Actel Discusses Green Power, Power-efficient Architectures and Extending Battery Life

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Acknowledging the unique power challenges facing today's designers, Actel will present several sessions at both the ARM Developers Conference and the Portable Design Conference being held this week at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

    What/When:

    ARM Developers Conference

    Date       Time        Presentation                             Presenter

    Oct. 2,    4:00 -      "Green Power in AC Motor Control with    Mike
    2007       5:45 PM     an ARM Cortex-M1 Processor"              Thompson
                           Discuss how low-power programmable
                           logic solutions can support improved
                           electronic control.

    Oct. 3,    3:00 -      "Implementing Hardware and Software      Mike
    2007       4:45 PM     for an ARM Cortex-M1 Processor in an     Thompson
                           FPGA"
                           Demonstrate the benefits of the
                           industry-standard ARM architecture and
                           FPGA tools in a seamless development
                           flow.


    Portable Design Conference

    Date       Time        Presentation                             Presenter

    Oct. 4,    2:00 -      "Power-efficient Architectures for       Hezi
    2007       2:30 PM     Mission-critical Radio Systems"          Saar
                           Explore the use of low-power
                           programmable solutions to control and
                           optimize battery performance in
                           mission-critical portable
                           applications.

    Oct.4,     3:00 -      "The Proper Care and Feeding of Your     Martin
    2007       3:30 PM     Battery"                                Mason
                           Illustrate how to implement a mixed-
                           signal programmable system chip to
                           monitor and maintain batteries.


    Where:   Santa Clara Convention Center
             5001 Great America Parkway
             Santa Clara, Calif.

About Actel

Attacking power consumption from both the chip and the system levels, Actel Corporation's innovative FPGAs and programmable system chip solutions enable power-efficient design. The company is traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol ACTL and is headquartered at 2061 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, Calif., 94043-4655. For more information about Actel, visit http://www.actel.com. Telephone: 888-99-ACTEL (992-2835).

Web site: http://www.actel.com/




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