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Design with Systems in Mind


Oct 19
15:30 - 16:00

SPEAKERS

Compute complexity is increasing and it’s becoming harder to deliver ever more power-efficient and cost-effective devices. Arm’s approach starts with the system, co-developing hardware, software, and tools that work better together.

In this keynote, learn how Arm’s cohesive approach can enhance cloud and high-performance edge systems. Follow Arm’s own journey as we migrate our engineering workflows to cloud servers and realize increased throughput at lower power.

And as we look to the future, hear how we can achieve our ultimate mission: to reduce energy consumption and lower carbon emissions wherever compute happens.
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