NetSpeed Systems Inc., announced today that the company’s chief architect, Joe Rowlands will speak at Linley Mobile Conference, April 22, 2015, in Santa Clara, California. In a session moderated by moderated by Mike Demler, senior analyst at The Linley Group, Joe will present talk about the need for customizable cache-coherency in interconnect IP solutions for mobile applications.
“Mobile devices are adding new functions such as always-on sensors and embedded-vision processors,” said Linley Gwennap, principal analyst of the Linley Group. "The Linley Mobile Conference gives mobile designers the unique opportunity to hear the latest technology details and talk with the processor, IP and software companies enabling these new capabilities."
“Solutions that currently exist in the market are general purpose. These general purpose solutions do not deliver the performance required for the increasingly heterogeneous compute requirements for mobile SoCs. Configurability and focus on reducing latency and area are the key to delivering a best-in-class coherency solution to the mobile market. My talk will focus on discussing these challenges and how NetSpeed Gemini addresses them effectively.”
The Linley Processor Conference will be held April 22 & 23 at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara at 5101 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, Calif.
What: Joe Rowlands, Chief Architect at NetSpeed Systems will present “The next Challenge in SoC Design: Customizable Cache Coherency” at Linley Processor Conference.
When: April 22, 2013, from 10:00 am-11:40am, Day One - Session 1
Who: This session is moderated by The Linley Group's senior analyst Mike Demler. Additional speakers/panelists include K. Charles Janac, CEO, Arteris and Morten Christiansen, Technical Marketing Manager, Synopsys.
Where: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara at 5101 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, Calif. Registration: http://www.linleygroup.com/mobile-conference
About NetSpeed Systems, Inc. NetSpeed Systems provides scalable, coherent, on-chip network IPs to SoC designers for a wide range of markets from mobile to high-performance computing and networking. NetSpeed's on-chip network platform delivers significant time-to-market advantages through a system-level approach, a high level of user-driven automation and state-of-the-art algorithms. NetSpeed Systems was founded in 2011 and is led by seasoned executives from the semiconductor and networking industries. The company is funded by top-tier investors from Silicon Valley. It is based in San Jose, California and has additional research and development facilities in Asia.
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Joe Rowlands is NetSpeed's Chief Architect
The Linley Mobile Conference gives mobile designers the unique opportunity to hear the latest technology details and talk with the processor, IP and software companies enabling these new capabilities.
Whether you are a hardware architect looking for cache coherency solutions to realize your ideas into silicon or a SoC designer looking for a high performance and efficient interconnect or a safety manager looking for solutions to build resilient, fault-tolerant systems—NetSpeed has a solution for you.
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