Below are a few of the questions you can expect to find answers to:
- Should user level code be changed to take advantage of big.LITTLE?
- When will Google support big.LITTLE?
- What software needs to be written by silicon partners or ODMs to run big.LITTLE on a platform?
- Why didn't ARM share a single L2 cache between the big and LITTLE clusters to save area?
- Can the individual cores be scaled for frequency and voltage?
Just as we go live the link to the Google+ Hangout on Air will be posted to this blog's comments section, ARM onAir Google+ page, ARMflix YouTube channel & @ARMSoC twitter. Join the conversation during the event on Twitter and include the hashtag #ARMbigLITTLE.
Katie Morgan, Digital Marketing Lead, ARM, was thrown into the fast paced and exciting world of technology in 2007. She has now fully transformed into a technology enthusiast that always has at least her smartphone in hand, mini laptop and (now adding to the list) tablet at her side. Exploring the ever-evolving digital and social media outlets of Web 2.0 (wait is it Web 3.0 already?) is her thing. She is enjoying the rapid innovation that is changing her highly connected lifestyle into "connected without borders."
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