Arm turns global tech spotlight on AI, 5G and secure IoT
Cambridge’s relentless technology gamechanger, Arm, is exploring the long-term potential of three emergent technologies – AI, 5G and secure IoT – at Arm® TechCon 2019 in San Jose next month.
Chief executive Simon Segars says all these technologies are converging to enable more meaningful data insights and fuel a shift into “a new era of total compute.”
At the epicentre of this convergence is the Arm ecosystem whose technologies spanning multiple sectors – including mobile, infrastructure, automotive, and more – will be showcased at Arm® TechCon 2019 from October 8-10. It is Arm’s 15th annual such event.
Segars says Arm and automotive industry leaders will use the California platform to share insights on progress in developing safe, autonomous vehicle platforms.
The event will also unveil details on how Arm’s total compute vision for addressing the modern compute demands of AI and 5G go beyond CPU.
Also chief on the agenda is how Arm’s IoT offerings are enabling customers to securely scale IoT deployments and unlock new business value from the combination of physical and digital data.
The TechCon event will feature forward-looking insights from Arm technical leaders on a range of topics including transistor scaling, neural networking and security.
More than 100 companies from the Arm ecosystem will discuss, debate, and display how the industry is scaling the power of compute safely and securely, from edge to cloud.
Arm TechCon 2019 will feature keynotes from Arm senior executives and industry experts including:-
- Arm CEO, Simon Segars
- Facebook vice-president and head of silicon and technology engineering, Dr. Sha Rabii
- Mapbox CEO, Eric Gundersen
- Renowned ‘White Hat’ hacker and Cruise Automation principal autonomous vehicle security architect, Charlie Miller
- Arm’s senior vice-president and general manager for Automotive and IoT, Dipti Vachani; senior vice-president and general manager for Infrastructure, Drew Henry; vice-president of technology for IoT Services Group, Kazuki Ohta and Arm fellows Peter Greenhalgh, Greg Yeric and Ian Bratt.
Attendees will include CPU and GPU architects, SoC designers, and hardware and software developers from the world’s largest compute ecosystem.
Arm TechCon 2019 provides more than 60 hours of technical learning and seven technical tracks which reflect the areas of innovation for Arm-based solutions:-
- AI and Machine Learning
- Automotive, Industrial and Functional Safety
- Cloud to Edge Infrastructure
- Trust and Security
- Connected Devices and Cloud Services
- Embedded Software Development
- Chip Design Methodology.
For more details visit armtechcon.com