Hardent will provide brand-new ARM® Cortex®-M7 training and Cortex-A training focusing on ARM’s 64-bit processor technology to assist engineers with developing innovative embedded applications.
Hardent has announced that it will be the first ARM® Approved Training Center (ATC) to publicly deliver ARM’s newly released Cortex®-M7 training course in North America. Hardent is also extending its training portfolio to include ARM’s new 64-bit Cortex-A software development courses.
ARM Cortex processors are at the heart of today’s embedded applications, found in everything from consumer products to medical instruments. As the latest generation of ARM processors offer an extensive set of new features, embedded engineers are turning to ARM training solutions to thoroughly understand how to leverage the processors’ high-performance system interfaces to develop innovative embedded applications. “ARM training allows engineers to architect better systems and write better code by providing a comprehensive understanding of features and capabilities,” says Simon Robin, President at Hardent. “Whether it be the memory protection of the Cortex-M7 or the memory management of the Cortex-A57, students walk away with all bases covered.”
The new courses will be taught by an ARM accredited trainer with real-world experience in developing embedded applications and will be available in-person across North America, as well as online from anywhere in the world. The first ARM Cortex-M7 Software Development training sessions are scheduled for September 1-3 in Toronto and October 6-8 in Burlington and online.
Embedded engineers will have the opportunity to preview the new ARM Cortex-M7 training at the Toronto ARM/KEIL User Group meeting to be held July 22, 2015. Hardent’s embedded software specialist and ARM accredited trainer Shaun Purvis will present a training session highlighting the performance boosting capabilities of the Cortex-M7’s memory subsystem.
Register now for the Toronto ARM/KEIL User Group. For more information on ARM Cortex-M7 or Cortex-A training courses, or a complete list of upcoming sessions in your region, consult consult Hardent’s ARM training schedule.