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Chip Design Methodology

Track Overview

Modern chip design has moved beyond silicon. Demands for increasingly complex multicore, secure, and low-power and systems are increasing while designers are leveraging new processor and offload schemes to deliver efficient, targeted solutions.

Track Highlights

At Arm DevSummit you’ll get deep insight into design approaches, tools and enabling software that development teams need to build, deploy and manage the world’s best performing semiconductors and systems.

Keynote Presentation from Arm Executives Rene Haas and Richard Grisenthwaite on What’s Ahead for Developers

Technical Sessions on developing your own co-processors, SoCs and ASICs containing multiple CPUs

Panel Discussions on 3D-IC technology, platform security and cloud-based design and verification

Networking, Office Hours with Experts in Chip Design, Resource Libraries and More

Hear from Top Technologists on Chip Design and IP

What’s ahead for developers and chip designers regardless of focus and application? See a preview of Arm’s plans for ushering in a new era of solutions-based computing to meet the requirements of our data-driven world.

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Simon Segars

Simon has driven technical and business innovations to help transform the company into the leading architect of the most pervasive compute technology the world has ever seen.

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Simon Segars
Chief Executive Officer, Arm

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Rene Haas

Rene took over management of IPG in January 2017 and is responsible for all IPG activities including product development, engineering, sales, marketing, and commercial operations.

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Rene Haas
President, IP Products Group (IPG), Arm

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Richard Grisenthwaite

Richard Grisenthwaite is responsible for the long-term evolution of the Arm architecture and has led the architecture since the introduction of Armv6 in 2001.

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Richard Grisenthwaite
Senior Vice President, Chief Architect & Fellow, Arm

Hands-on Workshops and
Engineering Accreditation

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Workshops Plus

$79 each

Workshop Plus sessions provide hands-on experience in areas such as implementing machine learning, protecting against security vulnerabilities and deploying IoT devices. Several of these sessions include development kits. Each Workshop Plus session is an add-on to registration, $79 each.

Additional technical workshops are available within the full conference agenda at no charge.

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IEEE Certification

$25

Boost your expertise and career with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer (IEEE) Certification. Whether you’re looking to maintain your license or enhance your resume, you can accrue IEEE professional development hours (PDHs) and continuing education units (CEUs) throughout the seven-track program. This valuable accreditation is an add-on available for an additional $25.

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