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Multicore Expo

Next week, the 5th annual Multicore Expo will take place in combination with ESC in San Jose, California.

Working in conjunction with ESC, the Multicore Expo will provide attendees with three days of dedicated multicore technology training options and an increased number of multicore-related exhibits, including:
Technical Tracks Covering Key Areas of Multicore Development

  • Resolving Multicore Debug Challenges
  • Applying Multicore to Networking and Telecom
  • Development and Debug with Virtual Platforms
  • Multicore Software Techniques
  • Legacy Migration
  • Parallelization and Application Partitioning
  • Multicore Operating Environments
  • Multicore System Development
  • Visions of Virtualization

Educational Panel Discussions
  • Parallelization Strategies: Finding the Silver Bullet
  • Insightful Debugging or Disastrous Delusions
  • It's (Almost) 5pm. Time for a Multicore?

Additionally, the ESC will feature a variety of sessions of interest to embedded developers, including:

  • Designing with Open-Source Software, including Linux and Android
  • Developing for Windows Embedded
  • Microprocessors/Microcontrollers/DSPs
  • Networking and Connectivity
  • Operating System Selections, Tips and Tricks

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