Alban Rampon

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Le profile ARMv7-M du jeu d’instruction ARM a été créé pour subvenir aux besoins des microcontrolleurs: le maximum de performance, sans sacrifier la taille du silicon et en restant basse consommation. Les Cortex-M avaient déjà le Cortex-M0 pour le plus petit µc et le Cortex-M3 pour plus de performance et avec plus d’instructions disponibles et l’année dernière aussi à Embedded World, ARM a ajouté le Cortex-M4 dans la famille.

(Traduction en Français du blog original sur ARM.com)

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Alban RamponEmbedded Live London nous a montré une nouvelle fois la force des partenariats avec deux stands majeurs : le Pavillon ARM ainsi que la division embarquée de Microsoft (avec aussi des partenaires comme Freescale). Mais commençons tout d’abord par l’AETC (ARM European Technical Conference) qui se tenait à Paris.
En voici mon expérience en quelques lignes…

Here is my first shot on the company blog. I only publish a extract here. On the day, I was also present on Twitter, sending a few of the pictures you see below but also from other booth showing ARM colours…

ARM Cortex-M4 Sphere demo

I arrived in Nuremberg, Germany on Tuesday lunchtime and noticed immediately that the pace in Nuremberg was pretty fast. I spent the first afternoon of Embedded World at the ARM Keil booth assisting with the demo setup. Demos include the video-sphere (displaying the Earth on the photo) based on the Cortex-M3 processor and also a weather station with sensors talking to a web server through a CAN bus. Of course, all were developed using RL-ARM from Keil. continue reading…

It has now been a couple of weeks, but let’s say I have not really had time to get bored… With a bit of travel and friends.

The event went well and we had more than 250 registrations. Of course, as always with online events, not everyone showed up. But still, I think we had around 150 attendees on the call. Quite pleasing for my first webcast.
Of course, I understand that I’m not the individual who brought most of the attendees. But having been with Karen Bartleson, Jim St Leger and Pat was a really great experience.
I also have to applaud Lori Kate for following the call AND tweeting about it all along. continue reading…