Cadence’s Stuart Swan joins Dr. John Goodenough from ARM and others on the panel “System Models - Does One Size Fit All?” on Tuesday June at 1:30 PM in room 305.
Breakfasts and Luncheons
Join speakers Dominic Pajak of ARM, Rob Cosaro of NXP, and John Murphy, Mladen Nizic, and Jamie Davey of Cadence as they discuss “Overcoming the Challenges of Embedding Ultra Low-Power, ARM 32-bit Processors into Analog/Mixed-Signal Designs” on Tuesday 12:00 PM in room 270-276 in the Moscone Center. Lunch is included! To register, click here.
For you early risers, “The Path to Yielding at 2(x)nm and Beyond” will be explored by Gary Patton from IBM, Dipesh Patel from ARM, KM Choi from Samsung, Mojy Chian from GLOBALFOUNDRIES and Chi-Ping Hsu from Cadence on Wednesday in room 270-276. Doors are open and breakfast is served at 7:30 AM. To register, click here.
Cadence EDA360 Theater
Cadence hosts the EDA360 Theater in booth 1930 where Cadence customers and partners discuss how Cadence technology and solutions have helped solve some of the industry's toughest challenges. ARM will have five presentations over the three days of the DAC exhibition.
|Monday June 4||10:00AM||Rob Aitken||“Design for performance at 28nm and below”|
|Tuesday June 5||11:00AM||Robert Kaye||“ARM Fast Models at the Heart of Virtual Prototyping”|
|Tuesday June 5||12:30PM||Brian Jeff||“Overcoming the Challenges of Embedding Ultra Low-Power, ARM 32-bit Processors into Analog/Mixed-Signal Designs”|
|Tuesday June 5||3:00PM||Dominic Pajak||“The new ARM Cortex M0+ Processor”|
|Wednesday June 6||2:30PM||John Ford||“ARM Cortex Processor Optimization Pack solutions - Speeding time to market for technology-leading implementations”|
Wondering how to leverage Cadence tools to get the most from your ARM processor-based design? Cadence will present in ARM’s main booth 1414 on three topics.
|Monday June 4||2:30PM||Mladen Nizic||“Delivering Low-Power Mixed-Signal Designs with an Embedded ARM® Cortex™-M Processor”|
|Tuesday June 5||10:30AM||Frank Schirrmeister||“Cadence System-to-Silicon Solution for ARM Processors”|
|Wednesday June 6||2:00PM||James Davey||“Enabling Faster and Lower Power ARM High-Performance Processor”|
In addition to the System to Silicon demonstration mentioned in Lori Kate’s blog, Cadence will also have on display two demonstrations in the ARM Connected Community Pavilion: how to streamline integration of the ARM Cortex-M processor into your MCU using Virtuoso technologies, and how to speed the development of ARM big.LITTLE technology-based designs using the Cadence system-to-silicon solution.
Don’t forget to join us at the Denali Party by Cadence, this year at Ruby Skye, Tuesday beginning at 8:30pm. Reserve your wristband here, and don’t forget to pick it up at the Cadence booth 1930 before noon on Tuesday. For a complete listing of Cadence activities at DAC, click here.
Guest Partner Blogger:
ARM welcomes its wealth of Partners in the ARM Connected Community (CC) to submit guest blogs to be published on our multiple community blogs. If interested in participating please submit email inquiries to Tell.Us@arm.com.
The ARM Connected Community (CC) is an extensive ecosystem covering all aspects of ARM processor-based design, from chip implementation through to system and device design. The CC provides a platform for collaborative innovation, with multiple types of forums for members to work with one another, and with customers, to solve industry challenges, all with the purpose of enabling designers to focus on differentiating features and an accelerated time-to-market for ARM powered solutions.
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