The third day of Linaro Connect Budapest 2017 (BUD17) had a theme of networking and the two morning keynotes were right on point for this topic. The first keynote of the day was by Björn Ekelund, who is Head of Hardware and Device Technology at Ericsson Research. Mr. Ekelund’s keynote was titled: Human communication, a niche use case in 5G. He spoke about how the fifth generation mobile communications network is optimized for connected and intelligent machines. To watch his keynote please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmHrMa7Hq68 

The second keynote of the morning was by David Abdurachmanov, who is part of Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, and Jakob Blomer, a computer scientist in the scientific software group at CERN in Geneva. They gave a keynote titled: High Energy Physics and ARMv8 64-bit? Investigating The Future of Computing at CERN. Their talk contained information about future (a timeline of 10 years) computation needs for LHC experiments and the more recent progress done by ATLAS, CernVM and CMS teams on using ARMv8 64-bit/AArch64. To watch this keynote on YouTube go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71Yco-mTaYI

Linaro Connects are about collaboration and learning but they are also about socializing. In addition to the traditional breaks in the day and informal hacking sessions held each day there are also many evening events that allow attendees to network with their peers and get to know the other attendees as well as experience some of the local culture.  On Tuesday evening there was an event at the Opera Cafe in Budapest where attendees were treated to a great performance.

Below is a list of the keynotes and sessions that took place on Wednesday along with links to the materials that are available. Keep checking back to the Linaro Connect resources page as we will continue to update it as more materials become available: http://connect.linaro.org/resources/

Wednesday

Speaker

Track

BUD17-300K1: Human communication, a niche use case in 5G

Björn Ekelund

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BUD17-300K2: High Energy Physics and ARMv8 64-bit? Investigating The Future of Computing at CERN

Jakob Blomer, David Abdurachmanov

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BUD17-300: Journey of a packet

Maxim Uvarov

LNG

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BUD17-301: Zeno’s paradox: Optimizing KVM/ARM

Christoffer Dall

Virtualization

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BUD17-302: LLVM Internals #2

Renato Golin, Peter Smith, Diana Picus, Omair Javaid, Adhemerval Zanella

Toolchain

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BUD17-303: The Swarm on the Edge: Pushing “IoT” to the next step

Marcelo Knörich Zuffo

LITE

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BUD17-304: ODP IPsec offload panel

Zoltan Kiss, Gergely Pongracz

LNG

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BUD17-305: Implementing contiguous page hint for anonymous pages in user space

Bamvor Jian Zhang

Kernel

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BUD17-306: ODP IPsec offload panel

Bill Fischofer, Bala Manoharan, Nikhil Agarwal, Bogdan Pricope, Petri Savolainen

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BUD17-307: SCHED_DEADLINE: ongoing development and new features

Juri Lelli

Power Management

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BUD17-309: IRQ prediction

Daniel Lezcano

Power Management

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BUD17-310: Introducing LLDB for linux on Arm and AArch64

Omair Javaid

Toolchain

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BUD17-311: Cross distro BoF

Wookey

LEG

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BUD17-312: Linux networking and I/O – BoF

Francois Ozog, Ivan Khoronzhuk, Dmitry Eremin-Solenikov

LNG

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BUD17-313: BoF – Device Tree and Secure Firmware

Joakim Bech, Jens Wiklander

Security

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BUD17-315: Hyperscaling applications with Kubernetes on ARM

Tyler Baker

LTD

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BUD17-317: LAVA Migration – 2017

Neil Williams

LAVA

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BUD17-318: Navigating the ABI for the ARM Architecture

Peter Smith

Toolchain

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BUD17-320: High resolution data plane timers

Brian Brooks

LNG

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BUD17-323: DynInst on arm64 – Status

Itaru Kitayama

LEG

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BUD17-324: System Trace Tools

Serge De-Paoli

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BUD17-TR04: Kernel Debug Stories

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BUD17-321: OCTO BoF: Embedded Graphics

Andrea Gallo

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