Empower Technologies to Exhibit Embedded Solutions at Texas Instruments Developer Conference (TIDC) 2005
Empower makes TIDC debut as Gold Sponsor and member of TI’s Third Party Developer Network
Richmond, British Columbia – January 31, 2005 - Empower Technologies Corporation (“Empower”) announces today the debut of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Empower Technologies, Inc. of Redmond, Washington, as a Gold Sponsor at the Texas Instruments Developer Conference (TIDC) to be held February 15-17, 2005 in Houston, Texas.
The TIDC provides technology sponsors and exhibitors with networking and training opportunities with industry and TI experts and peer-to-peer interaction for embedded designers like Empower. With more than 100 technical sessions and hands-on workshops, attendees can immerse themselves in signal processing technologies such as high-performance analog (HPA), digital signal processing (DSP), Digital Light Processing™ (DLP), microcontroller, microprocessor, Field Programmable Gate Array and complementary technologies.
“We are very excited to be making our debut at TIDC as both a Third Party Developer and Gold Sponsor,” stated Paul Leung, chairman and CEO of Empower Technologies. “It is very important to support events which foster the global advancement of DSP and embedded technology. The intelligent consumer products market is rapidly expanding with more components powered by embedded operating systems, and the versatility and flexibility of LEOs for OMAP5910 will help redefine performance expectations in a number of consumer verticals.”
Last October, together with Texas Instruments, Empower launched the LinuxDATM Embedded O/S (LEOs) powered by TI’s OMAP5910 dual-core processor. Geared to powering portable data terminals (PDT) with real-time data and multimedia capabilities, the OMAP5910 is a dual-core SoC (system-on-chip) for applications requiring high-performance signal processing at low power consumption.
Based on this advanced technology, Empower will be exhibiting three key products at the TIDC, each of which incorporates the OMAP5910 CPU and LEOs:
For more information, visit the Empower Technologies website (www.empowertechnologies.com).
About Empower Technologies:
Founded in 2000, Empower Technologies is a provider of Linux-based embedded system technologies and solutions for the consumer electronics industry and the intelligent appliance market.
Empower is an innovative company that introduced to the world Linux DA O/S, the first and only complete Palm® Handheld compatible Linux Operating System scaled down for the Motorola
Empower’s brands are “LinuxDA” (www.linuxda.com) a Linux-based embedded operating system and “PowerPlay” (www.powerplaydevices.com) smart consumer electronics.
About the Texas Instruments Developer Conference:
As the industry’s premier real time signal processing event, the TI Developer Conference (February 15-17, 2005) showcases the latest innovations in high performance analog, DSP, DLP™ and microcontroller technology to help customers maximize system design and accelerate time to market. Offering a series of informative keynote speeches and demonstrations, more than 100 technical sessions and a wide range of tracks including audio, video, communications, systems, tools and control, the conference allows attendees to remain ahead of the technology curve and gain valuable insight into the latest trends in signal processing. For more information, visit www.ti.com/tidc05mr.
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