System IP from ARM is the foundation for building better systems. It helps designers to build systems that offer high performance, but are also power efficient and reliable. System IP is configurable so you can use it for many different applications; from IoT, to mobile, to server SoCs.
At ARM TechCon this year, we’ll be demonstrating how our validated and optimized interconnects, security IP, subsystems and system controllers allow you to build better systems, faster!
Learn more about system IP by attending our various talks and sponsored sessions, delivered by ARM system IP experts. Check out the full list of talks below:
Tuesday, October 25
11:30am - 12:20pm - NEW ARM TECHNOLOGIES FOR A MORE SECURE IOT
Mike Eftimakis (ARM) and Mayank Sharma (ARM) will demonstrate how the new ARM v8-M architecture enables the development of efficient secure embedded/IoT systems. They will show how ARM’s innovative solutions can reduce effort and cost for designers, while improving security. The talk is aimed at system architects, SoC designers, product designers, software developers and managers.
Wednesday, October 26
10:30am - 11:20am - EVOLVING IP CONFIGURABILITY AND THE NEED FOR INTELLIGENT IP CONFIGURATION
Simon Rance (ARM) will show a solution whereby an intelligent IP configuration flow can be developed and employed to make IP integration and system assembly more scalable and easier to manage. He will demonstrate how to leverage intelligent IP configuration to make the downstream IP integration process simplified and highly automated. The presentation is suitable for all audiences.
4:30pm - 5:20pm - SECURING THE INTERNET OF THINGS - A GUIDE FOR NON-SECURITY EXPERTS
This presentation will be from Rob Coombs (ARM) and Phil Attfield (Sequitur Labs). They will look at how security is now an essential part of connected devices. They will discuss the range of tools and techniques available to protect devices. They will explore communication security, isolation, storage and management of critical assets, and device lifecycle management.
4:30pm - 5:20pm – FROM IOT IDEA TO SILICON, FASTER!
On Wednesday afternoon, Mike Eftimakis (ARM) will be joining Ian Dennison (Cadence) to talk about the need to be first-to-market in the IoT space. They will show how ARM and Cadence have teamed-up to provide design tools, IP, methodology, servers and storage in a new Cadence® Hosted Design Solution for IoT and ARM® Cortex®-M0 SoC design. Join this talk to see how you can get a time-to-silicon advantage using ARM and Cadence solutions.
Thursday, October 27
10:30am – 11:20am – UNLOCK THE POTENTIAL OF CORTEX-A SYSTEMS WITH ARM'S NEXT-GENERATION SYSTEM IP
In this talk, ARM’s Jeff Defilippi will talk about the new CoreLink CMN-600 and DMC-620, which create ARM's 3rd generation coherent backplane IP. He’ll also discuss CCIX, the new open standard for multi-chip coherency. He will explore how the new IP provide a high performance coherent memory system for compute and acceleration, simplfying software development and system deployment across the performance continuum.
1:30pm - 2:20pm – FAST, SCALABLE AND ENERGY-EFFICIENT IO SOLUTIONS FOR ARM-BASED SOCS
In this joint presentation between ARM and Cadence, Ashwin Matta (ARM), Gopi Krishnamurthy (Cadence Design Systems) and Andrew Swaine (ARM) will all provide a broad understanding of ARM's SMMU and GIC controllers, addressing virtualization and interrupt management requirements. They will describe integration and performance optimization with Cadence's PCIe RC controller and how it delivers best-in-class IO solutions for ARM-based system. This presentation will be suitable for people who have a basic understanding of PCIe or similar IO protocols to communicate between chips.
2:30pm - 3:20pm - ACCELERATING INFRASTRUCTURE SOC TIME-TO-MARKET
On Thursday, Mario Cooper (ARM) will help the audience gain an understanding of the Infrastructure Reference Data work at ARM. He will show how it can help reduce SoC design risk and development costs, plus how it’s helping our partners to get their infrastructure SoCs to market faster. The talk is suitable for all audiences.
3:30pm - 4:20pm – MODELLING PERFORMANCE USE CASES WITH TRAFFIC PROFILES OVER ARM AMBA INTERFACES
In this final talk, Jeff Defilippi will join Yaron Serfaty (Cadence Design Systems) and Stewart Penman (Cadence). The presentation will introduce traffic profiles; a mechanism that uses a simple set of high-level parameters to define a traffic profile. A combination of these profiles can realistically model the traffic driven by different IP blocks over ARM AMBA interfaces.
The system IP team really hope you’ll join us at some of these sessions at ARM TechCon, we look forward to meeting you! If you have any questions, leave us a comment below and we will come back to you ASAP.