Arm DevSummit - Arm’s new flagship annual conference brought the best of Arm TechCon with an expanded focus of the technical conference for both software developers and hardware designer’s communities. It was a replacement for the long running Arm TechCon(15+ Years) with a new focus on software developers. Arm DevSummit 2020 virtual conference brought engineers and developers from both software and hardware into one place to learn, exchange knowledge, discuss real-world use cases and solutions and get hands-on with expert-led, deep-dive trainings and workshops.
Colin O'Flynn is an embedded designer turned hardware hacker, who started the open-source ChipWhisperer project. ChipWhisperer aims to bring side-channel power analysis and fault injection to every engineer & lab. He completed a PhD in electrical engineering at Dalhousie University on the topic of embedded security, and currently works at his start-up NewAE Technology, Inc. in Halifax, Canada.
Pareena is the Technical Specialist for Arm Cycle Models in the Development Solutions Group at Arm. As product specialist at Arm and solutions architect at Carbon Design Systems prior to that, she has worked with Arm’s partners and SoC architects around the world to design system-level virtual prototyping solutions for early IP evaluation,performance analysis and software bring-up.
Simon Segars serves as Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Segars has worked for Arm Ltd (known as Arm Holdings Plc prior to 2017), a designer and provider of microprocessors, software development tools and related technologies that was publicly held until its acquisition by SoftBank Group Corp. in September 2016. Mr. Segars has served as Arm’s Chief Executive Officer since July 2013 and as a member of its board of directors since 2005. Mr. Segars also has served as a member of SoftBank Group Corp.’s board of directors since June 2017. He served as President of Arm in 2013 before being promoted to Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Segars held the position of Executive Vice President and General Manager, Physical IP Division, from 2007 to 2012. Prior senior roles at Arm include Executive Vice President, Engineering; Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales; and Executive Vice President, Business Development. Mr. Segars received his Bachelors in Electronic Engineering from the University of Sussex, and obtained a Masters of Computer Science from the University of Manchester. In recognition of his extraordinary lifetime accomplishments Mr. Segars was conferred an Honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Sussex in 2019. In addition to serving on Arm and SoftBank Group Corp.’s boards of directors, Mr. Segars currently serves on the boards of directors of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (where he serves as Vice Chairman) and the UK’s TechWorks.
Program highlights were included immersive keynotes from Arm, Netflix, Volkswagen, Microsoft, and more, technical sessions and workshops where software developers and hardware designers can advance their skills to the next level (latest advancements in mobile, HPC, autonomous technology, AI, ML, IoT and chip design).
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