32-bit microcontrollers, Arrow, Atmel
Arrow and Atmel to host workshop introducing high-performance, low-power 32-bit Flash micros with USB 2.0 and USB OTG
News Release from:
08 February 2008
Arrow and Atmel have teamed up to run an exclusive one-day workshop that will give engineers an insight into the latest technology developments in the field of highly integrated 32-bit microcontrollers featuring embedded Flash memory and advanced connectivity options. Places for the workshop are limited, and with attendees receiving free evaluation kits and significant discounts on additional kits, Arrow is expecting significant interest.
The workshop, which will take place on 10th April 2008 at the Leeds-based offices of Electronics Yorkshire, will give attendees the chance to find out more about the Atmel AVR32 UC3 family of microcontrollers. These devices have been the subject of high levels of customer interest since their launch.
Incorporating an Ethernet MAC, full-speed USB 2.0 connectivity and USB On-The-Go (OTG) functionality, Atmel AVR32 UC3 devices combine high levels of integration and performance with low-power operation. The MCUs offer up to 512kbytes of embedded Flash memory and are ideal for embedded applications ranging from industrial automation and building control to medical equipment, test and measurement systems and communications products.
During the one-day session attendees will have the opportunity to discuss their requirements in detail with technical specialists from Arrow and Atmel. These specialists will also introduce the evaluation kits and other tools designed to speed the creation of new applications based on the microcontrollers.
Spaces for the workshop are limited and potential attendees are encouraged to register their interest as soon as possible.