Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas and Texas Instruments to deliver webinar on Increasing Efficiency Through Digital Power Control

Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc., and Texas Instruments (TI) have partnered to deliver a web-based training seminar focusing on TI’s C2000 portfolio of fixed point, floating point and multi-core processors. This free technical training will be offered on March 15, 2012, at 9:30 a.m. PDT (11:30 a.m. CDT, 12:30 p.m. EDT). To register, visit Avnet’s website.

With energy costs rising, the demand for renewable, efficient power options is at an all-time high. Jim Carver, technical director for Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, and Brett Novak, product marketing engineer for TI, demonstrate how the C2000 family of microcontrollers from TI can help designers increase performance rates in applications relying on digital power. This 60-minute, web-based training will provide engineers with examples of how to integrate the TI C2000 portfolio of products into current and future designs that require real-time performance and true energy savings.

This short technical training will focus on advanced motor control techniques as well as digital light emitting diode (LED) control and renewable power in solar power systems.

“Avnet and Texas Instruments have a long-standing partnership that enables our customers to benefit from both TI’s groundbreaking technology, as well as Avnet’s technical expertise,” said Alex Iuorio, senior vice president, supplier marketing, Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas. “Delivering this training via the web enables engineers to get a quick, but thorough, rundown of this technology and easily integrate it into future designs needing digital power.”

About the presenters

Carver is a leading expert in microcontroller and security technologies. He has been integral in educating Avnet’s customers on the advantages of these growing technologies. He has a BSCE degree from University of California San Diego.

Novak graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2001 and has been in the electronics industry for over 10 years. He started with Texas Instruments in 2010 in the C2000 Microcontroller group.

Special offer for attendees

Attendees will be eligible to purchase a Piccolo F28069x controlSTICK and Code Composer Studio v5 software for under $25 ($500 value), along with other deep discounts on featured TI development tools.

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