Now in its seventh year, ARM TechCon is ranked one of the top three critical events in the embedded sector.
This year, the theme for ARM TechCon – which will be held October 29-31, 2013, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, California – is “Where Intelligence Connects.” This theme is based on connecting software to hardware communities and both groups to ARM Ecosystem Partners and to ARM Technology.
When this uncommon unity of intelligence connects, innovation ignites, leading to progressive design optimization and accelerated time-to-market launches. To make all of this happen, ARM TechCon 2013 will combine sessions for chip designers, system implementation engineers, and software developers in a shared venue, facilitating interaction, learning, and collaboration between the various embedded communities.Call For Papers Now Open!
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