In Hall 4, Stand 248, Analog Devices will present their embedded processing technology at this year’s Embedded World 2014.
On 25-27 February 2014 at Nuremberg, Analog Devices will demonstrate a broad portfolio of smartly integrated solutions that optimise system performance and show the development and rapid prototyping of solutions and tools. Together with Xilinx and The MathWorks, Analog Devices is accelerating time to market and leveraging mutual strengths to deliver peace of mind to customers.
Highlights will include a high-speed corner including Analog Devices' SDR solution AD9631 connected to a Xilinx Zynq All Programmable SoC platform, featuring the award-winning portfolio of JESD204B converters. The motor control corner will showcase Analog Devices' CM40x controlling two high-precision servos, a Xilinx Zynq-based FPGA development kit, all connected to Analog Devices' sophisticated front-end control, isolation and power solutions. It will also showcase model-based design capabilities thanks to The MathWorks Simulink.
“Embedded World perfectly exemplifies the shift in the market to a point where increasingly software defines the function of hardware,” said Carsten Suckrow, Vice President, Sales, EMEA. “Together with our extensive ecosystem of strategic technology and channel partners at the show, we will demonstrate how strong overall system knowledge and specific IP expertise combine to deliver innovative embedded processing technology.”