Hardent is Ready for the Arrival of the Vivado™ Design Suite

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Pre-registration for Vivado Design Suite Training is now available for electronic design engineers who are looking to learn how they can reap the benefits of Xilinx’s most recently announced technology.

Xilinx Vivado Design Suite training - Pre-Registration by Hardent Academy

Xilinx Vivado Design Suite training - Pre-Registration by Hardent Academy

Because Vivado Design Suite simplifies the workflow and boosts the productivity of electronic design engineers in ways that the ISE Design Suite couldn’t, we believe that many electronic design engineers will be eager to receive training about Vivado

Further to last week’s announcement by Xilinx regarding a new IP and system-centric design environment--the Vivado Design Suite--Hardent, the exclusive Xilinx Authorized Training Provider in most of Canada and the eastern US, is proud to announce that they are ready to train early-access customers for the Vivado Design Suite immediately and all customers from day one after its public release.

Being a part of Xilinx’s early access program, Hardent had a chance to thoroughly test Vivado ahead of its release. Hardent has been working with Xilinx to certify its electronic design experts and bring them up to date with the innovativeness of Vivado Design Suite. Hardent experts gained sufficient experience to be able to train, coach and consult companies about the Vivado design platform. This will allow Hardent to begin training on Vivado the moment it is released to the customers.

Vivado is Xilinx’s revolutionary electronic design environment, to be released in the summer of 2012. It has been built from the ground up to accelerate design productivity. Vivado tools accelerate the design of programmable logic and I/O, and speed up programmable systems integration and implementation into devices incorporating 3D stacked silicon interconnect technology, ARM processing systems, analog mixed signals, and a significant percentage of semiconductor intellectual property cores. Vivado revolutionizes the process by which engineers design and test ‘all-programmable’ devices. While the former ISE Design Suite will continue to be supported, all new design starting September 2012 should be shifted over to Vivado.

“Because Vivado Design Suite simplifies the workflow and boosts the productivity of electronic design engineers in ways that the ISE Design Suite couldn’t, we believe that many electronic design engineers will be eager to receive training about the Vivado Design Suite,” said Simon Robin, president and CEO of Hardent. Thus, Hardent has gone through a great deal of preparation to ensure that the relevant training courses are available as soon as customers have access to the design suite.

Pre-registration for Vivado Design Suite training is available now, while the schedule of all updated courses will be published closer to Vivado’s release date. If you are interested in learning more about Vivado, please do not hesitate to visit Hardent’s website and pre-register.

About Hardent

Hardent is a highly experienced training house and the exclusive Xilinx Authorized Training Provider for Canada, New England and Southeastern United States. It offers FPGA courses, digital signal processing (DSP) design training, embedded software course training, SystemVerilog training, and a range of other courses targeted at HDL design experts. Consult the Hardent website for more on the Hardent training courses.

Hardent also provides Electronic Design Services, serving as an extension of companies' electronic design and engineering departments to achieve faster time-to-market and high electronic innovation. With unique capabilities to rapidly understand a company’s requirements, Hardent's problem-solving skills and cutting-edge design expertise produce creative electronic solutions. The company offers transparent communication, high project visibility, and never-ending support. For further information about electronic design services, visit the Hardent web site.

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