San Jose--March 31, 1998--Phoenix Technologies, Ltd. (San Jose), supplier of enabling software, cores, and system BIOS, is sponsoring the Serial Interface Standards Seminar series, a six-city tour across the United States from April 28 through May 8. Joining Phoenix Technologies' Virtual Chips Group as co-sponsors for the Serial Interface Standards Seminar are Integrated System Design, Simpod, InterHDL, Inc. and Tritech Microelectronics, Inc.
Expected attendees include design engineers, system architects, and engineering managers who want detailed design and implementation information on the latest PC interconnect standards.
The Serial Interface Standards Seminar serves as a platform where seminar partners can readily disseminate critical information on emerging and evolving serial PC interconnect standards and their implementation. Seminar partners will present relevant issues in topics such as IEEE 1394, IrDA, and USB to electrical and software engineers including the need to incorporate new standards into current and future products designs.
Speakers for the seminars will include design industry experts and key developers of interface standards. The seminars are intended to meet the technical criteria of design engineers and managers with electrical and/or software engineering backgrounds. Detailed design and implementation information on the latest PC interconnect standards will be highlighted during the seminars.
The Serial Interface Standards Seminar series kicked off in California on Tuesday, April 28 in Santa Clara, and continue on through Fremont, Irvine, and San Diego. The final leg of the seminar series will include stops in Chicago, Boston and Austin, Texas. To register for each of the day-long seminars, call (888) 783-6847 or www.isdmag/seminars.com. Registration fees for the seminar is $95 and must be prepaid by credit card.
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