MAY 7-8, 2014 - HYATT REGENCY - SANTA CLARA, CA
resolving the technical aspects and business challenges of designing with multicore processors

TARGETING KEY EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS

  • Android
  • Automotive
  • Medical
  • Military/Aerospace
  • Security
  • Smartphones and Tablets
  • Networking and Telecom

MAKING YOU AN EXPERT

  • Applying virtualization technology
  • Debug and Trace
  • Legacy migration
  • SoC design methodologies
  • Software design strategies
  • Performance analysis and optimization

2014 Multicore developers Conference

CO-LOCATED WITH THE IoT DEVELOPERS CONFERENCE

May 7-8, 2014

Registration is Open - Register here


      1. As we prepare for the , it’s clear that multicore technology has become the norm - in both embedded and high-performance computing. However, there’s still much more to learn about the ways in which system developers can utilize the full benefits of multicore devices. A large percentage of this learning relates directly to application-specific design characteristics, whether it be for smart phones, networking and LTE equipment, automobiles, or supersonic fighter jets. On the other hand, regardless of the application, there are many general techniques and concepts that would benefit every system developer
        1. will once again bring you state-of-the-art technical sessions and panel discussions spanning the gamut of domain-specific and general techniques. You’ll also have the opportunity to hear from leading industry VIPs who will provide you with authoritative perspectives on how multicore processor technology will affect your business and product development, and help us look into the future of what multicore will bring.

KEYNOTES

Driving Heterogeneous System Architectures Everywhere - Amit Rohatgi, Imagination Technologies - Vice President of Strategic Marketing
Solving the Networking Puzzle: From IOT to SDN and Everything in Between Tareq Bustami, Freescale – Vice President of Product Management, Digital Networking
Business & Design Implications of the Internet of Things - Gareth Noyes, Wind River - Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development

CTO AND STRATEGIC VIEWPOINTS

  • How Many Cores Does a Smartphone Really Need? - Linley Gwennap, Principal Analyst, The Linley Group
  • There Can Only be One - Andy Fritsch, Director, Foundational Tools, Texas Instruments

EXHIBITORS

Exhibitor Floor Plan

Allseen Alliance, Andes Technology, Atmel, CAST, Cavium, Connect HQ, Cymbet, Eclipse, Green Hills Software, Grid Connect, Electric IMP, Freescale, Grammatech, Green Hills Software, Imagination Technologies, Intel, INSIDE Secure, LynuxWorks, McAfee, Mentor Graphics, Microchip, Qt by Digia, RTI, Semtech, Sonics, Synopsys, SYSGO, Texas Instruments, Warthman, Wind River

INDUSTRY SPONSORS
Multicore Association eembc EECatalog
IEEE Spectrum Embedded Computing

PLATINUM SPONSORs


Intel
Wind River
McAfee
Imagination Technologies

GOLD SPONSOR

Cavium

SILVER SPONSORS

Inside Secure
Sonics
Synopses
Texas Instruments