Arrow Europe, Canonical, eCosCentric, Express Logic, Freescale Semiconductor, Green Hills, HCC-Embedded, Microsoft, Mouser Electronics, National Instruments, Nokia, Nohao UK, NXP Semiconductors, Parasoft, PLDA, Quadros Systems, Toshiba, Vector Software, WITTENSTEIN.
Additionally I’d like to highlight this year the sponsored sessions that are open to ALL attendees. NXP is giving two in-depth tutorials on Cortex-M0 and Cortex-M4 on Wednesday 20th October. These presentations will showcase the Cortex-M0LPC1100 low power characteristics for active, deep sleep and deep power down modes including specific details on the architecture, programming model and performance aspects. The Cortex-M4 presentation will focus on performance advances and the convergence of MCU and DSP applications. With 150 MHz performance and advanced DSP instructions, see how you can solve your control and signal processing requirements such as audio, motor control, and digital power conversion. Each attendee will walk away with a free complimentary LPCXpresso LPC1114 development kit and the mbed, the new standard for rapid prototyping.
Professionals from Freescale will be taking attendees through a different session on Wednesday 20th to discuss the industrial MCU Revolution with the 90nm 32-bit Kinetis MCU Platform example. This session will provide an overview of Freescale's next generation 90 nm 32-bit Kinetis industrial MCU platform. The Kinetis range will be the industries 1st broad-market mixed-signal MCU family based on the ARM Cortex-M4 core and provide a platform with over 200 derivatives supported by the most comprehensive hardware and software enablement portfolios. Attendees will learn about the benefits of Freescale's 90 nm thin film storage and FlexMemory technology, and gain insights into the features and capabilities of next-generation 32-bit MCU product families.
Don’t forget to stop by the ARM pod as we will be having live demos on the new DS-5 Linux Application Development System with our new DSTREAM debug and trace unit; the Microcontroller Development environment, MDK-ARM with our ULINKpro debug and trace unit for Cortex-M Family Microcontrollers and the Advanced Cortex-M Debug with Keil ULINKpro.
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Using DS-5 with Gumstix Overo
ARM DS-5: Inside the Virtual File System
I’m also looking forward to the ARM European Technical Conference (AETC) which takes place in Paris on 21st October and the ARM Technology Conference (TechCon) in Santa Clara on 9th November. You will be able to find more Cortex M sessions! Make a note in your diary now.
Jenny Su, ARM Connected Community Program Manager, is based in Cambridge. One of her favourite things to do is to work with hundreds of partners around the world and find ways to better help designers have a premium experience on designing with ARM architecture.
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