September 15, 2010 10:14 ET

Seven Sessions to Provide Power Architecture® Design Insights at The Linley Tech Processor Conference

AppliedMicro, Freescale, IBM and LSI to Present Sessions That Focus on Power Architecture-Based Solutions and Designs

PISCATAWAY, NJ--(Marketwire - September 15, 2010) -, the open collaborative organization that enables, develops and promotes standards for Power Architecture® technology, today announced seven sessions at The Linley Tech Processor Conference that will offer attendees unique insights and practical design tips for working with Power Architecture technology. The event, sponsored by AppliedMicro (Premier Sponsor), Freescale and LSI, (Platinum Sponsors), and (Gold Sponsor), takes place September 27 - 28th at the Double Tree Hotel in San Jose.

"The continued participation by leading authorities from members of continues to strengthen the value of The Linley Tech Processor Conference every year," said Linley Gwennap, president and principle analyst of The Linley Group. "Attendees have come to expect that the newest information and advancements of Power Architecture technology and solutions will be featured in presentations in a practical and insightful manner."

Sessions addressing Power Architecture technology and solutions include:

High-Performance Multicore Processors

  • The IBM Power Edge of Network Processor: A Wire-Speed System-on-a-Chip with 16 Power Cores / 64 Threads and Optimized Acceleration, IBM
  • Deterministic Multicore Is No Longer an Oxymoron: New Architecture for Communications and Enterprise Applications, LSI
  • A Next-Generation Multicore SoC, AppliedMicro

Session: Software

  • Software Scalability for Embedded Systems: Finding New Ways to Create Software That Scales From One Core to Many Cores, Freescale

Security Processing

  • If You Can't Trust Your Embedded Processor, Who Can You Trust?: How Advanced Embedded Technologies Can Help Optimize Platform Security, Freescale
  • Why Next Gen Intelligent and Secure Networks will Require A New Breed Of Hardware Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Processors, LSI

High-Speed Embedded Processors

  • Managing System Power Using SoCs, AppliedMicro and sponsor member companies invite you to visit their booths during the Grand Reception and Exhibits, Monday, September 27th, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

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"The Linley Tech Processor Conference has become a go-to event for leading-edge information on processors and related technologies for networking and communications applications," said Kaveh Massoudian, CTO, Strategic Alliance, IBM. " and its members consistently share the latest news and developments about products and design solutions based on Power Architecture technology at this well-respected industry forum."

The presentations by members of at The Linley Tech Processor Conference demonstrate continued progress on the recently announced Power Architecture® Silicon Roadmap ( which signaled continued leadership in the 32-bit MPU and 32-bit CPU markets. The cover story of the August 2010 Microprocessor Report, "PowerPC Covers the Highs and Lows," provides an in-depth look at Power Architecture technology and the roadmap. The complete article can be found at

Since 2005 when was founded, the organization has leveraged its members' expertise and commitment to deliver new standards, programs and increased business value to the design engineering community, while growing as an organization. The ecosystem is an open community comprised of companies that design, develop, build and support wide breadth of Power Architecture expertise and solutions including microprocessors, design tools, hardware vendors, software, OEM and foundries. 

Collaborative innovation is the hallmark of the community. Power Architecture technology offers the broadest market and application coverage of any instruction set architecture available. The 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. For information, visit

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