Minimize Development Time of Systems Using Non-Volatile Memory

  • Mike Eftimakis, Arm

It is well recognized that industry demand for global-embedded, non-volatile memory (eNVM) is set to be boosted by IoT applications. However, eNVM integration is a painful process for SoC designers, as they need to modify memory controllers and interface for different foundry and process technologies. To solve this problem, Arm has developed AMBA Generic Flash Bus interface standard (GFB) in collaboration with its partners.

In order to focus on design innovation and not on hacking another memory controller, join this talk to learn how GFB can enable you to save development time, innovate more, and improve reusability.

  • Date:Wednesday, October 17
  • Time:11:30 AM - 12:20 PM
  • Location:Executive Ballroom 210E
  • Session Type:Conference Session
  • Room:Executive Ballroom 210E
  • Pass Type:All-Access Pass