Ammos' seminar on PowerPC Embedded Systems
Bangalore, May 12, 2006: Ammos Software Technologies, a leading provider of embedded solutions for the Indian industry, today announced a series of seminars in association with Freescale Semiconductor, to educate engineers and developers on integrated solutions for PowerPC embedded systems.
The first of the series is a day-seminar, scheduled on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at the Aeronautical Society of India, Bangalore and is targeted for engineers developing solutions for the defence services. Seminars are also planned across key cities like New Delhi, Pune and Hyderabad.
Freescale offers the broadest portfolio of processors based on the PowerPC® core in the world, enabling applications in defence, networking, automotive and industrial control. These seminars are designed to help engineers understand the complex nature of designing a PowerPC embedded system, and streamline the process with leading edge development tools. Attendees will get the opportunity to interact with industry experts and explore innovations that make research and development a smarter and more satisfying experience.
Mr. Syed Ajazul Huq, CEO Ammos Software Technologies adds, "At Ammos, our mission is to provide integrated solutions that simplify the development process and reduce design time. This series will provide insights to engineers across defence, industrial control and networking sector on a complete development environment for their embedded system designs".
Mr. Sanjeev Keskar, Country Manager- Sales, Freescale Semiconductor India Pvt. Ltd. is scheduled to speak at the seminar. "This series will highlight the value Freescale's PowerPC platforms offer in building better and technologically innovative embedded systems. Ammos, a partner of Freescale for development tools, has the capability to help our customers explore innovations in design", he explains.
The seminar series will include technical sessions on the PowerPC Architecture, Freescale's PowerPC Family Portraits- cores and platforms, CodeWarrior development tools, MQX Operating System, networking software and platform enhancement products, and secure networked communications key concepts.