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Avnet Subject Matter Experts Demonstrate Advantages of TI MSP430 Technology in Low Power Designs


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Avnet Subject Matter Experts Demonstrate Advantages of TI MSP430 Technology in Low Power Designs

Avnet Subject Matter Experts Demonstrate Advantages of TI MSP430 Technology in Low Power Designs

PHOENIX -- Avnet Electronics Marketing, an operating group of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT), announces an On-Ramp Technical Session™ featuring solutions from Texas Instruments (TI). The new On-Ramp Technical Session features live presentations and demonstrations of the just-announced TI MSP430F5xx generation of microcontrollers, and it is being offered free of charge for qualified Avnet North American customers.

The new Avnet On-Ramp Technical Session helps accelerate customer development cycles by demonstrating how next generation 16-bit MSP430 MCU technology delivers enhanced performance and deeper integration for ultra-low power applications. MSP4305xx generation devices offer designers longer battery life and the ability to use smaller batteries or no batteries at all in energy-harvesting systems.

“Avnet On-Ramp Technical Sessions were created for our customers to give them an opportunity to preview the hottest design techniques in a practical one-on-one manner,” said Marc Gsand, vice president of technical marketing for Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas. “This On-Ramp features new products from TI’s popular low power MSP430 product line that deliver enhanced performance for deeper integration.”

“Low power is becoming more important to applications that seek to free the end user from worrying about changing a battery. TI is focused on developing new technologies like the F5xx to help make applications lower power without sacrificing performance,” said Brian Crutcher, vice president and general manager of Advanced Embedded Control for Texas Instruments. “Avnet’s On-Ramp Technical Sessions are a great way to help our MSP430 customers get their designs to market quickly and efficiently.”



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