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Latest Silicon and Tools Being Showcased At TI's Third Annual MSP430 Ultra-Low-Power MCU Advanced Technical Conference

Sep 14, 2004

WHAT:    Attendees of Texas Instruments third annual worldwide MSP430 Advanced Technical Conference (ATC) will be the first to get their hands on the very latest ultra-low power microcontroller technology and USB-based tools while sharpening their knowledge and exchanging ideas. Attendees can customize their training by choosing from a variety of all new in-depth workshops and seminars gaining an in-depth understanding of the MSP430 architecture, peripherals, coding/design techniques, applications and the newest MSP430 devices and tools. For low-power applications requiring both analog and digital signal processing, the MSP430 line provides a range of exceptional cost/performance options. Conference attendees will join TI MSP430 experts, third parties and MSP430 users from around the world for three days of intensive training, labs and social events.

WHO:    The MSP430 Advanced Technical Conference targets MSP430 users who want to fully optimize the performance of their applications. The conference is also open to practiced MCU designers without any MSP430 experience.


November 9-11, 2004 (US)

November 17-18, 2004 (Asia)

December 7-9, 2004 (Europe)



The Fairmont Dallas Hotel in Dallas, TX

Munich airport Marriott Hotel in Freising, Germany

Swissotel in Beijing, China

Depending on location, conference registration includes up to three days of intensive training, hotel accommodations, food, beverages, refreshments and entertainment events. The registration rate is $595 in the US, 795 EURO in Europe and RMB700 in Asia. Attendees will also receive a unique MSP430 experimenter´s board. Course details and registration information are available at www.ti.com/2004atc.