Power.org™ announced today that it will host the first Power Architecture™ Software Summit, a unique opportunity for software developers and development managers to refine Power.org’s software strategy. The free Summit, to be held in Austin, Texas, April 19th will include Internet conference capabilities for those unable to attend but interested in participating. For details and registration, visit www.Power.Org/swsummit.
“Power.org is committed to making Power Architecture technology the preferred open hardware platform for the electronics industry,” said Nina Wilner, software architect for Power.Org. “To achieve this vision, we are creating a unique opportunity for the broader software community to provide input and help define the future direction of Power.org’s software strategy.”
The Power.org Software Summit will focus on identifying solutions to challenges associated with software development on Power Architecture. Discussions will revolve around presentations that address a wide range of topics including:
– Power.org: Wondering what this is all about – come find out!
– PlayStation 3: Development workstation, seriously!
– Power-based Development Workstation: Can I have one too, please?
– The Business Case for Software on Power: Yes, there is one.
– Software Development: Your mission! Will you accept?
– Eclipse: Why you’ll never need another IDE.
A growing, vibrant ecosystem of hardware technology companies, start-ups, software and individual developers, Power.org’s members collaborate to develop open specifications, standards and solutions based on the Power Architecture platform, the most widely used foundation for electronics in the world. Our member companies create the Power Architecture hardware, software and systems that are behind millions of innovative, advanced digital products, from the world’s fastest supercomputers to always-on network backbones to leading game platforms to drivetrains in more than half of today’s car models. Learn more about Power.org and Power Architecture innovation at www.power.org.
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