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Developing and Deploying Cortex-A78AE-based Software in Critical Systems


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Global Technology Director
Available from October 6

The amount of software controlling critical systems is rising – from cars to utility grids to aircraft – and is consolidating from smaller processors to high-performance central compute units.

This session addresses pivotal design questions for software architectures and the Cortex-A78AE in critical systems: Addressing processor determinism, multicore interference, open source; Software approaches to mitigate performance/reliability risks; Lessons from today’s deployed life-critical systems.
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