tinyML Talks on February 8, 2022 “Get Ahead of the Curve: Develop Software in the Cloud for the Ethos-U55 and Cortex-M55 Processors” by Stefano Cadario

Announcing our next tinyML Talks webcast! Stefano Cadario from IoT Group,
Arm will present Get Ahead of the Curve: Develop Software in the Cloud for the Ethos-U55 and Cortex-M55 Processors on February 8, 2022 at 8:00 AM Pacific Time.

IMPORTANT: Please register here

Arm Virtual Hardware is an evolution of Arm’s modelling technology, delivering functionally accurate models of Arm-based SoCs for developers to build and test software without the need for physical devices. Join this tech talk to hear how Arm Virtual Hardware enables software development ahead of hardware availability, accelerating your product design by up to two years. You’ll be shown how to build and test a tinyML application on the cloud-based virtual model of the Arm Ethos-U55, the world’s first microNPU and the Cortex-M55 processor, which is designed and optimized for ML workloads.

Stefano is Director Product Management in the Arm IoT group, focusing on driving new growth initiatives, as well as engaging in strategic relationships with key cloud partners. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Computer Engineering at Politecnico di Milano and, more recently, an MBA at Warwick Business School. Stefano joined Arm in 2012 as a Software Engineer in Cambridge (UK) and he has taken on several roles including Technical Specialist, Product Manager and Sr. Strategy Manager in San Jose (US).

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