Muller talks about ARM's big work on security for IoT and to connect IoT with the Cloud, ARM launches the mbed connector service and shows mbed OS 3.0.

Open-Silicon semiconductor solutions

Posted by Kevin Sadria – April 5, 2014

Open-Silicon provides leading edge semiconductor solutions to get customer’s products to market. These solutions include traditional ASIC design, derivative and platform SoCs, hardware and software design services, and production handoffs where Open-Silicon provides manufacturing operations.

In addition to a broad menu of in-house engineering capabilities, Open-Silicon also utilizes the best-in-class engineering capabilities of partners like Synopsys, Cadence, S3, TSMC, ASE, and Wipro.

By combining the specific expertise necessary for each design with the most appropriate open-market technologies, and managing the process through a single point of organization and ownership, Open-Silicon has raised collaborative engineering to a new level.Since its founding in 2003, the company has focused on raising the bar on SoC execution, measuring the quality of engineering work and the ability to hit customer schedules and reporting that to the board of directors at every board meeting.

Also, the company has invested in technology, from the 2007 acquisition of Zenasis Technology, a leader in the processor performance space, to the 2009 acquisition of Silicon Logic Engineering, a leader in networking and computer system architecture, to the in-house developments of scan shift frequency scaling (TestMAX) and back biasing (VariMAX).

KRS Murthy of i3world.us

Posted by Kevin Sadria – March 23, 2014

KRS Murthy from I Cubed World talking about ARM technology in this interview. KRS Murthy talks about high potentials of ARM technology and other objects and features that can be added to make a perfect combination for usage in the market as desktop, server and mobile technology industry. What's coming in the future, what will get huge and what is going to fail?

Dr. Murthy is a serial entrepreneur, serial C level executive, inventive scientist, innovative engineer, leader in professional societies and public speaker. His passion encompasses singing, composing, acting, directing, costumes design, theatre make up, stage craft and design, background music, sound effects, lighting and colored powder painting.

Adaptmicrosys suggests to boost performance and lower power consumption

Posted by Kevin Sadria – March 21, 2014

Adaptmicrosys hardware and software technology aims at boosting up the CPU performance and reducing power usage to get performance enhancement and power efficiency with this processing solution that keeps low cost in mind.

Adaptmicrosys has been developing innovative language-adaptive technologies for emerging computing/electronics/communication systems which require extreme sensitivity in energy consumption, performance, price, resource utilization (cache memory/channel bandwidth), security, and short time-to-market.

In particular, the Adaptmicrosys technologies aim toward energy/performance/price sensitive language-adaptive computing systems for processing behavior of instructions in lieu of executing an instruction after another.

This segmented execution is achieved by post-manufacturing instruction synthesis and customization including instruction packing and inline expansion for low-power and high-performance portable systems.

Contact Adaptmicrosys:

130 West 8th Street Erie. PA 16501
Tel: 814-459-6030
Fax: 814-459-6137
Contact: Kyu Jung
e-Mail: jung@adaptmicrosys.com
Website: www.adaptmicrosys.com

Leonid Knyshov shows his Vostimonial Start-up then helps me do some Interviews

Posted by Charbax – January 5, 2014

Leonid Knyshov lives in the Silicon Valley, working on making some of his Start-up ideas and showing them around at conferences. Here's how he shows his latest startup at the ARM Techcon, it's demonstrated on an iPad Mini hanging around his head. After this video, I asked Leonid to help me by doing a few interviews from his technical point of view.

Wolfgang Helfricht, ARM Physical IP Advanced Products Marketing Director

Posted by Charbax – January 5, 2014

Talking about the success story of the ARM Cortex-A7 taped out of Samsung's 14nm LP process, a project in collaboration with Samsung, Cadence, supporting thus 14nm process node.

Collabora open source consultancy

Posted by Charbax – January 1, 2014

Collabora's mission is to accelerate the adoption of open source technologies, methodologies and philosophy. It does this by providing consultancy to companies who are deploying open source technologies in their products, by providing its own open source based products and through knowledge sharing activities such as training. Collabora's initial focus was instant messaging (IM), Voice over IP (VoIP) and videoconferencing technologies, but the company has since expanded its offering to include general multimedia, mobile web technologies, collaboration infrastructure, automotive infotainment platforms, graphics optimization, multimedia interoperability & productivity software. Collabora's customers include many large IT corporations such as Nokia, Samsung, Intel, Texas Instruments and Google.

Nizar Romdhane, ARM Director of Media Processor Ecosystem, working with Game Engine, GPU Compute

Posted by Charbax – December 30, 2013

ARM works with the ecosystem to support the game developers to take optimally advantage of the ARM Mali Graphics, GPU Compute. ARM is to be in the core of the future of Gaming. Already dominating in Smartphones and Tablets, most Smart TVs and Set-top-boxes also use ARM, most of them are becoming Home Consoles now also, quickly closing the gap with home consoles (from Nintendo/Sony/Microsoft). In the very near future, we will probably see most high-end video games running on ARM Powered devices. Here showing the Unity Engine running at 1080p smoothly at full framerates on Exynos5420 with ARM Mali-T628 with OpenGL ES 3.0. Working closely with developers, working closely with Google collaborating on the tools for development of advanced video games. Supporting the most advanced video-games on the latest Android.

Latest ARM Server solutions booths tour

Posted by Charbax – December 30, 2013

Showing off the latest Applied Micro 64bit X-Gene ARM Server Development Board (which Rob Savoye of Linaro eagerly wants to start playing with), Dell's 64bit ARM Server solution running Fedora 19, working on a proof of concept for early 2014 for Dell's key cloud server customers (Google? Amazon?) before going into mass production (Dell already did some 32bit ARM Server tests in Europe with some customers), some things like Oracle JDK still has to fully come over (needs some tuning) to the platform. This is just me walking kind of randomly around some of the ARM Server demo area at the ARM Techcon. Then checking out the HP ARM Server booth, showing off some of the latest HP Moonshot ARM Server solutions also talked about in HP's Keynote at ARM Techcon, watch the official video of that keynote or my version (sitting on the front row).

James Bruce, ARM Director of Mobile Strategy, talks Next Generation Smartphones

Posted by Charbax – December 29, 2013

James Bruce talks newly announced ARM Mali-T720 for Entry-level and new ARM Mali-T760 for High-end devices. ARM Mali-T720 brings GPU Compute OpenGL ES 3.0 to the entry level smartphone in the next 18-24 months. AmLogic now ships Mali-T450 in their new M802 chip. James Bruce talks further of what ARM can do for the user experience, talks designing benchmarks to measure the performance of the user experience vs certain benchmarks measuring things that aren't relevant to the user experience. The ARM Architecture ecosystem is amazing, for example, in Q2 2013, there were more ARM Cortex-A5 devices shipped than all x86 PC/Laptops combined in that quarter.