Call to Arm’s virtual technology showcase
The call for papers is now open for Cambridge technology business Arm’s annual flagship conference which will be held virtually between October 5-9.
Renamed Arm DevSummit (formerly Arm TechCon), the conference brings together the best and the brightest from the Arm ecosystem combined with an expanded focus on technical, hands-on training and insights for software developers and hardware designers.
For the safety and wellbeing of attendees, customers, and employees in the current global pandemic, Arm will deliver the event virtually this year. More details on the program agenda as well as where and how to join the conference will be made available in August.
Arm’s processor designs have enabled intelligent computing in more than 160 billion chips and its technologies now securely power products from the sensor to the smartphone and the supercomputer.
With over 1,000 technology partners, Arm is at the forefront of designing, securing and managing all areas of compute from the chip to the cloud.
CEO Simon Segars said: “The ubiquity of Arm technology puts us in a unique position to help close the gap between software design and hardware development, which is critical to the future of computing.
“Arm DevSummit will be the industry event where our software and hardware ecosystems converge to share best practices, tackle industry challenges, and dive into the latest advancements in mobile, artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, 5G, hyperscale and automotive.”
Arm DevSummit welcomes software designers and hardware developers focused on a diversity of applications including AR/VR, embedded and IoT, autonomous machines, and infrastructure edge computing.
Additionally, the event’s technical program has expanded to target developers working in operating systems and firmware, middleware and runtime, and mobile and device applications.
The 2020 Arm DevSummit agenda will include a series of keynotes, online networking, technical sessions, and workshops. Arm partners and developers can get involved by submitting papers to contribute to more than 78 hours of technical learning across seven key technical tracks. These are:-
- AI in the Real World: From Development to Deployment
- Cloud Native Developer Experience
- The Journey to Autonomous
- Creating the Next Generation of Interactive Experiences
- Building the IoT: Efficient, Secure, and Transformative Software Development
- Chip Design Methodology
- Infrastructure of Modern Computing
You can submit your paper at devsummit.arm.com/call-for-papers
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