Current activities and developments for future ARM core led by Linaro from mobile to server

Registered by LPC Submitter on 2012-05-16

Akirs Tsukamoto (<email address hidden>)

 ARM is widely used application processor core in recent years and it is
important to have Linux running on ARM. However, as Linus Torvalds have
addressed in the kernel mailing list in the early of last year, there are
many issues need to be addressed to keep the ARM support in the Linux kernel.
The presentation will discuss current status of developments for future
ARM core led by Linaro, such as device-tree, UMM, Multiarch, big.LITTLE
and 64bit ARMv8. Expected audiences are from engineers to managers in
embedded, mobile, automotive and server industries.

Akira Tsukamoto participated on various project managements and software
developments with background on Linux kernel, Internet streaming and IP
telephony. He used to lead a project of Linux on Cell/B.E for PlayStation 3
at Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.(SCEI). His first patch accepted to the
main line kernel was around 2002 for 2.5 kernel. he built his career in
the area of hardware-level programming for Linux kernel to VoIP technology.

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