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This is how I was walking around the ARM TechCon 2011, with the OMAP3530 Powered Kopin Golden-i Headmounted display (voice-controlled and with head-tracking) to monitor the live Ustream IRC chat, a USB webcam on my head streaming live video to Ustream through the Marvell Armada 618 Powered OLPC XO-1.75 in my bag (using another netbook when Marvell was showcasing the XO-1.75 at their booth), a T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot ($50/3GB/month/prepaid/$141-Mifi), and my nearly 4-year old Sanyo HD1000 (9mbitps 720p) with the external Sennheiser MKE400 shotgun microphone.
I also have the new higher quality JVC GC-PX10 but its 24/36mbitps 1080p50 recording bitrate is too high to upload on the relatively slow upload speed at this conference. At the San Francisco Downtown University Campus last weekend, the upload speed was 100mbitps so there I filmed all 16 videos at the OLPC Summit with that camera, for most of which you can even download the full original camera sample video file using Google Docs separately linked under each video.
ARM launches the 64bit ARMv8 Architecture. Here's my interview with ARM's CTO Mike Muller on the day of the announcement.
Simon Segars is the President of the US division of ARM. Here's an interview with him at ARM TechCon 2011 about the state of the ARM industry.
Nandan Nayampally, ARM's Director of CPU Product Marketing provides an overview of the new and upcoming ARM Cortex-A15 processor, with its new optimized design it can reach huge new ARM Powered performance.
The ARM Media Processing Division's Jem Davies and Ian Smythe talk about the latest news on the ARM Mali Graphics technology, implementation, performance and the technological direction which we can look forward to.
Nandan Nayampally, ARM's Director of CPU Product Marketing provides an overview of this new ARM Processor announcement with information about how it is designed, how it works, where it can be used.
Gary Smith is an industry expert at http://garysmitheda.com
ARM is launching the 64bit ARMv8 processor. This is the keynote video. I'll link to the official video if they release it.
Freescale is showcasing the performance of their Quad Core ARM Cortex-A9 i.MX6 Quad processor.