Cadence talks about some of their latest EDA solutions at ARM Techcon 2012 including the implementation of a 14nm Cortex-M0 processor in collaboration with IBM.
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Mentor Graphics talks about some of the latest EDA solutions that they are bringing to the market at ARM Techcon 2012.
Check back for my full video recording of this mornings ARM keynote filmed here at ARM Techcon 2012 in Santa Clara. Let me know what kinds of questions you would like me to ask them on video.
Here's my overview video showing some of the latest best value 7" Android tablets that I have found in Shenzhen on this trip. At least the samples that I was able to buy. $40 A13 800x480, $65 RK3066 1024x600, $80 NS115 1024x600 IPS, and there's also the sub-$50 VIA 8850 (which can run a Windows RT clone UI on top of Android), and I compare these with the $199 Kindle Fire HD.
Here's my overview video of the latest ARM Powered HDMI Sticks that I have found in Shenzhen China, including the $30 Allwinner A10 single-core ARM Cortex-A8, $40 Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9, $89 Freescale i.MX6 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 and the $150 HiMedia Q5 HiSilicon Hi3716C single-core ARM Cortex-A9 Set-top-box running the interesting HiControl Android application for remote controlling, mouse and mirroring support from any Android tablet and phone to your HiMedia set-top-box.
Here's a sample recorded in 1080p using the new Nikon 1 J2 camera in 1080p Fine quality mode. This camera does not support external shotgun microphone input, but Nikon has a slightly larger device that does support an external microphone.
Traveling shot through a part of the huge smartphones and tablet markets at the Huaqiangbei consumer electronics market street in Shenzhen China. These are parts of my favorite areas that I have yet found on the Shenzhen Huaqiangbei electronics market street.
These ARM Powered laptops are really cool, you get a single-core ARM Cortex-A9 VIA 8850 processor with Mali-400 GPU, the form factor is the basic open mold for these types of laptops, now let's just get Chrome OS on ARM to run on these, as well as Ubuntu on Android and perhaps even Windows RT eventually.
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