Microsemi and Future Electronics Announce "Creative Seminar Series" for Designing With New FPGA Development Kits

ALISO VIEJO, CA -- Microsemi Corp. and Future Electronics announce the Future Electronics Creative Seminar Series, a one-day hands-on workshop based on Microsemi's leading-edge IGLOO™2 field programmable gate array (FPGA) and SmartFusion2 system-on-chip (SoC) FPGA technologies. The forum will highlight the benefits of Future's newly available Microsemi IGLOO2 and SmartFusion2 Creative Development Kit.

The workshop, taking place in various locations throughout the U.S. in October and November, will focus on learning how to adopt Microsemi's easy-to-use FPGA technology in order to replace typical platforms currently being used. The tutorial will also explore how Microsemi's devices offer more resources in low density FPGAs at the lowest power, with exceptional reliability and proven security.

In addition, the workshop will teach attendees the benefits of Microsemi's Libero SoC Design Suite, a comprehensive, easy to learn, easy to adopt development toolset for designing with Microsemi's power-efficient FPGAs and SoC FPGAs. Attendees will receive a complimentary Creative Development Kit from Future Electronics to enable the development of their own SoC designs.

The workshops will take place on:
•Oct. 18 in Irvine, California
•Oct. 20 in San Jose, California
•Oct. 26 in Toronto, Ontario
•Nov. 8 in Chicago, Illinois
•Nov. 10 in Dallas, Texas
•Nov. 15 in Baltimore, Maryland
•Nov. 16 in Boston, Massachusetts
•Nov. 17 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

To register for one of the seminars above, visit https://futureelec.wufoo.com/forms/w3f8gqe0jw1l3v  

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