Training in cooperation with EBV

Training in cooperation with EBV

TRAINING IN COOPERATION WITH EBV

 

In cooperation with EBV, a practical training "i.MX RT and MCUXpresso hands-on training"  was held in Warsaw on June 5, in Sofia on June 7 and will be held in Athens on June 12 and in Belgrade on June 14, where you can get comprehensive information about the new processor known as "Crossover" based on the ARM® Cortex®-M7 and with the highest performance in its category.

 

"Crossover" become a new standard that helps engineers achieve high performance using existing tools. During the training it will be possible to get to know the i.MX RT1050 Evaluation Kit and its capabilities, as well as expand knowledge of memory management, clock management and power management.

 

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