Make plans now for Japan's Embedded Technology Conference 2007

June 7, 2007
The annual Embedded Technology Conference and Exhibition in Yokohama, Japan, runs Nov. 14 through 16.

Make plans now for Japan's Embedded Technology Conference 2007

ET2007 will spotlight digital consumer, automotive electronics, mobile/ubiquitous computing, and factory automation/robotics.

The emergence of advanced processors, better development tools, and high-speed Internet access has created a plethora of opportunities for consumer products that combine audio and video. Conference sessions will address frontline design topics including multicore processors, WiMax, Linux, as well as real-time design and testing strategies for complex embedded systems.

Attendees can test the latest embedded hardware, design tools, middleware, and numerous other products from more than 420 exhibitors (860+ booths), including Microsoft, ARM, Texas Instruments, NEC, Fujitsu, Xilinx, Mentor Graphics, Renesas Technology, Altera, and MontaVista. More than 28,000 attendees are expected this year, up from 26,246 the previous year. Admission for attendees is free with preregistration. Visit for details.

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