Customized remote training added to education portfolio

25-02-2015 | ARM | Design Applications

ARM has expanded its technical training portfolio to include live courses
that can be remotely-delivered in any location. The courses will provide a
flexible and fast-response training service for companies and individuals,
allowing them to take full advantage of ARM technology features. Ultimately,
this will enable products to be delivered to market faster and more
cost-effectively, says the company.

"Our ecosystem partners make significant investments to differentiate
themselves and utilize the value the ARM platform offers," said Monika
Biddulph, general manager, Partner Enablement Group, ARM. "Our new training
program will help partners to deliver their products far more efficiently
because of the significantly expanded access they will now get to the
world’s best ARM architecture trainers. This will extend the competitive
advantage even further for companies taking part.”

The program provides remote training for classes of two engineers and
upwards with workshop durations ranging from two hours to two days. It is
also possible to request customized workshops tailored to individual
designers’ specific needs.

The ARM training team offers a broad suite of courses including an
introduction to ARMv8-A architecture, a one day advanced course on
virtualization and a selection of two day courses covering ARM NEON and ARM
CoreSight debug and trace technology.

The remote training portfolio is aimed at SoC designers, software developers
and engineers who are integrating ARM based silicon into system-level
applications. Courses are delivered in English from ARM’s live broadcast
studios in Cambridge, with attendees connected in from as many locations as
required. There is a plan to support other languages, including Mandarin, at
a later date.

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