CoWare® Inc., the leading supplier of platform-driven electronic system-level (ESL) design software and services, announced that its director of marketing will present at the Wind River 2006 Worldwide User Conference on Thursday, May 18th, 2006. For information about the Conference go online.
Marc Serughetti, director of marketing, CoWare, Inc., will speak on the topic “Virtual Platforms for Software Development: Bridging Device Software Optimization (DSO) and Electronic System-level (ESL) Design”. Serughetti, who joined the company in 2004, is driving CoWare’s strategy, entry, and solutions for platform-driven ESL design into the software development market. Prior to CoWare, he held several marketing management positions in high-growth, leading device software development companies including Wind River and Integrated Systems.
Participating in Wind River’s 2006 Worldwide User Conference will provide users with an opportunity to network and learn more about Wind River products and services, best-in-class partner offerings, and corporate strategies.
The User Conference will be held May 15-18, 2006 at the Omni Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Serughetti will present on Thursday, May 18th at 11:15 am ET.
CoWare is the leading supplier of platform-driven electronic system-level (ESL) design software and services. CoWare offers a comprehensive set of ESL solutions that enable electronics companies to “differentiate by design” through the creation of system IP including embedded processors, on-chip buses, and DSP algorithms; the architecture of optimized system-on-chip (SoC) platforms; hardware/software co-design; and virtual hardware platforms for device software development. The company’s solutions are based on open industry standards including SystemC. CoWare’s customers are major systems, semiconductor, and IP companies in the market where consumer electronics, computing, and communications converge. CoWare is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and has offices around the world.
CoWare is a registered trademark of CoWare, Inc.