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Choosing the Correct ARM Processor

Original Air Date: Jun 14, 2011 | Duration: 60 min Webinar
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Overview:
Deciding which ARM® processor to use can be a daunting task. Do I use the Cortex™-M microcontroller family with higher levels of safety or baseband capability of the Cortex-R family, or utilize the blistering performance of the Cortex-A family? What options are available for each family of cores? Should I use a single core or multi-core ARM-based SOC in my platform? What are the benefits for each? With the continued evolution of today's markets and increasingly complex requirements, if I do adopt current technology, is there a tangible roadmap for the future?

Attend this webinar to get the answers to these questions and more. We will give an overview of the ARM portfolio along with the function, features and benefits of each family in the portfolio. Walk away with an understanding of the benefits of using existing and new ARM technology and the information you need to make the correct processor choice for your next design.

Attend this webinar to: 
  • Learn about the new functions and features of the latest ARM processors
  • Find out the benefits of using single core vs. multi-core SoC
  • Understand how to choose the best ARM processor for your application solution
  • Realize the breadth and depth of the ARM portfolio including hardware acceleration, security, virtualization, and tools for code optimization

Presenter:
Ian Forsyth, Product Manager, ARM

Ian Forsyth, Product Manager, based in ARM Austin, TX. Ian was educated in UK as an Electronics Engineer, and recently joined ARM, previously working as a consultant for several start-ups. He has extensive experience in semiconductors from microcontrollers to microprocessors, gained from engineering, marketing and management roles in Motorola and Freescale. His hardware and software background spans multiple companies, cultures, and countries. He enjoys working with ARMs vibrant and dynamic partners with an eye on the system performance and tuning.

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