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Edge Computing - Bedford Branch

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Mercure Bedford Centre Hotel

2 Saint Mary's Street

Bedford

MK42 0AR

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The talk will cover:
• What is Edge/Fog Computing?
• So many Edges!
• Onrushing motivators
• What problems can Edge Computing solve?
• Edge Computing Landscape

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SPEAKERS
Chris Adeniyi-Jones, Principal Research Engineer, ARM.com

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AGENDA
18:30 - Registration, refreshments and networking
19:00 - Edge Computing by Chris Adeniyi-Jones
19:40 - Questions and Answers
20:00 - Networking

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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
Chris Adeniyi-Jones
Chris works in ARM’s corporate research division. He joined ARM in 1994 initially working on cycle accurate processor models, later moving to the compiler team in the Software Development Systems group. There he worked on implementing C/C++ language features and specialized in code generation optimized for both code-size and performance. From within Arm Research he was the ARM coordinator for the Mont-Blanc Projects which looked at High-Performance Computing based on Energy-efficient embedded technology. Chris is now a member of the Software and Large Scale Systems research team looking at Edge computing, virtualisation and isolation technologies.

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