Lowest Power 32-bit Cortex M-series microcontrollers for portable and industrial applications
NXP recently introduced a broad line of lowest power Cortex M-series microcontrollers based on the industry leading ARM architecture. These new LPC1300 and LPC1100 microcontroller products are suitable for embedded consumer, industrial, and portable medical applications. Please join us to learn more about this new technology, providing detail on features and benefits to address your application needs. In this session, we will review how you can easily deploy these small footprints, low power microcontrollers in your next design.
Chris Guarneri works as a Field Application Engineer (FAE) with NXP, and is based in Minneapolis, MN.
He started his career as an FAE at Philips Semiconductors in 2006. Prior to NXP, Chris spent over ten years as a design engineer in the industrial controls and sensors market. His background includes firmware, mixed-signal and communications design. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technologies (EET) from Mankato State University, and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from the University of St. Thomas.
Michael Pena is the Director of Technical Services for NXP, Americas. He received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from the University of Alabama, Huntsville (UAH) in 1985. Michael started with Philips Semiconductors as a Field Applications Engineer (FAE) in 1991, and has held multiple field and product development roles in the company. Currently, Michael manages the Americas FAE organization, and two application support centers, focusing on developing system level solutions for a variety of markets using the extensive semiconductor portfolio of NXP Semiconductors.
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