As the 2nd year of Multicore World starts to take shape, I thought it may be interesting for those that didn’t find themselves just passing to catch a few of last year’s talks. In my talk, I offered a view across ARM multicore technology from its first roots through to big.LITTLE™ and the future of Accelerated Compute. Want to know a little about why multicore in ARM looks the way it does? Catch the video HERE.
John Goodacre, Director of Technology and Systems, ARM. John joined ARM in February 2002 and took responsibility for their platform architecture. Today he is Director of Program Management focused on various programs around the application processor’s technology roadmap including the definition and market development of the ARM MPCore multicore processor technology.
Prior to working at ARM, he specialized in enterprise software having worked for Microsoft for 5 years, firstly as Group Program Manager in the Exchange Server group and latterly as the manager of a team developing mobile phones software.
Graduating from the University of York with a BSc in Computer Science, John has over 20 years experience of realizing new technologies in the engineering industry.
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