Embedded Systems Conference Boston Announces Additional Disruption Zone Participants
Disruption Zone Provides Exciting Forum to Showcase Ground-Breaking Technologies
Sep 12, 2007
CMP Technology Electronics Group and Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston, today announced additional participants in this year's Disruption Zone. For the second consecutive year the Disruption Zone is providing companies a forum to showcase the latest innovations in technology. The Disruption Zone features software and hardware companies seeking to change the embedded systems industry.
The Disruption Zone will take place on Wednesday, September 19 at 12 pm at the Westin Hotel in Boston, attached to the Hynes Convention Center, home to ESC Boston.
The Disruption Zone will feature the latest in technological innovations including:
-- Amphenol TCS will demonstrate the Amphenol TCS XCede connector, with a demonstrated 20+ Gbps performance and innovative 3D resonance damping shield technology. -- Handshake Solutions will present the enhanced version of a clockless microcontroller IP core based upon the versatile 80C51 Memory eXtension (MX) architecture. The new core, with double the performance of the original, combines the increased memory capabilities of the MX architecture with the low power and low electromagnetic emission (EME). -- Lattix will introduce a new version of Lattix LDM, its award-winning solution for architecture analysis and control. Lattix LDM is an innovative new approach that uses interdependencies to create an accurate blueprint of the architecture of software applications, databases and systems. -- QNX Software Systems, makes of real-time operating systems (RTOS) will be debuting something big ... stay tuned!
Companies interested in taking part in the upcoming Disruption Zone can contact David Blaza at email@example.com or 415-947-6929.
CMP will celebrate the spirit of collaboration and combined brain power at TechMash Boston 2007. TechMash 2007 will include The Embedded Systems Conference; the industry's largest international embedded technical conference and exhibition, Software Development Best Practices; a strategic forum for senior software developers, RFID World Boston, focused on security, privacy and authentication issues for the community that is using, building, leveraging, and driving radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, Near Field Communications (NFC); focused on the next wave in connectivity and commerce.
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