High-Speed Embedded Linux Processing on an Embedded Power Budget
The use of Linux is increasing in embedded devices designed for digital home, home network, automotive, and storage applications. This requires a higher level of processor performance, but at the same time the power budget for these designs is declining, creating a challenging environment for designers. This presentation will look at a new high-speed processor implementation that is performance- and power-efficient, offering designers a better solution for use in today’s demanding high-performance embedded applications.
Attend this webinar to learn how:
- The DesignWare® ARC® HS38 processor can bring high-performance to your Linux based designs while significantly reducing power consumption
- You can maximize performance and minimize power consumption specifically for each instance of the HS38 on your SoC
- To improve system-level performance and increase the differentiation and value of your product by leveraging the features of the ARC processor
Register for this webinar to understand how you can improve the performance of your high-end SoC designs while controlling power consumption and area.
45 minutes + 10 minutes of Q&A
Attendees Will Learn:
Design engineers, software engineers, managers and system architects developing SoCs for applications such as solid-state drives, connected appliances, automotive controllers, IoT devices, wearable, digital TV, set-top boxes and home networking products.
Sr. Product Marketing Manager, ARC Processors
Mike Thompson is responsible for the definition and marketing of the ARC microprocessor products at Synopsys. Mike has more than 30 years of experience in both the design and support of microprocessors, microcontrollers, IP cores, and the development of embedded applications and tools. He has worked previously for Actel, MIPS, ZiLOG, Philips/Signetics, and AMD. He has a BSEE from Northern Illinois University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.
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