For those of you who simply can't get enough of the images from this week's UBM ACE Award ceremony (you know who you are), we present the winners of the ACE Ultimate Product Awards.
UBM Electronics, the publisher of both EE Times and EDN, honored the winners of the 2012 UBM ACE Awards earlier this week in San Jose, Calif. The awards recognize the people, companies and products that are changing the world of electronics.
The ACE Ultimate Product Awards salute those products in electronics which stood apart from the crowd in the past year for innovation, creativity and market impact.
Without further ado, we present representatives from the Ultimate Products winners accepting their ACE Awards on Tuesday evening.
Vidya Rojagopalan (left), vice president of processing solutions and global verification for programmable platforms development at Xilinx Inc., accepts the ACE Innovative Product Award from Junko Yoshida, EE Times editor in chief. Xilinx' 28-nm Zynq-7000 extensible processing platform (EPP), designed for embedded systems that require high levels of processing performance and low power, was recognized as the ACE Ultimate Product Award winner among SoCs.
Wow! Freescale got two awards! Can't see anybody from big guy like ADI and ST. Anyway, good to see all these innovations and hope to see more and better innovation (not just a speed up version of a particular existing design) in the future!
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