multicore-challenge-logoDon’t miss your chance to register for free for the 2014 Multicore Challenge Conference  which will take place on 23 September 2014 at the UWE Conference Centre in Bristol.

Now in its fifth year this conference and tools event centres around the challenges and opportunities presented by building products based on multiple cores – from embedded products and PC applications to mobile phones and high performance compute clusters.

This year’s main themes are Architectures, Languages and Multicore for Mobile. Steve Felix of Nvidia will present the Multicore for Mobile theme with speakers from Gamebench, Imagination and local-area startup Blu Wireless. Professor David May and Simon McIntosh-Smith of Bristol University will lead the themes on architectures and languages respectively.

“The Multicore Challenge conference lets you hear from present day innovators including XMOS, Imagination, Nvidia, Cray, Infineon and Huawei”

 

The Multicore Challenge conference is always very practical in nature, and you can take part in tool demonstrations – you can attend three 30 minute demos from a variety of vendors, including Allinea Software, Codeplay, Gamebench, Lauterbach, Rapita Systems, ZenoTech, XMOS, and ARM.

It’s no surprise the conference is always held in the Bristol and Bath region as Mike Bartley, CEO and founder of TVS and the Multicore Challenge organiser explains: “The Multicore Challenge conference is built on the South West of England’s international reputation as a hub for multicore research and development, both from legacy companies such as Inmos and Division, as well as a vast array of present day innovators including XMOS, Imagination, Nvidia, Cray, Infineon and Huawei.”

“The Multicore Challenge has become the leading forum for discussing the latest multicore developments and the ideal opportunity to network with like-minded experts”

 

He adds: “The calibre of the keynote presenters at this year’s event confirms the UK’s position as one of the world’s top locations for multicore research and development. This is why the Multicore Challenge has become the leading forum for discussing the latest multicore developments and the ideal opportunity to network with like-minded experts.”

Register for free for the 2014 Multicore Challenge Conference. Follow #MulticoreChallenge on Twitter for the latest about the event.