To complement the X-fest experience, Hardent will be offering participants the opportunity to define a complete FPGA design training plan tailored to their individual needs.
Hardent, a leading Xilinx® Authorized Training Provider (ATP), has announced that it will help X-fest participants define a personalized FPGA design training plan. Avnet’s X-fest events are held throughout the world each year and offer FPGA designers the opportunity to learn about Xilinx’s latest technology and product development methodology through practical training seminars. Participants who would like to expand their knowledge of topics covered during Avnet’s X-fest seminars will be able to discuss their individual training needs and professional goals with Hardent’s team during the X-fest events in Boston, Montreal, and Toronto this fall.
Today’s FPGA, SoC, DSP, verification and embedded systems engineers face many challenges, in particular the need to get up to speed with recent innovations in technology and understand their impact for electronic product development. Whether it is understanding the latest Xilinx UltraScale™ architecture or Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoCs, having the knowledge to implement the latest technology is key to developing innovative electronic products and helping designers advance in their careers. “The X-fest seminars are a great opportunity for participants to find out about the latest features and benefits of Xilinx technology”, says Simon Robin, President at Hardent. “Consequently, electronic designers often realize the need to expand their knowledge of certain subjects and improve their professional skill set.” Developing a personalized training plan with Hardent will allow both hardware and software designers to take topics covered during the X-fest seminars to the next level, while also addressing their individual professional development goals.
As a Xilinx ATP, Hardent offers FPGA design training such as “Designing with the Ultrascale Architecture”, “Zynq All Programmable SoC System Architecture” and “Hardware/Software Co-design for the Xilinx Zynq Virtual Platform”. These courses are just some of the options available that act as a natural progression to the topics covered during this year’s X-fest seminars and equip designers with both the theoretical and practical knowledge to be able to independently leverage these technologies in their work. Courses are taught using a variety of learning methods, with students having the flexibility to choose between learning in-person with an instructor or taking a training course online from their home or office.
Hardent is a leading electronic design company specialized in FPGA design and FPGA training solutions. As a Xilinx ATP for New England, the Southeastern United States and Canada (excluding BC), and an ARM Authorized Training Center (ATC) for North America, Hardent has trained over 7,000 engineers worldwide since 2007. All trainers at Hardent are experts in their field and bring real-world engineering experience to the classroom.
Register now for one of the upcoming Avnet X-fest events in Boston, Montreal, and Toronto.
Find out further information about FPGA design training from Hardent’s team at the X-fest events or consult Hardent’s website for the complete list of upcoming Xilinx training courses.
Hardent is a professional services firm providing training, engineering and management consulting to leading worldwide electronics equipment and component manufacturers. Hardent’s experts cultivate innovation in electronics and are specialized in ASICs, FPGAs, DSP design, system verification, embedded software, and system on chip (SoC) design. The company is committed to developing high-complexity electronic products, improving engineering processes, accelerating products’ time-to-market and providing expert training solutions.