FPGA-based prototyping is hard to do—or is it?
How long does it take you to bring up your multi-FPGA, or even single-FPGA prototype? Two months, three months, more? If it takes you longer than two
WEEKS, then read on, attend this event, and learn how you can reduce the bring-up time from months to weeks!
In this interactive and hands-on lunch and learn seminar, you will experience
firsthand how the new Cadence® Protium™ rapid prototyping platform can make FPGA-based prototyping more productive and easier to use than ever before. We will walk you through the
steps to implement a complete SoC design with embedded processor, memory, and peripherals into a multi-FPGA prototyping system. In
addition, experts will provide practical help on how master the challenges in FPGA-based prototyping and how to make your prototyping project a success.
- Thursday, May 7, 2015: 10:00am – 1:00pm, San Jose, CA
- For other locations, please contact Juergen Jaeger at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Introduction and Overview
|The Growing Need to Validate Embedded Software on Real Hardware (John Blyler, JB Systems)
||Does FPGA-Based Prototyping Really Have to Be this Difficult?
||Hands-On Demonstration: Step-by-Step Implementation of an Embedded System SoC & Booting LINUX and Running Apps
||Lunch and Q&A
Attend for your chance to win a JAWBONE MINI JAMBOX!
Space is limited. Register today!