BANGALORE- Texas Instruments India, the Indian arm of Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) today announced the seventh annual Texas Instruments Developer Conference 2004 (TIDC) designed specifically for engineers working in system designs, hardware and embedded software applications.
The TI Developer conference addresses the needs of beginners and experts in DSP applications and system designs. This two-day event, scheduled for December 1 & 2, 2004 at The Nimhans Convention Centre, will feature over 20 TI third party exhibitors and 45 addresses by stellar thought leaders on Video compression Technology, Control systems, Digital Light Processing (DLP), Cellular System and other Wireless Technologies, RFID, Consumer Electronics, Broadband, Analog and Automotive Symposiums.
The conference will also include live demonstrations of technology and solution offerings in specially dedicated areas by TI third party developers and solution providers.
The theme of the Developer Conference this year would be 'Complex 2 Simple'. The conference aims at bringing academia with their research, third party with applications and Texas Instruments with the technology and knit them all together successfully.
"We are excited to announce the seventh developer conference, an event which brings together developers and academia in a professional networking environment," said Mr. Sham Banerji, Head Software Development Texas Instruments India. "It is important for both Developers and Academia to network and discover how to work together to develop successful applications and share ideas to create innovative product solutions," he added.
"Our goal is to provide practical and engaging technology training that will demonstrate to participants how to lead their organization toward success, by combining technical skills with business know-how," said Jithu Niruthambath, General Manager, Software Business Development, Texas Instruments India. "TI believes in making applications simpler by providing access to cutting edge technology that enables the developers to address emerging markets," he added.
Apart from in-depth sessions in technology and trends, this year the TI Developer Conference boasts of eminent speakers like Padmasree Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras and Prof. Sadagopan, IIIT Bangalore.
Online registration for the TI Developer Conference is available. For more information on the conference and specific sessions, please visit www.ti.com/india