Wednesday, June 22, 2011

USB made easy with workshops from Avnet and NXP

PHOENIX, USA: Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet Inc., has teamed up with NXP, and announced the launch of its latest Speedway Design Workshop, USB Made Easy.

Featuring hands-on labs with Avnet’s team of field application engineers (FAEs), USB Made Easy teaches designers how to develop USB applications based on NXP’s fully scalable Cortex-M USB portfolio. These Speedways begin in July and are offered in multiple cities across the United States. Registration is $99.00 and space is limited.

Featuring NXP’s low cost LPCXpresso development platform, this course will show how NXP microcontrollers are making the task of developing USB enabled devices faster and speeding time to market. The LPCXpresso labs will be focused on the Cortex-M0 LPC11U00 and pin-to-pin compatible Cortex-M3 LPC1300 microcontroller series.

The LPC11U00 is the latest addition to the Cortex-M0 family, featuring a highly configurable, full speed USB 2.0 device controller; bringing unparalleled design flexibility and reliable USB connectivity for consumer electronics and mobile devices.

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