Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas Launches "Connecting the Internet of Things with TI Wireless Technology" SpeedWay(tm) Seminar Series

Do you need to know how to develop applications that fit into the world of connected smart devices? Then you should sign up for the newest SpeedWay(tm) seminar series offered by Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT) in conjunction with Texas Instruments (TI). "Connecting the Internet of Things with TI Wireless Technology" will help engineers kick-start the development of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth/Bluetooth low energy, and 802.15.4-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) applications, and will take place in more than 20 locations across North America. To sign up for an upcoming SpeedWay seminar near you, visit em.avnet.com/ti-iottraining.

Do you need to know how to develop applications that fit into the world of connected smart devices? Then you should sign up for the newest SpeedWay™ seminar series offered by Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT) in conjunction with Texas Instruments (TI). “Connecting with TI Technology” will help engineers kick-start the development of , Bluetooth/Bluetooth low energy, and 802.15.4-enabled () applications, and will take place in more than 20 locations across North America. To sign up for an upcoming SpeedWay seminar near you, visit em.avnet.com/ti-iottraining.

Using a system-level approach, attendees will receive an overview of TI’s wireless connectivity technologies, education on the application spaces for different protocols and enjoy an extensive hands-on experience into Wi-Fi connectivity. The lab portions of the training will use the new Avnet designed Wi-Go system to demonstrate the functionality of a complete, Internet connected, intelligent, portable system. The new Wi-Go system features TI’s SimpleLink™ CC3000 module for Wi-Fi along with TI power management solutions to optimize board efficiency.

“As consumers, we all want to receive more information from our devices in real-time and this requires wireless connectivity. As a result, more and more of our customers are incorporating wireless technology into their products and developing whole new solutions for the Internet of Things,” said Jim Carver, technical director, Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas. “This seminar is an ideal venue for design engineers to learn how to efficiently manage the complexity of now-pervasive wireless development.”

To register, or get more information, visit em.avnet.com/ti-iottraining.

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