Live simulcast, Programmable World 2002
NEW PALTZ -- The Internet's role in the productivity and growth of the semiconductor industry and the evolution of digital design will headline a free simulcast conference titled "Programmable World 2002" at the State University of New York at New Paltz on Wednesday, April 17.
In their keynote speeches, Cisco Senior Vice President Howard Charney will discuss "How the Internet Drives Productivity and Growth in the Semiconductor Industry," while Dynamic Silicon editor Nick Tredennick will address the evolution of digital design. In addition, the event will feature visionary presentations and detailed technical training sessions from industry leaders, delivering "all you need to know" about the exciting new era of systems design.
The event is free and open to the public, but is primarily focused on the interests of product development mangers, system architects, hardware and software engineers, executives, industry analysts, industry press and academia. The conference will be simulcast with presentations from business professionals from across the world, including Paris, Boston, Ottawa, San Diego and Toronto.
The first session begins at 8:30 a.m. in Lecture Center 100, and the conference will conclude at 5:10 p.m. The morning session will be a live simulcast of the general session and keynote speeches. Attendees can choose one of four technical training tracks for the afternoon sessions: connectivity solution, XtremeDSP solutions, embedded processing solutions or programmable system design solutions.
Additional information is available online at www.xilinx.com/pw2002. While the Web site includes links to registration, those attending the conference at New Paltz do not need to register.
The simulcast, sponsored by the SUNY New Paltz Electrical and Computer Engineering Department along with the student chapters of IEEE, NSBE and SHPE, is presented by Xilinx, IBM, Wind River and CMP (publisher of EE Times).
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