Linaro Connect USA 2013 Begins- Monday Recap
Linaro Connect USA 2013 opened on Monday 28 October and is being held in Santa Clara, California. LCU13 kicked off with Linaro’s CEO, George Grey announcing that Linaro has joined the Open Compute Project (OCP) and will contribute the LAVA LMP (Linaro Multi-purpose probe) to the foundation. Linaro has become the place where a broad cross-section of companies collaborate on the future of Linux software on ARM-based servers. Linaro’s intention in joining OCP is to bring together the hardware and software discussion and help accelerate the release of more efficient server solutions.
In addition to the announcement about OCP Mr. Grey gave a presentation discussing “Servers to the Internet of Things”. Linaro also had two guest speakers, Dong Wei, HP Fellow, UEFI Forum VP (Chief Executive) and ACPI SIG Secretary, who discussed “Enabling next generation configuration and power management on ARM” and Jim Zemlin from the Linux Foundation.
There were several sessions that took place on Monday after the keynotes had concluded. These sessions included:
- Opening Keynote: View Video, Download Presentation
- ARM SoC Tree Status, Maintenance & Future: View Video, Download Presentation
- Introduction to ARM Trusted Firmware: View Video, Download Presentation
- New Infrastructure Discussion: Download Presentation
- ARM Performance Optimizations: View Video
- Android not in sync with upstream & external projects: View Video, Download Presentation
- BOF for handling co-processors for PM: View Video
- Power-efficient scheduling, and the latest news from the kernel summit: View Video
- Virtualization Update: View Video,
- World of Unified Memory Management: Download Presentation
On Tuesday Linaro will be kicking off their first official “Crazy Shirt Day” which looks like it will showcase the attendees creative side. Look for pictures on Facebook tomorrow to vote for your favorites.
Linaro Connect is starting today with several exciting keynotes. First up is a fireside chat with Frank Frankovsky and Vijay Rao, both from Facebook. Then Jarmo Hillo Head of Processor Technology at Nokia Solutions and Networks, Technology and Innovations, Research will give a talk about High End Telecom Networking. George Grey is also expected to make a short appearance with a networking-related announcement.
After the keynotes there will be several sessions for attendees to participate in. Including:
|09:30AM||10:00AM||Networking Summit Keynote: Telecom networks – Vision 2020||Keynote||.Auditorium|
|10:05AM||11:00AM||Android upstreaming – status and future||Linux Kernel||.GT America 2|
|10:05AM||11:00AM||High Performance Networking – Deep dive||Networking||.Auditorium|
|10:05AM||11:00AM||LAVA LMP Round Table||Automation and Validation||.GT America 1|
|11:15AM||12:05PM||Clock Bindings||Power Management||.GT America 1|
|11:15AM||12:05PM||Tracing and Debugging for Networking Applications||Networking||.Auditorium|
|11:15AM||12:05PM||UEFI Next Steps for Enterprise||Enterprise||.GT America 2|
|12:10PM||01:00PM||Ask a Toolchain Engineer Q&A||Tools||.GT America 1|
|12:10PM||01:00PM||Is UEFI EDK II Ready for Android Mobile?||Android||.GT America 2|
|12:10PM||01:00PM||Discussion on ODP – Fastpath networking applications on Many Core SoCs||Networking||.Auditorium|
Can’t make it to Santa Clara? Don’t worry. Check out below how you can participate remotely and watch the sessions via the Google +Linaro On Air or YouTube accounts. There will be links to the live stream in each session descriptions. For more information on Remote Participation please visit the Linaro Connect website.