04 May 2012

Hitex UK to host one day ARM user conference

Sponsored news: Hitex UK is holding another one day ARM user conference entitled 'ARM – the new standard across the board?' on 16th May 2012. The event will give an overview of currently available ARM based microcontrollers and development tools plus a taste of what's to come.

Following on from the success of past events, Hitex (UK) Ltd is delighted to be holding another of its one day ARM user conferences entitled 'ARM – the new standard across the board?' at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull on Wednesday 16th May 2012.

The aim of the event is to give an overview of currently available ARM based microcontrollers and development tools as well as a taste of what's to come. During the seminar, Hitex will present a compelling argument for companies to adopt ARM as a standard architecture for future designs. As ARM based devices are now able to meet the needs of developers from the smallest to the largest of designs, the company will be exploring how this standardisation is not only realistic but achievable.

The presentations from key tools vendors including Hitex, Keil and Texas Instruments, will focus on topics including auto coding tools, feature rich operating systems, middleware and the new 'Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard'. The presentations will be technology based as opposed to road maps or sales pitches. This is to ensure that every delegate will leave having gained real knowledge and value from the day.

The event will take the form of 30 minute presentations from each of the invited speakers with a keynote presentation from ARM. Lunch and plenty of tea and coffee will be provided, along with breakfast rolls on arrival.

Also new for 2012 is a bigger and more comprehensive exhibition area which has been carefully pulled together to complement the seminar program. It is designed to facilitate discussion and networking to ensure that every part of the day delivers value for all attendees. Confirmed exhibitors include ARM, Feahbas, HCC-Embedded, Pebble Bay Consulting, Freescale, ST, Texas Instruments, NXP, Anglia, Amenuensis and Ruffila.

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