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Embedded Systems Conference hits San Francisco next week

Feb 28, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

The 17th annual Embedded Systems Conference comes to San Francisco next week, March 6 to March 10. As the largest systems design event in North America, ESC San Francisco is one of the few places that brings all players in the electronics systems design industry together with the newest technologies, to according event organizers.

The technical program consists of over 250 sessions covering hardware and software design for embedded systems. Full-day tutorials are scheduled for Sunday and Monday, March 6th and 7th, and ninety-minute and three-hour classes will be held Tuesday through Thursday, in parallel with the exhibits.

In addition, this year's conference features seven full-day and two-day design seminars focused on specific areas of interest:

Also new is the Microprocessor Summit, a one-day event that provides a forum for chipmakers introduce new embedded processors, microcontrollers, and digital signal processors (DSPs), and to talk about the pros and cons of today's processors.

Further info about ESC San Francisco 2005 is available here.

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