Cypress to Host Net Seminar: 'Don't Let Jitter Steal Your System's Performance' | Cypress Semiconductor
Cypress to Host Net Seminar: 'Don't Let Jitter Steal Your System's Performance'
Seminar will be Broadcast on Thursday, April 29th at 11:00 a.m. (PDT)
SAN JOSE, Calif., April 26, 2004 - Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE:CY) today announced that its Timing Technology Division will host a one-hour web seminar on handling jitter in high-speed clock design. The seminar, entitled "Don't Let Jitter Steal Your System's Performance" will be broadcast live on April 29th at 11:00 a.m. (PDT).
Like a thief in the night, jitter can easily rob an operating system's timing budget of margin and create gaps in system performance. Presented by Cypress timing technology experts; Trung Tran and Earnest Buterbaugh, the seminar will shed light on jitter - what it means to a system and the best ways to limit its impact on your system design.
To register for this net seminar, visit the Cypress website at http://www.cypress.com/support/link.cfm?ev=jitterseminar .
If you are unable to attend this live event, the seminar will be available in archive for six months.
About the Presenters:
Earnest Buterbaugh is a principal field applications engineer at Cypress." In his current position, Mr. Buterbaugh is responsible for technical support in the development and implementation of customer applications and company products. Mr. Buterbaugh received a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and is a published author. His most recent publication is the highly acclaimed book: Perfect Timing: A Design Guide for Clock Generation and Distribution.
Trung Tran is currently a product applications department manager for the Timing Technology Division at Cypress. Mr. Tran serves as a task group chair for the FBDIMM and as an alternate to the board of directors for JEDEC. In addition to graduating top in his class in electrical engineering at the United States Air Force Academy, Tran also received multiple commendations for technical innovation. During his tenure in the USAF, Tran served as the project lead on the National Security Agency's first family of reprogrammable crypto chips.
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE: CY) is Connecting From Last Mile to First Mile(TM) with high-performance solutions for personal, network access, enterprise, metro switch and core communications-system applications. Cypress Connects(TM) using wireless, wireline, digital and optical transmission standards, including USB, Fibre Channel, SONET/SDH, Gigabit Ethernet and DWDM. Leveraging its process and system-level expertise, Cypress makes industry-leading physical layer devices, framers and network search engines, along with a broad portfolio of high-bandwidth memories, timing technology solutions, and reconfigurable mixed-signal arrays. More information about Cypress is accessible online at www.cypress.com.
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