As Xilinx’s authorized training partner, Hardent is introducing a new visual resource allowing electronic design engineers to extend their horizons with brief engineering videos.
Hardent is pleased to announce a new online resource for electronic design engineers to get up to date information on issues such as best-practices, new training courses, and the latest trends in the electronics industry. This resource is a video channel that will introduce new videos in an attempt to assist engineers find the best solutions to many of the challenges they face.
Occasionally, the engineering videos will focus on more specific design methodologies and solutions, helping engineering departments better understand the services and training sessions that Hardent has to offer. They will illustrate the procedures which Hardent’s electronic design experts use to achieve maximum performance, stability, and reliability in their solutions, while simultaneously reducing costs and time-to-market. “Our new video channel provides valuable resources to both electronic design engineers and system architects,” said Simon Robin, CEO and founder of Hardent. “The videos help companies and people make the right decisions of what training to take or which technology to use and how to go about using it.”
The first video available now on the engineering video channel is a DSP vs. FPGA: Which Provides the Optimum Solution. It explains when to use an FPGA implementation, and when a DSP implementation will be more effective. It covers which criteria are best suited for each implementation, and the specific challenges which each technology was designed to solve. It also addresses what kind of training would be most beneficial to have in order to implement efficient and fast time-to-market solutions.