Upcoming webcasts from M&AE and AVI

NASHUA, N.H., 20 June 2012. Listen to top industry professionals with the following live webcasts from Military & Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Intelligence.

On June 21 check out our webcast with Mercury Computer Systems's Director of Product Management Marc Couture as he provides an overview of the Intel roadmap and discusses the design trade-offs for both mobile- and server-class processors. The webcast will cover topics such as mobile- vs. server-class architecture and performance; advantages and best uses for each class of processor; innovations that enable the use of ruggedized Intel server processors; unique development methodology to significantly shorten time to deployable target; and multi-core software
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    On June 26 listen to our webcast with Wind River, an aerospace and defense embedded software solutions company. Wind River's Senior Director of Aerospace and Defense, Joe Wald, and Senior Product Manager, Mark Hermeling, will discuss the evolution of the architectures used in mission critical systems, and how to meet next generation system challenges using Wind River’s Safe and Secure Partitioning Platform which supports multi-OS and multiple applications at differing levels of safety or security.

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    On June 28 join us with Intel's Marketing Manager, Ajit Patel, Radisys's Senior Product Manager of Aerospace and Defense, John Long, and Radisys's Director of Product Line Management, Todd Mersch, as they discuss the migration of military organizations worldwide to Network-Centric Warfare and how to adapt to militaries switching to COTS (Commercial-off-the-shelf) products.
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    Listen to these webcasts and check the webcast section of Military & Aerospace Electronics for information on upcoming webcasts!

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