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Microchip Launches Free Technical Training Series in India That Shows How to Easily Move Applications Among 8, 16 and 32-bit PIC® MCUs

Microchip Launches Free Technical Training Series in India That Shows How to Easily Move Applications Among 8, 16 and 32-bit PIC® MCUs

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Press Release for Immediate Publication: 
Microchip Launches Free Technical Training Series in India That ShowsHow to Easily Move Applications Among 8, 16 and 32-bit PIC
 ® 
MCUs
Seminars Based on Real-World Application; Teach Designers How to Save Time and Money by Reusing Code and Tools for a Broad Range of Applications 
Bangalore, December 20, 2011: [NASDAQ: MCHP]
Microchip Technology Inc., a leadingprovider of microcontroller, analog and Flash-IP solutions, today announced a free
in India
beginning in February
that will show designers how toeasily adapt to changing product requirements by migrating a real-world application from 8, to 16,to 32-bit 
 (MCUs). The seminars will run from February to March 2012 ineight locations
Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Cochin, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and NewDelhi. These one-day classes will teach engineers how to migrate the application using one set oftools and with minimal code changes; demonstrating how they can save both time and moneythrough reuse.
The seminars will utilize Microchip’s free software tools and the
,” which is bundled with the PICkit™
3 in-circuit debugger and programmer,and is exclusively offered to attendees at a discounted price.Many designers need to quickly expand product feature sets, or create a broad range of productsat the outset, and they would prefer to save time and money by maintaining a common code base.However, feature-set expansions often force designers to move to a new microcontroller thatrequires different tools.
Microchip’s
free 
 (IDE)enables designers to easily migrate code among all of the more than 800 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bitPIC MCUs. This seminar series walks designers through the migration of a real-world applicationusing a single IDE, while illustrating how to select the
best MCU for each design’s unique
requirements. The example application will also feature the latest technologies for
, 
 and 
 in embedded designs, as it progresses from anentry-level to a top-of-the-line end product.

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