With online training in FPGA design and implementation, together with the constant expansion of the video channel, Hardent grows as a resource for FPGA development online
To assist engineers with new FPGA design and implementation issues, Hardent has added instructional videos to its video channel to provide further information on electronics circuit design with FPGAs. To support this additional material, Hardent has also expanded its online live training schedule with additional courses and more available dates.
In the effort to accommodate the busy schedules of those practicing electronics circuit design in various industries, Hardent has invested in making the information about FPGA implementation and design easily accessible online. “Research has shown a major growth worldwide in online on-the-job training; and we have noticed that more and more of our customers are asking us to train their employees online,” noted Simon Robin, CEO and founder of Hardent. “That’s why Hardent is leading the charge to bring our training services online.”
This month, Hardent is introducing two new videos. One pertains to Xilinx online training, and aims to inform viewers about what they can expect if they take one of Hardent’s FPGA design and implementation courses online. The second one explains the benefits of PlanAhead, a Xilinx FPGA development tool, and is targeted at electronic design engineers that have some experience with FPGA implementation. It explains how this new tool makes the design experience more productive, flexible and efficient, and how users of the ISE project navigator might go about making the switch. More information and personalized instruction–for both advanced FPGA designers and electronic engineers just turning to FPGA implementations–is available as part of Hardent’s online course offering. These courses can be taken worldwide, and can be made to fit any schedule.
Hardent is a highly experienced training house and the exclusive Xilinx Authorized Training Provider for Canada, New England and Southeastern United States. It offers FPGA courses, digital signal processing (DSP) design training, embedded software course training, SystemVerilog training, and a range of other courses targeted at HDL design experts. Consult the Hardent website for more on the Hardent training courses.
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