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Linaro announcements at YVR18


Linaro Connect YVR18 has finally arrived! The week-long event came off to a great start on Monday with Linaro CEO George Grey’s keynote in which he took the opportunity to...

Linaro
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The Boot Problem


Quoting Tim O’Reilly - ‘Evolution breeds not a single winner, but diversity’. This is very true and diversity is one of the hallmarks of the Arm ecosystem. For any given...

David Rusling
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The emerging AI Deep Learning Neural Network Ecosystem and why we need to collaborate


The AI deep learning neural network ecosystem is just getting started and has similar implications with open source as GPU and video accelerators had in the early days with user...

Linaro
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Datacentre and cloud sessions at Linaro Connect YVR18


Three weeks to go until Linaro Connect Vancouver 2018! We have got lots of great technical sessions lined up around Datacenter and Cloud, covering a range of topics from high-core-count...

Linaro
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Join us at the AI & Neural Networks on Arm Summit


At Linaro Connect Hong Kong 2018, Linaro CEO George Grey announced the strategic initiative Machine Intelligence. The aim of the initiative is to provide best in class deep learning performance...

Linaro
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Its a wrap - Highlights from the HPC Workshop


A couple of weeks ago Linaro hosted an HPC Workshop at Huawei’s offices in Santa Clara with coffee breaks and lunch sponsored by HiSilicon and an afternoon reception sponsored by...

Linaro
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SVE in QEMU's linux-user mode


Arm’s innovative Scalable Vector Extension instructions are a new set of instructions designed for data-heavy supercomputing applications. Superficially they are similar to the existing NEON/AdvSIMD instructions in that they allow...

Alex Bennée
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Why Reorganise Linaro?


I am as fascinated by how an organisation works as I am by how a code base works. What I learnt in Arm, as it evolved during my time there,...

David Rusling
Blog
10 mins read

SVE in QEMU's linux-user mode


Arm’s innovative Scalable Vector Extension instructions are a new set of instructions designed for data-heavy supercomputing applications. Superficially they are similar to the existing NEON/AdvSIMD instructions in that they allow...

Alex Bennée