Well, this is "Cool Beans" news. I see a lot of adverts for forthcoming webinars, but many times I am too busy “on the day” to attend … and then I forget all about them … so the fact that this one has “been-and-gone” and is now available for on-demand access (which means you can watch it whenever you want) is jolly good news. The "official" details are as follows:
This webinar covers the new ColdFire+ Microcontroller family. ColdFire+ is a next generation ColdFire product that combines cutting-edge, low-power performance with a diverse set of analog, connectivity, and security peripherals, all contained in cost-effective, small footprint packages.
ColdFire+ MCUs are built upon Freescale's strong heritage of 32-bit MCU development, and the new families are the next step in the evolution of ColdFire architecture. The ColdFire+ Qx and Jx families bring new features to the ColdFire portfolio, including FlexMemory, configurable embedded electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM), highly-accurate mixed-signal capability, low-power features, and additional application-specific peripherals for consumer devices.
Perfect for portable consumer devices, the Jx Family adds USB OTG capability and a Serial Audio Interface to the Qx family, enabling:
- Secure and low-power iPod accessories
- USB-audio bridges
- High-end remote controls.
An incredibly cost-effective, ultra-low-power, mixed-signal microcontroller family ideal for:
- Secure portable devices
- Battery-powered applications
- Wireless sensor nodes
- Security control pads
- Video game accessories
to access this webinar and explore this exciting new family of MCUs from Freescale.
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