Bmorn W4301 is a bugdet Intel 3G phone powered by 64bit Dual Core Intel SoFIA 3G(X3-C3130) with ARM Mali-400 GPU, features 4’’ 800*480 display, 512M RAM or 1GB optional, 4GB Flash or 8G optional, based on Android 4.4 now, Android 5.1 Lollipop will support soon, battery life up to 4hours with phone call, price at $34 for bulk order. Bmorn start to produce tablet from 2010, they are key OEM/ODM manufacture of Intel and Rockchip SOCs.
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Candy Fong, Sales Director
Skype: bmorn006 or candyfang309
Mobile: +86-18028700869 or +86-13543254930
ARM announces that 50% of the Smartphones sold in 2015 are 64bit already. This is a phenomenal success for ARM's 64bit deployment. At ARM TechCon 2015, ARM announces ARM Cortex-A35, an upgrade for ARM Cortex-A7 which is currently the most popular ARM Cortex-A core shipping in most of the current low-end to mid-range Smartphones, at 10% lower power consumption, ARM Cortex-A35 brings up to 40% higher performance compared to ARM Cortex-A7! This will bring 64bit to even more Smartphones for the entry-level to mid-range markets starting before the end of 2016. ARM Mali-470 is a good power efficient GPU to use with ARM Cortex-A35, and it can be used in big.LITTLE configurations together with ARM Cortex-A72, ARM Cortex-A57 or ARM Cortex-A53.
James McNiven talks about running ARM's CPU team, managing the engineering, the marketing and operations to deliver the ARM CPUs to ARM's partners around the world.
Professional CCTV manufacture Dagro shows their 700TV Line CCTV Kit including4 cameras, 1 DVR and all the accessories. Support live streaming via iOS and Android smartphone and tablet. Price at $55 for bulk order above 300pcs.
They also show 720P CCTV Kit including 4 camera and 1 DVR, Price at $70 for bulk order above 300pcs.
You can contact Dagro here:
Jessie Cui, Sales Manager
TEL:+86 189 2649 8665
Milosch Meriac, ARM IoT Security Engineer, talks about the strategy ARM is working on to make Internet of Things secure. ARM is convinced that many IoT security problems can be solved with standardised building blocks. ARM is developing the uVisor, a self-contained software hypervisor that creates independent secure domains on ARM Cortex-M3 and M4 microcontrollers (M0+ will follow). Its function is to increase resilience against malware and to protect secrets from leaking even among different modules of the same application. The uVisor is one of these basic building blocks – complementary to other important blocks like robust communication stacks, safe firmware updates and secure crypto libraries. The design philosophy of uVisor is to provide hardware-enforced compartments (sandboxes) for individual code blocks by limiting access to memories and peripherals using the existing hardware security features of the Cortex-M microcontrollers. Breaking the established flat security model of microcontrollers into compartmentalised building blocks results in high security levels, as the reach of flaws or external attacks can be limited to less sensitive function blocks. A basic example of uVisor is preventing unauthorised access to flash memory from faulty or compromised code. This not only prevents malware from getting resident on the device, but also enables protection of device secrets like cryptographic keys. Services built on top of ARM's security layer can safely depend on an unclonable trusted identity, secure access to internet services and benefit from encryption key protection.
https://github.com/ARMmbed/uvisor (uVisor documentation and sources)
https://github.com/ARMmbed/uvisor-lib/blob/master/DOCUMENTATION.md (API docs)
https://github.com/ARMmbed/uvisor-lib (integration in ARMmbed)
Slideshow Milosch Meriac presented at ARM TechCon: Resilient IoT Security The end of flat security models
ARM Mali-470 is the newest Mali-400 family GPU by ARM, it is the most energy efficient GPU from ARM, it supports the latest Android versions, optimized to extend battery life for wearables and Android Wear.
Nathan Brookwood has been following the microprocessor and SoC markets since 1995. He has been involved in the high technology industry since his days at Univac, where he had the opportunity to walk inside the central processor of an early mainframe system. He presently serves as the research fellow at Insight 64, an organization he founded in 1998 to monitor and report on the computer industry's transition from 32-bit to 64-bit platforms. You can contact Nathan Brookwood at Nathan@Insight64.com
TAIDE BT034 is a portable bluetooth speaker also can used at home, with 65*40mm LCD screen to show the working status, time, calender and words of the song, support FM Radio (Frequency range: 87MHz-108MHz) and alarm clock, with the SD card slot, USB 2.0 Host and AUX in the back, it also can playback the music in local as well as tablet/phone via Bluetooth. With 2*3W power speaker, price at $ 16 for MOQ 2K. TAIDE is the top OEM/ODM Bluetooth speaker with 900K pcs shipping per month in China,They have full products lines of Bluetooth speakers from $4 to $30, You can contact TAIDE here:
Holy Chen, Sales Director
Mobile: +86 189 9805 9320
Danny Kaye of 20th Century Fox talks about how his studio and Hollywood are bringing 4K HDR movie content to people in the near future and it has already started. Talking about the Vidity 4K HDR DRM solution running on ARM TrustZone devices, like TV Boxes, the 4K HDR TVs themselves, running on Western Digital Hard Drives and Sandisk SSDs, soon consumers will be able to watch hundreds of movies on their 4K HDR TVs, using streaming, downloading or plugging the physical hard drives to the USB port of the 4K TV.