18 September 2012

MCU Solutions Summit 2012

13 September 2012, DoubleTree by Hilton, Milton Keynes

20 September 2012, Radisson Blu Manchester Airport, Manchester

Silica has joined forces with leading embedded suppliers to deliver the MCU Solutions Summit to 20 cities across Europe. Running from June to October 2012, these deep dive single day seminars will provide you with application based trainings on the latest mcu/mpu design solutions from industry leading vendors.

Whilst the seminars focus on ARM and proprietary mcu and processor architectures, the approach is application oriented rather than product-specific. The one day seminars will offer up to sixteen 75 minute training courses for attendees to choose from, with each track covering applications relevant to the individual market. The use of multiple learning tracks comprised of very technical solution modules and live demonstrations will allow designers to explore how solutions can be applied to their own design innovations.

Click here for agenda and registration.

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Silica (An Avnet Company)

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