VIDIA's first 64-bit ARM processor, code-named Denver, leverages a host of new technologies to enable high-performance mobile computing. Implemented in a 28-nm process, the Denver CPU can attain clock speeds of up to 2.5 GHz. This talk will outline the Denver architecture and describe some of its technological innovations. In particular this talk will discuss some of the motivations and advantages of dynamic code optimization.
Nathan Tuck has been a member of the DCO and CPU architecture teams at NVIDIA since 2009.
Nathan has spent his professional career walking a crooked line between hardware and software. As an engineer, he is most interested in working on systems problems. Professionally, he is most interested in dynamic environments where he can make a large difference.