Want To Build Better Embedded Systems? Find Out How At Embedded World Hall 4 Booth 612

18th February 2013
ES Admin
Perforce is delighted to be exhibiting at Embedded World, 26-28 February 2013, in Nuremberg, Germany. Creating the development environment necessary to support embedded engineers can be daunting. Distributed teams of chip designers, engineers, developers, and testers each working at different rates, using a wide range of design and development tools need to be coordinated.
Every asset of embedded product development including schematics, PCB layouts, firmware, software, test instrument configurations, simulations, test results, parts lists and sources, can and should be under version control. In many cases, there are more types of IP assets to track for an embedded project than for a pure software project.

The Perforce version management system is used by many EDA and embedded systems companies to maintain control over projects, deliver next generation products, manage mass customisation of ideas, and support customers in the field. Customers include CSR, Harman Becker, National Instruments, NVIDIA, Zoran and TomTom.

“We selected Perforce SCM based on four key factors: speed, ease of use, flexibility, and cost. At first, we used Perforce primarily for software development, but today we are using it as an enterprise-wide solution in a number of different departments. We are also starting to deploy the solution on the hardware side of our business... Perforce is one of the most important software applications in use at National Instruments today. Steve Lysohir, National Instruments

5 Steps to Better, Faster Product Releases

Perforce will be presenting during Embedded World on the best ways to use version management in relation to current embedded trends, including component-based design and agile development. Don't miss this essential guide to product delivery where Perforce will show you the 5 key elements critical to ensuring teams deliver the right products at the right time.

Presentation sessions are as follows:

• Tuesday 26th February, 12pm - ICC Media in Hall 5, Stand 137
• Thursday 28th February, 10.30am - Hall 2, Stand 406

Try Perforce for Free

Interested developers are invited to download and use Perforce free of charge. Perforce is free for up to 20 users, 20 workspaces, and unlimited files. Or free for unlimited users and up to 1,000 files. Take a look today at:

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