Andes Introduces power-efficient CPU for high-performance Linux, Communications and Embedded Processing applications
Andes Technology, one of EEtimes’ Silicon
60 companies, will introduce their latest low-power, high performance CPU
core, companion platform IPs, and Linux embedded system development solutions.
This fully-synthesizable, power-efficient CPU core can achieve a speed of 1GHz
using standard 40nm process technology and it is ideal for running high
performance embedded SoC applications such as: embedded Linux devices,
Communications & Data Plane engines, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
(ADAS) and others. Linux is popular for all kinds of embedded system since it
offers great reliability and wide range of software packages. To help customers
build embedded devices efficiently, Andes provides complete solution including
user-friendly graphical IDE, rich software stack and debugging tools, and
convenient evaluation platforms.
Estimated length: 40
minutes + 10 minutes Q&A
Developers and managers who are interested in a
power-efficient, high-performance CPU for embedded Linux systems or other SoC
What attendees will learn:
- Advanced features for high-performance microprocessors
- Development environment and platform for embedded SoC development
- Debugging tools and methodology for Linux applications
- Complete Linux solution from Andes Technology and our company overview
Chuan-Hua Chang, Director, RD/Architecture, Andes Technology
Chang is the Director of the R&D/Architecture division of Andes Technology
and is responsible for CPU architecture definition, design, and development. Dr.
Chang has a long history in CPU and DSP architecture and development including
several 64-bit microprocessor designs. He has been a key member of teams at:
- Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), SoC Technology
- Intel’s Massachusetts Microprocessor Design Center
- DEC/Compaq’s Alpha Processor Design Center
Dr. Chang received his Ph.D and M.S. from the EECS department of University
of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He received his B.S. from National Tsing Hua
University in Taiwan.
Kevin I-Cheng Chen, Senior Architect, Andes Technology
Dr. Chen is
responsible for the system architecture definition of Andes processors. Prior to
joining Andes, he has held a variety of management and engineering positions at
Mstar Semiconductor and several Silicon Valley companies including nVidia Corp.
and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). He was also co-founder at two startups in both
Silicon Valley and Taiwan. He has been involved in the design of more than 30
SoC Chips and holds multiple U.S. patents. Dr. Chen received his B.S. in
Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University, M.S. in Computer
Engineering from Princeton University, and Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from
University of Michigan.
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