This recently added session may be one of the best attended at ARM TechCon 2014, simply because of the massive potential that 64-bit technology has on transforming the data center.
While the ARM server ecosystem is maturing, the focus now is on enabling developers to create code and test performance with 64-bit ARM microservers to foster broad-based adoption. This session, led by Dell’s Ramesh Radhakrishnan, Senior Principal Engineer and Technologist in the Office of CTO, will discuss how 64-bit ARM technology plays a key role in creating open data centers and enabling open technology. If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of 64-bit technology, or you are responsible for adapting next-generation servers or data centers, this session will explore how the advancement of ARMv8 server system-on-chips will deliver new innovations and freedom of choice to customers. Radhakrishnan will also explain how a well-defined, standards-based platform is instrumental in providing OS portability with a familiar user experience.
Stick with us for this session — it’s on Friday, Oct. 3, at 3:30 pm. See you there!