Register Now: FPGA Camp Bangalore, INDIA. May'21

Discussion in 'VHDL' started by Vikram, May 11, 2010.

  1. Vikram

    Vikram Guest

    I am pleased to announce the next upcoming FPGACamp to be held on
    May'21, 2010. The registration for the event is completely FREE. You
    can RSVP by visiting

    FPGA Camp is the 1st and only open source FPGA conference, which
    brings engineers together and discusses FPGA, mainly NextGen FPGA
    technology, application, methodology, best practices and challenges.
    Also provide a location to meet other local FPGA designers to share
    their stories.

    Agenda (visit for details)

    09:00 Registration & Booths
    09:30 Welcome & Introductions
    09:45 KeyNote
    10:30 Mastering FPGA Design through Debug : Adrian Hernandez, Senior
    Manager, Xilinx USA
    11:15 Tea break
    11:30 Latest High Speed Transceiver Technology provides answer to the
    Bandwidth Bottleneck in the Telecommunication Industry - John Wei,
    Altera , Hong Kong
    12:15 Upgrading to SystemVerilog for FPGA Designs - Srinivasan
    Venkataramanan, CVC
    12:45 Lunch & Booths
    02:00 Memories; interfaces and controllers - Sandeep Kulkarni,
    02:45 Panel Discussion State of FPGA technology & its adoption in
    03:30 Tea break
    03:15 Customer Presentation
    04:15 Vendor Presentation (small presentations from various vendors
    about their product - 5 to 10 mins)
    05:00 Booths Continues


    Platinum Sponsor Altera
    Gold Sponsors Xilinx, Lattice
    Silver Sponsor ARM

    Registration: FREE! Feel free to bring a friend.

    Just RSVP here or fill the form at

    Contact us if you would like to:
    - Volunteer with us
    - Speak or Refer a speaker
    If you are a vendor:
    - Would like to put a booth - Free -Demo/Talk about a product: Free
    (Tell us what and why)

    Look forward to see you all at the event. Registration is first come
    first serve, recommend to register before all the seats are filled.

    Vikram, May 11, 2010
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