The Linley Tech Processor Conference will feature Power Architecture products, solutions, and technology presentations by Power.org. The event will take place September 16-17, 2009 at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose. Power.org will present and demonstrate new developments on Power Architecture technology, queuing and traffic management requirements in the next generation SoCs, innovative energy management strategies in embedded processor SoCs, multicore processor cache and subsystem for networking and storage, and multicore architecture for communications applications.
Linley Tech Processor Conference Topics
- Multicore processors
- Single/Dual-core processors
- High-speed embedded processors
- Communication processors
- Processor IP
- Home gateway processors
- Software for embedded processors
- Processor performance
- Key function units in microprocessors
- Processor ecosystems
- Network and platform security
The two-day event will provide designers with in-depth information from Power Architecture industry leaders on the newest chips and technologies used in networking and communications applications. Attendees will have the opportunity for one-to-one discussions with experts from Power.org and its member companies during the Grand Reception, September 16th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Power Architecture Presentations
- Market Drivers and Enabling Technologies for Multicore Processors, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
- A Deterministic Multicore Architecture for Communications Applications, LSI Corporation
- Key Features of the Power Architecture, Power.org
- Introduction to the New High-Performance IBM PowerPC Core, IBM
- Multicore Processor Cache and Subsystem Design for a High-Performance PowerPC Targeting Networking and Storage, LSI Corporation
- Queuing and Traffic Management requirements in Next Generation SoCs, Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (AMCC)
- Meeting Energy Efficiency Standards with Innovative Energy Management Strategies in Embedded Processor SoCs, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
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