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ESC Silicon Valley, the largest most complete technical conference/exhibition in North America where you can SEE, LEARN and get HANDS-ON TRAINING on emerging embedded products and technologies. Attend and be part of the most valuable and efficient professional development you will experience all year. Register today for your FREE Expo Pass and take control of your career!

Why you must be at this year's ESC Silicon Valley:
» Day 2 at ESC looks at 'today' - See Rich Nass' interview with our Wednesday Keynote and TI's CEO Richard Templeton as they discuss his forthcoming keynote. At ESC, he'll reinforce the fact that embedded developers really do have the power to change the world. In some cases, it's in a small but significant way. For example, the developer of the Flip video camera, which Rich used to record his interview with Templeton, is a perfect example of a device that makes people's jobs easier.

» State of Embedded - Are you curious to find out the latest trends in embedded systems? Then this informal session open to all Expo and Conference attendees with some of the world's leading experts is a must-attend for you. Come meet Jack Ganssle of the Ganssle Group; Dan Saks, President of Saks and Associates; and Niall Cooling, Principal, Feabhas, in a session moderated by Rich Nass of and EE Times.

» No-holds-barred debate: Standalone Processor vs. Processor-in-FPGA - Sponsored by Actel. As a system designer, you have to decide whether the processor should be a standalone device, like a traditional microprocessor/microcontroller, or whether you're better off embedding that processor within an FPGA. There are many reasons why either approach would work. Some of those reasons make sense, while others are not necessarily valid. In this lively debate open to all Expo and Conference attendees, Clive 'Max' Maxfield will explain why the embedded-in-FPGA approach is likely the way to go, while Jim Turley will patiently explain why Max is off his rocker.

» Bring Your Test Challenge to the Test Experts - Do you have a tough test problem, something that has you stumped? Let Tektronix experts help you out. They'll be on hand to discuss the test challenges you are facing, armed with a few of our scopes, including their DPO7000 for in-depth characterization and compliance testing, and their MSO4000 for all-around debug.

» Win a Tektronix MSO2024 Digital Oscilloscope! - We will be giving away 5 Tektronix MSO2024 Digital Oscilloscope during ESC Silicon Valley. Don't miss this chance to attend ESC and possibly leave with a scope!

» Project Management - Whether you're part of a team, the team's manager, or working solo, there's a process that should be followed for any design. Are you aware of that process? Do you understand how team members should be interacting with each other? Do you know how to choose the best team members? Even if you can positively answer these questions, you still must then deal with budgets, schedules, and upper management, among other things. This track will help you cope with all of these areas, and some others you probably never thought of.

ESC Video Player - ESC sneak peek, Texas Instruments' CEO Rich Templeton's ESC Keynote Address will focus on the omni-present embedded system.

BEST VALUE: The All Access Pass offers full access to over 130 sessions in both the ESC and Multicore Conference sessions, receive both the Intel’s Dual Core D510 Atom Processor development board and the Freescale Tower Kit (available on a first-come, first-serve basis), access to Keynote/Industry Addresses, the Expo Floor and more!

Access the most important products and technologies the embedded community has to offer. Don't lose out on this opportunity to save up to $400* on ESC registration.

Group Registration
Bring your whole team to ESC Silicon Valley! The more people you bring, the more you save. Discounts apply to current registration pricing and cannot be combined with any other offer.
Groups of 4 - 10: save 20% off of current registration pricing
Groups of 11 or more: save 25% off of current registration pricing

ESC was a great way to expand my competence event if not all of the lectures were in my exact area. Kjeil Anderson, Ericsson I learned a great deal from the classes. Several of the speakers were great! Sui Haunung, ALS, Engineer


* $400 savings is based off of the Early Pricing (expiring on March 19th) compared to on-site pricing for the All-Access, ESC 4-Day and ESC 3-Day Passes. Not combinable with other offers.

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