San Francisco--March 24, 1998--Miller Freeman, Inc. (San Francisco) announced a partnership with the producers of the Microcomputer Systems and Tools Fair (MST), the largest annual embedded technology conference in Japan. To facilitate information exchange in the global electronics industry, Miller Freeman will sponsor a 500 square meter pavilion at MST '98, providing U.S. and European vendors with a bridge to the Japanese market for embedded chips, boards, and development tools.
MST '98, which runs from November 18-20 at Tokyo Big Sight in Japan, has been produced by Japan System House Association (JASA) for 12 years. Like Embedded Systems Conference and DSP World, it includes an educational program of lectures, workshops, and panel discussions on topics pertinent to embedded systems engineers and designers, as well as a huge product exhibition displaying the latest advanced technologies available.
JASA is a nonprofit consortium, established under the jurisdiction of the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry. The consortium promotes the development of microelectronics technology in Japan through research, standards, intellectual property rights protection, and information exchange. As part of a global partnership, conference producers from JASA and Miller Freeman will promote each other's events, and provide cross-cultural educational programs with the goal of facilitating the worldwide exchange of advanced technical information.
More than 12,000 attendees are expected to visit the MST '98 show floor, where vendors of software development tools, microprocessors, boards, and application systems will provide Japanese designers of embedded systems an opportunity to learn about the latest in electronics products and technical innovations. Typical educational conference sessions will explore subjects such as embedded Internet applications, cosimulation and verification, and DSP tools.
Miller Freeman, Inc.
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