SAN FRANCISCO, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Electronics' EE Times presented Multicore: Making Multicore Work for You on Thursday, March 24, 2011. The virtual event is targeted to engineers, managers, designers, developers and programmers. The event was powered by UBM Studios and is now available on demand.
The virtual event drew 1679 registrants and 552 live attendees. In addition, attendees stayed in the environment for an average of 2 hours and 33 minutes.
Multicore processors are forcing a rethink of hardware design as well as programming practices. The virtual event will highlight how engineers, managers, designers, developers and programmers decide on multiple identical CPU cores or a mix of difference CPU cores for each task; the best way to harness all the horsepower; and whether or not multicore chips really reduce power consumption. Whatever the answers, multicore isn't going away -- it's a design reality.
Rick Merritt, Editor at Large, EE Times and Jim Turley, Principal Analyst, Silicon Insider serve as the virtual conference's co-chairs.
In the Auditorium, the keynote presentation "Multicore, Meganonsense, and the Future, if We Get It Right" will be presented by Yale Patt, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Centennial Chair in Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin. In addition, the event tracks include: High-End Multicore Chips: How Much Performance Can You Get?; Simple Matter of Programming: Software for Multicore; and Highly Integrated Multicore Chips: Balancing Power, Price, and Peripherals.
The event also offers an Exhibit Hall with booths from platinum sponsor WindRiver; gold sponsor Intel; and supporting sponsor Mentor Embedded.
In the Networking Lounge event attendees were able to chat with peers one-on-one or in group chats.
To attend the virtual event, click here. The event will be on demand for six months.
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