Join Newark element14 and NXP Semiconductor for an exclusive webinar featuring element14’s LPC4357-EVB development board.

 

The LPC4357-EVB from element14 is a low cost development board featuring a dual core configuration using an ARM Cortex-M4 MCU with an ARM Cortex-M0 as a co-processor. The LPC4357-EVB is built around NXP’s award-winning LPC4300 digital signal controller series which includes the highest performing Cortex-M4 microcontroller in the industry.

 

This webinar will consist of 3 parts:

 

First, Gordon Cooper, Product Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductor, will give an overview of the key LPC4357 features including:
• the Cortex-M0 coprocessor for offloading control and I/O tasks from the Cortex-M4
• the graphic LCD controller and free (to NXP users) emWin graphic software library for creating high quality user interfaces
• dual-USB high-speed host/devices capabilities including free USB software
• NXP’s SPIFI interface – an inexpensive way to extend on-board Flash for code and data storage
• NXP's unique configurable peripherals – such as the State Configurable Timer and Serial GPIO – that can offload processor bandwidth while providing maximum I/O flexibility to the developer.

 

Next, Nitin Kulkarni, Division Marketing Manager, Spansion, will discuss the benefits of Spansion FL Serial Flash memory and using the NXP SPIFI interface.  Featuring a broad density storage and fast quad i/o read performance, Spansion Serial Flash memory is the perfect choice for NXP-based designs and is prominently featured on the LPC4357-EVB platform.

 

Then, Vandana Lokeshwar, Technology Development Manager, Newark element14, will review the key features of the board supported development tools and application software.

 

About the Presenters:

 

Gordon Cooper, Product Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductor
Gordon Cooper is the product marketing manager for NXP's digital signal controllers and high performance microcontrollers. He has twenty years of experience in embedded digital signal processing design, applications support and management. Prior to joining NXP, Gordon spent 16 years at Analog Devices, Inc. in roles including Sr. Product Line Manager for Embedded Software, Director of Field Applications Engineers, and Director of Training & Development for Worldwide Sales. Gordon retired as a Major with the U.S. Army Reserves where he served as a Public Affairs Officer. He holds a BSEE from Clarkson University.

 

Nitin Kulkarni, Division Marketing Manager, Spansion

Nitin Kulkarni is the division marketing manager for Spansion’s serial Flash memory portfolio and has spearheaded the launch of multiple product lines in the serial Flash market.  Nitin has over 15 years of combined marketing and product management experience in semiconductors, systems and networking products.  Before joining Spansion, Nitin has spent several years with Fortune 500 companies leading product validation, software development and program management of leading edge microprocessors, WLAN, Networking and PC/mobile platforms.  He holds a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering.

 

Vandana Lokeshwar, Technology Development Manager, Newark element14
Vandana has a degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering and has been in the US working for Premier Farnell for the past 5 years. Vandana has twenty years of experience in embedded systems design specializing in the 32-bit processors based on ARM and PowerPC technologies for consumer and networking, communication applications.