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TOPIC AREA: GENERAL INTEREST
Keynote Address at 9:00am
Comparing the original ARM design of 1985 to those of today’s latest microprocessors, Mike will look at how far has design come and what EDA has contributed to enabling these advances in systems, hardware, operating systems, and applications and how business models have evolved over 25 years. He will then speculate on the needs for scaling designs into solutions for 2020 from tiny embedded sensors through to cloud based servers which together enable the internet of things. He will look at what are the major challenges that need to be addressed to design and manufacture these systems and proposes some solutions.
Mike Muller was one of the founders of ARM. Before joining the Company, he was responsible for hardware strategy and the development of portable products at Acorn Computers and was part of the original ARM design team. He was previously at Orbis Computers who developed network computers. At ARM he was VP, Marketing from 1992 to 1996 and EVP, Business Development until October 2000 when he was appointed Chief Technology Officer. In October 2001, he was appointed to the board of ARM Holdings plc.
Speaker: Mike Muller - ARM, Inc., Cambridge, United Kingdom