University Program ships Lab-in-a-Box
03 March 2014
ARM and partners ship Lab-in-a-Box to higher education electronics and engineering courses around the globe.
ARM-based technology and training materials support electronics and computer engineering courses. The kit provides a migration package for academics wanting to upgrade their existing curricula to ARM-based technologies.
It includes hardware boards from ARM partners, software licenses from ARM, and complete teaching materials ready to be immediately deployed in classes. Current partners supplying hardware boards include Freescale and NXP. The full contents of the box are 10 ARM-based development boards, 100 ARM Keil MDK-ARM Pro 1-year, renewable software tools licenses and a suite of teaching materials from ARM, including lecture note slides, demonstration codes, lab manuals and projects with solutions in source.
The ARM University Program provides a variety of teaching materials, hardware platforms, software development tools, IP, and other resources for educators, students, and researchers. Current partners include Cypress, Freescale, Nuvoton, NXP, ST and Silicon Labs/Energy Micro.
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