July 05, 2011 13:25 ET Presents "Multi-Core Application and Performance: Protecting OEMs' Software Investment" Webinar

AppliedMicro and Collaborate to Host Multi-Core Webinar July 12th at 10:00 a.m. CT; Webinar to Highlight Design Considerations and Security Features Required for Mission Critical and Sensitive System Applications

PISCATAWAY, NJ--(Marketwire - Jul 5, 2011) - As a part of Power Architecture® technology's 20th anniversary celebration,, the organization that promotes and develops standards for Power Architecture® technology, in collaboration with AppliedMicro, a member of, will offer a webinar focusing on multi-core application and performance. The webinar, scheduled for July 12 at 10:00 a.m. CT, targets architects, software developers, engineering managers, marketers, academia and analysts, focusing on high performance multi-core applications in a market environment demanding reliable software and stack authentication. To register for this complimentary webinar, visit

The webinar will address today's market pressures that demand system manufacturers provide the ability to authenticate application software and stack, ensuring they are the original manufacturer-installed binary. Anti-cloning, code protection, and authentication are among a few security features enabled by system vendors. AppliedMicro's second generation PacketPro™ family of multi-core processors, which will be reviewed, offers secure boot and authentication, live software upgradeability, and state-of-the-art crypto capabilities to address a variety of mission critical and sensitive system applications. The presentation will show how these capabilities can help manufacturers protect long-standing investments in application software and stacks. The session will be presented by Majid Bemanian, the Director of Marketing for AppliedMicro's Processor Business Unit.


Celebrating 20 years of leadership, Power Architecture technology is behind millions of innovative products, including the world's fastest supercomputers, leading video game consoles, and electronic systems in most of today's car models. Every phone call, email and Web page touches hundreds of Power Architecture systems. The open community, formed in 2005, is the organization driving collaborative innovation around Power Architecture technology.'s mission is to optimize interoperability, accelerate innovation and drive increased adoption of this leading processor architecture. For more details, visit

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