Power.org, ENEA, Freescale Semiconductor, and IBM are offering two educational webinars. The first webinar, QorIQ Qonverge – Complete Wireless Solutions for Small to Large Cells, will take place March 24 at 2:00 pm CT. It will be hosted by ENEA and Freescale Semiconductor. The second webinar, HPC – Innovative technologies for power management based on Power Architecture, will take place March 29 at 10:00 am CT. It will be hosted by IBM. The two webcasts are ideal for people dealing with power management issues in embedded mobile networking and high performance compute (HPC) applications.
QorIQ Qonverge – Complete Wireless Solutions for Small to Large Cells
This wireless/mobility webinar will address trends in wireless network, challenges facing industry and introduce Freescale new QorIQ Qonverge portfolio that integrates leading Power Architecture communications and DSP processor technologies to realize true “base station-on-chip.” The webcast will also describe common architecture for femtocell to macrocell solutions and articulate on key areas of differentiation in terms of cost, power reduction and scalability. The online seminar will be co-presented by Stephen Turnbull, Freescale’s high performance embedded processor portfolio manager, and Magnus Gille, Director of Product Enablement at ENEA.
HPC – Innovative technologies for power management based on Power Architecture
This high performance computing webcast will provide high level view of architecture and focus on differentiated technologies introduced in HPC based on Power Architecture supported by examples. With the BG/Q prototype, which is number 1 on Green500, IBM is on track to break the 2GFlokps/Watt barrier, about 4x more than any system based on conventional CPUs. With innovative software, IBM systems in 2011 will be able to consume just the power they need to match the performance and energy targets set by the system administrator. The event will be presented by Dr. Luigi Brochard, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Deep Computing Worldwide Solution Architect.