A sold out crowd of over 500 people attended the Intel SoC FPGA Developer Forum (ISDF) in San Francisco on August 18th. It was the place to be for in-depth content and to hear Brian Krzanich’s keynote on Intel’s vision for SoC FPGAs.
ISDF continues to be a free event and is dedicated to the technology and application of SoC FPGAs in the Internet of Things (IoT), data center and cloud computing, networking and communications, industrial, automotive, and more. ISDF gives you an edge in developing your next system design through in-depth technical content and workshops, along with the opportunity to interact with industry leaders such as Arrow, Macnica, EBV Elektronik, Terasic, Lauterbach, ARM, MathWorks, Mentor Graphics, Wind River, and more.
Who should attend?
- Users of SoCs, FPGAs, ASICs, digital signal processors (DSPs), microcontroller units (MCUs), CPUs, and graphic processing units (GPUs)
- Hardware engineers and managers
- Software developers and managers
- System architects
- Firmware engineers
ISDF San Francisco Keynote from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich
Hear about the evolution and transformation of the smart and connected world and the importance of SoC FPGAs in that world.
ISDF North America
18 August, 2016
San Francisco, CA
Day 3 of the Intel Developer Forum (IDF)
Cost of Attendance
There is no cost to attend ISDF, however, space is limited.
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