Altera Corporation (NASDAQ:ALTR) and Arrow Electronics Custom Logic Solutions Group will be presenting a technical workshop that focuses on leading-edge FPGA transceiver technology at 8.5 Gbps and beyond at the 40-nm process technology node. The performance and capabilities of Altera’s new Stratix® IV FPGA, as well as a discussion of specific target applications and a review of market trends will be covered.
Additionally, the workshop will present an overview of ARM processor solutions for the Stratix series FPGAs and HardCopy® ASICs. Platform developers will learn how to accelerate development and mitigate risk by leveraging an ARM subsystem implementation through the entire development process.
Dr. Mike Li, principle architect and distinguished engineer, Altera Corporation, and Mr. Thomas Colino, manager, North America, business development, Custom Logic Solutions, Arrow Electronics
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Radisson Hotel, Room A
4545 MacArthur Boulevard
Newport Beach, California
Prospective attendees can download a complimentary attendance coupon at: www.altera.com/education/events/northamerica/evt-soc-workshop-2008.html
Attendees can also attend the free tabletop exhibits area on Wednesday, November 5 from 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm, following the workshop. Stop by the Altera and Arrow Custom Logic Solutions Group table showing Rapid TTM SOC solutions to register to win free parking, door prizes and more.
For additional information on the Sixth International System-on-Chip (SoC) Conference or to register for the event, visit: www.savantcompany.com/SoC6-Nov08/main.htm
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