This year's ARM TechCon will be held October 30 – November 1, 2012 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
This year's conference will feature more than 100 educational sessions focused on the latest strategies and techniques for designing or developing with ARM cores and IP.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is Friday 27 April!
The conference program will feature dedicated themes for each day of the event providing a comprehensive curriculum and a full agenda of keynotes, technical sessions, demos and hands-on workshops for system designers and software developers. The 2012 tracks are listed below with separate submission forms for Chip Design Day (Day 1) and Software and Systems Design Days (Days 2 and 3).
Chip Design Day
October 30, 2012
- SoC Architecture & Analysis
- SoC Design & Verification
- SoC Design for Power & Performance
- SoC IP
to submit one or more abstracts for the Chip Design DaySoftware and Systems Design Days
October 31 - November 1, 2012
- Android / Open Source
- Compute Platforms
- Developing & Debugging
- Low Power Design
- Microcontroller and Programmable Platforms
- Multimedia Processing: Graphics, Audio & Video
- Networking & Connectivity
- Safety & Security
- Software Optimization on ARM-Powered Systems
- The Fundamentals of ARM
to submit one or more abstracts for the Software and Systems Design Days
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