Enhance your SoC design skills with tips from one of the most experienced
8051 and USB IP providers.
Bielsko-Biala/Poland, March 10th, 2010 - The silicon intellectual property (IP) provider, Evatronix SA, today announced a series of free technical seminars on two of the most popular IP technologies – 8051 and USB – taking place in the very hearts of Chinese and Taiwanese SoC development centers – Beijing (March 25th) and Hsinchu (March 30th), respectively.
“We are excited about this opportunity to share the 13 years of our IP design and integration experience with every engineer involved in the SoC development process,” said Michal Jedrak, Technical Marketing Manager at Evatronix. “Our seminars offer an excellent chance to discuss the hottest ASIC and FPGA design topics and get immediate answers to key questions.”
Dates and locations:
March 25th, Park Plaza Science Park Hotel, Beijing, People's Republic of China
March 30th, Kingdom Hotel, Hsinchu, Taiwan
10.00-12.00 AM: Even Better than the Perfect 8051 - Introducing the 16-bit 80251 Architecture
Speaker: Maciej Pyka, Microcontrollers Product Line Manager at Evatronix
Our main 8051 engineer will keep you focused on the 8051 microcontroller architecture by discussing some myths and comparing them to the undisputed facts. Later on Maciej will satisfy your curiosity about the performance of our latest kid on the block, the 80251 series microcontroller, and show you how it is able to meet future application challenges. Find out how to make the affordable 8051/80251 architecture skyrocket your SoC design!
1.00-3.00 PM: USB 3.0 - Going Superspeed with the Technology You Know
Speaker: Pawel Eichler, USB 3.0 Design Specialist at Evatronix
Over the years the USB protocol has become the truly universal communication standard among various devices. Right now, when multimedia applications are setting the required bandwidth bar higher than ever before, the expectations from the USB 3.0 spec are great. In this session you will learn about the hottest issues regarding the recently most discussed technology.
Evatronix SA, founded in 1991 in Poland, develops electronic virtual components (IP cores) along with complementary software and supporting development environments. The company also provides electronic design services. Product lines cover a multitude of solutions from interface controllers and microprocessors to integrated System-on-Chip development platforms.
Evatronix IP cores are available directly or through the sales network of its strategic distribution partner, CAST, Inc. ( www.cast-inc.com).
Evatronix is headquartered in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, and employs over 75 engineers.
For more information about the company please visit the company’s web site at www.evatronix-ip.com or contact Jacek Duda at +48322311171 ext. 22 or jacek.duda(at)evatronix-ip.com