Beaverton, Ore.--June 30, 1997--Willamette HDL Inc. (Beaverton, Ore.) has rounded out platform support for its popular Ten Minute Tutor (TMT) to now include a version for Hewlett Packard platforms. TMT/HP, a computer-based training software system developed and supported by Willamette HDL, helps designers learn hardware description languages VHDL or Verilog HDL at their own pace or skill level.
The equivalent of a three-day intensive HDL training class, each self-paced TMT course consists of more than 45 ordered topics. The hypertext-based tutorials include HDL source-code examples, waveforms, and diagrams. Exercises for designers to apply what they learned are also included.
TMT reference materials include a glossary of key terms and a quick reference guide, along with correct solutions, hints, and rules of thumb. Finally, TMT launches a variety of the leading VHDL and Verilog HDL simulators.
TMT/HP is available now and is priced at $1,195 for a one-year license. TMT is also available on PCs running Windows95 and NT, and Sun Microsystems SPARCstations running Sun OS.
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