Hardent, a leading Xilinx Authorized Training Provider (ATP) and a certified member of the Xilinx Alliance program, has announced that FPGA specialist and trainer Reg Zatrepalek has received an Outstanding Instructor Award for Xilinx training in North America for fiscal year 2017. The award was presented at the annual Xilinx ATP Summit held in San Jose, California.
Xilinx offers an extensive curriculum of training courses covering all aspects of FPGA and embedded design. Developed by Xilinx engineers, these instructor-led training courses help Xilinx customers accelerate their productivity and get products to market faster. Xilinx Authorized Training Providers (ATPs) form a global network of expert instructors that have been certified by Xilinx and are authorized exclusively to teach these training courses in their respective region.
Hardent has been the Xilinx ATP for New England, the Southeastern United States and Canada (excluding BC) since 2009. Xilinx training, offered by Hardent, covers FPGA design techniques and methodology, embedded systems design, functional verification, and programming languages. In addition, Hardent offers product-specific training on the Vivado® Design Suite, the SDSoC™ development environment, and devices such as the Xilinx® 7 Series, UltraScale+™ FPGAs, and Zynq® All Programmable SoCs and MPSoCs.
Hardent’s trainers are experts who bring real-world engineering experience to the classroom. “This award is an important achievement and it demonstrates that leveraging the specialized knowledge of our trainers delivers an outstanding student experience,” explains Ellen Kavmark, Training Manager at Hardent. Courses are taught using a variety of learning methods and training materials can be customized to help teams get access to the most relevant and up-to-date information for their current design projects.
Learn more about Xilinx training courses by visiting Hardent’s website.