Texas Instruments Empowers Designers with MSP430 Sessions

3/12/2003 - Designers of low-power, high performance, cost-sensitive embedded applications can get their feet wet with Texas Instruments' MSP430 ultra-low-power Flash MCU at "4-30 Day," a free two-hour "lunch and learn" session to be held on April 30 at more than 70 locations worldwide. TI will showcase how designers can boost product value by taking advantage of the MSP430's ultra-low-power architecture; integrated high-performance analog and digital peripherals; and modern, 16-bit reduced instruction set computer (RISC) CPU.

Presenters will also highlight MSP430 development tools and other resources to help customers get a jumpstart on their designs. In addition, attendees will receive a free ultra-low-power demo board and have the opportunity for discounts on selected MSP430 Flash emulation tools. The event will take place at Arrow Electronics Inc. distributorships in the Americas and Europe; LSD MCU Technology Co., Ltd., Eupuls and Morrihan distributorships in Asia.

WHO
New and potential users of the MSP430 line, including design engineers, managers and others who specify components for embedded applications.

WHEN
Two hour "lunch and learn" session on April 30, 2003. See www.ti.com/sc03060 for cities and times.

WHERE
Arrow Electronics Inc. distributorships in the Americas and Europe; LSD MCU Technology Co., Ltd., Eupuls and Morrihan distributorships in Asia. See www.ti.com/sc03060 for complete listing.

COST
This event, including lunch, is free of charge.

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