EE Times editors turned out in force earlier this week at ARM TechCon, the processor IP giant's annual technical conference in Santa Clara, Calif. The conference was heavy on content and news, including ARM's announcement of its forthcoming 64-bit architecture. The event featured more than 85 sessions led by industry experts teaching the latest strategies and techniques for designing or developing with ARM.
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It was standing room only for sessions on ARM's latest technologies—the ARM 7 and the "big-little" core collaboration between it and the upcoming A15.
This is really very good coverage, I felt being at the ARM Techcon 2011. But the interface of producing the content on EETimes website need improvement as it refreshes the entire page upon changing slide and this is very annoying.
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