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Migrating SOCs from 8051 to 32-bits

Migrating SOCs from 8051 to 32-bits
by Daniel Nenni on 01-12-2014 at 10:00 pm

The 8051 processor has been widely used in many embedded applications over the past 30 years. While the 8051 core is small and simple-to-use, the newest generation of consumer electronics being developed today often require more than the 8051 MCU can reasonably deliver. New SOC applications such as flash drives, power management chips, sensors controllers, IoT devices, and many others can benefit significantly from a more capable processor. The newest embedded applications are demanding more performance, significantly less power consumption, more programmability, and more numeric precision than the legacy 8051 is able to provide.

 Webinar:
Migrating-SOCs-from-8051-to-32-bits
Wed, Jan 22, 2014 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST

Estimated Length:
40 Minutes + 10 Minutes Q&A

Who Should Attend:
SoC and ASIC architects, designers, and managers who are developing embedded MCU-based systems and are interested in improving performance, reducing power consumption, and reducing costs.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • The tradeoffs of different embedded MCU IP cores
  • The performance and power bottlenecks for MCU-based systems
  • Andes FlashFetch and secure MCU design technologies
  • The complete embedded MCU design solution from Andes.

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Director, Field Application Engineering
Dr. Hsiao has an extensive background in the ASIC and IP industry. Prior to Andes, he worked at Kilopass Technology as the VP of Marketing. Dr. Hsiao previously held the General Manager position for Faraday Technology USA, where he spent several years in field application in various locations including Taiwan, Japan and USA. Dr. Hsiao worked at UC Santa Barbara as a visiting scholar prior to Faraday. He received his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University.
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North America Business Development
Dan is a veteran of the EDA and semiconductor IP industries having served as an executive at Mentor Graphics, VeriBest, Viewlogic, Innoveda, Arithmatica, Forte Design, Cyclos Semiconductor, and most recently Oasys Design. Dan spent the first 15 years of his career designing microprocessors and ASICs at Zilog, NCR, DEC, and Solbourne Computer. Dan currently is a consultant for Andes Technology USA assisting in business development in North America. Dan received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.
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Andes Technology, one of EE Times’ Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch, has introduced a new embedded MCU product line to tackle these new design requirements. In this webinar, we will discuss many of the bottlenecks that designers will face for increasing performance and reducing power consumption in a typical 8051-based system – and about 32-bit alternatives. A novel low-power solution will be introduced using AndesFlashFetch™ technology. A secure MCU system for embedded code protection will also be described. Attendees will learn how to use the complete Andes embedded MCU ecosystem including a graphical IDE, rich operating system and application software stack, easy-to-use debugging tools, and convenient in-circuit evaluation platforms.


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