The Hitex ARM conference has returned for another year, and will be held on the 23rd November at Hilton Warwick.

The conference will focus on the next wave of Cortex-M microcontroller technology, including development for multicore devices and offers the opportunity to spend up to three days immersed in productive technical and educational environments.

The opening keynote will be delivered by Tony Smith, General Product manager, who will deliver the latest changes within ARM in the last 12 months, and how this has affected the development of ARM microcontrollers in terms of software, system trends and technologies. Other keynote speakers will include Joseph Yiu, a senior Cortex-M specialist for ARM, and Elan Tanzer, Senior Product Manager, who will present the ARM Developer Studio 5 toolchain with support for heterogeneous multicore systems.

Further presentations will include the latest innovative developments from key Silicon vendors and leading software providers who will cover the latest hardware developments and practical software techniques. Interestingly, Hitex ARM have decided that all presentations will be technology based, to ensure every visitor will leave having gained real knowledge and value from the day.

With a focused one-day conference and two days of highly-regarded training, where visitors can sign up to courses, the conference aims to give their visitors excellent value on their investment in terms of time and knowledge.
Hitex ARM conference is free-to-attend, and promises to be a conference filled with an informative and packed agenda.

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