Forum: FPGA, VHDL & Verilog 4th FPGA Camp, Silicon Valley - 6 Apr 2011

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FREE & Simple)

FPGA Camp is a conference, which brings engineers together to discus 
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.

Since its inception in Year 2009, FPGA Camp decided to stay vendor 
neutral. The attendance is completely FREE and so is putting up a booth. 
Due to the this approach we soon have been coined as an Open Source 
conference by Industry leaders like Eric Bogatin, Colin Warwick & Max 

The event will focus on demonstrating key technologies available to 
bring processor inside the FPGAs. It will provide a glimpse of what to 
expect in the future, and how to use these great features for your next 

AGENDA:(visit http://www.fpgacentral.com/fpgacamp for details)
4:00 PM Exhibit booths
4:25 PM Introductions
4:30 PM Tech Talk 1: On Die Instrumentation
5:05 PM Tech Talk 2: PCIe 3.0 case study
5:40 PM Tech Talk 3: Design Choices for Embedded Real-Time Control 
6:15 PM Dinner & Exhibit
6:45 PM Vendor Presentation
7:00 PM Panel: "State Of FPGAs - Current & Future" - Moderated by Dave 
Orecchio, CEO, Gaterocket
8:15 PM Closing

Speakers & Moderator(visit http://www.fpgacentral.com/fpgacamp for more)
Dave Orecchio - GateRocket
Gordon Hands - Lattice
Chris Eddington - Synopsys
Dave Bursky - Chip Design Magazine
and more...

Lattice Semiconductor
Rhino Labs
Agilent Technologies

REGISTER NOW http://fpgacamp-sv-apr2011.eventbrite.com (registration is 
FREE & Simple)


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