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Power-Efficient Processor Cores for Embedded Controllers From a CPU subsystem perspective

Original Air Date: Mar 28, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Andes Technology will present an introduction to their latest power-efficient CPU and MCU core solutions and discuss how to reduce overall SOC power consumption while delivering high-levels of application performance. These licensable IP solutions are in volume production today and used in hundreds of millions of low-power devices. The webinar will cover items such as:

  • Total energy consumption
  • Efficiency-driven design
  • Power management to exploit efficiency
  • Performance throttling

Solutions to reducing power will consider both CPU/MCU as well as application-level and subsystem considerations.

Estimated length: 40 minutes presentation + 10 minutes Q&A

What the registrant will learn by attending the webinar:
  • Power management to meet power requirement and deliver lower energy.
  • Techniques to reduce energy consumption from program code memory.
  • Power-efficient processor design and preview of the most power-efficient 32-bit processor core.
  • Andes Technology Corporation overview and our power-efficient AndesCoreā„¢ processor families and subsystems.
Presenter:
Dr. Charlie Hong-Men Su, CTO and Sr. RD VP, Andes Technology
Dr. Su cofounded Andes 8 years ago in Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan. He has been in charge of Technical Marketing and R&D organizations, covering product definition, product development, and product marketing. Before Andes, he worked for Taiwan's leading Design Service and IP company, Faraday Technology, for 18 months. Previously, he spent 12 years in management and engineering positions in several Silicon Valley companies including Sun Microsystems, Afara Websystems (acquired by Sun), C-Cube Microsystems, MIPS (Silicon Graphics) and Intergraph Corp., working on processors, multimedia and networking. Dr. Su received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from NTU, M.S. in Computer Science from NTHU, both in Taiwan, and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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MartinSimo Posted Mar 18, 2013

Why can't I register even though I provided my company email?

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Al Avner Rietti Posted Mar 27, 2013

I have had problems too... try a different browser.

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