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        #Announcement(IoTStack) #Event #Webinar [ via IoTGroup ]
        #Organizer : NXP #StartDateTime : 24 June 2020 20:30


        Embedded processors are constantly evolving, with more integrated features, better performance and a wider set of interfaces. Designing your next-generation embedded product becomes a complex challenge both on software and hardware aspects. Leveraging the full span of NXP’s i.MX families with Variscite’s System-on-Module solutions eases your path to a successful embedded product launch while maintaining full scalability between the different i.MX processors and extending your product lifetime.

        In this webinar you will learn about: • NXP’s i.MX product portfolio, with a focus on the new i.MX 8 families • The System-on-Module concept and how to leverage it to shorten time to market and optimize your R&D resources
        • Variscite pin-to-pin System-on-Module families as the basis for a complete scalable embedded product design
        • How to design a scalable embedded product supporting various i.MX processors:
        ○ i.MX 6ULL, through i.MX 6
        ○ i.MX 8M Nano, i.MX 8M Mini, i.MX 8M Plus, i.MX 8X and i.MX 8QuadMax
        • A scalable design: Hardware aspects
        • A scalable design
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        Software aspects Panelists:
        Robert Thompson, MPU Ecosystem Manager, NXP Ofer Austerlitz, VP Business Development & Sales, Variscite
        Aviad Hadad, R&D Hardware expert, Variscite
        Pierluigi Passaro, R&D Software expert, Variscite


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