ASIC Design Services, a company specialising in ASIC and FPGA design, has been certified as an ARM approved training centre (ATC) and will be providing official ARM training in South Africa. The training provided by ASIC Design Services is given under licence from ARM, which ensures that the training delivered by approved training centres is of the same high standard as customers would expect from ARM.
“With the leading programmable logic vendors offering embedded ARM processors, we recognised the need for professional ARM training courses for our traditional FPGA customers as well as the broader embedded ARM community in our market,” said Tony Dal Maso, chief executive officer of ASIC Design Services. “We have offered certified VHDL and digital design training courses for many years and are aware of the importance of formal training to our customers. Training is a vital catalyst for successful design and results in improved engineering solutions being developed in shorter timescales. The training programme will be one of the most beneficial services we can provide to ARM users.”
“ARM understands the need for local training centres,” said Chris Shore, ARM training manager. “We have a long-established network of training partners, under the brand of ARM approved training centres. This now extends to over 20 training companies across five continents. ASIC Design Services has the necessary technical capability to deliver ARM training courses and is a proven training provider. As an approved training centre, they will be a tremendous resource in enabling us to further strengthen our already strong ARM ecosystem in South Africa. ASIC Design Services will prove an invaluable resource for South African engineers, training them on advanced ARM technologies.”
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