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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Mar 28, 2007

The Evolving Architecture Standards Conference will include a variety of technical papers, a keynote address from PICMG, a table-top exhibition, hands-on workshops and a panel discussion.

Schroff UK and a number of other key organisations involved in the development of the emerging AdvancedTCA and MicroTCA open computing specifications are sponsoring a one-day technical conference on 25th April 2007 at the RBS Williams Formula 1 Conference Centre in Oxfordshire.

The move to modular, standards-based architectures for telecomms network systems is now rapidly gaining momentum, with the AdvancedTCA specification proving to be a popular choice for high-end applications.

At the lower end, MicroTCA provides a flexible, scalable and cost-effective solution that allows AdvancedMC modules to be plugged directly into a backplane without the need for a carrier.

MicroTCA is also beginning to attract the attention of other market sectors, including industrial automation, image processing, medical equipment and defence technology.

Aimed at electronics design engineers and management, embedded developers and technical telecomms professionals, the "Evolving Architecture Standards: ATCA, MicroTCA, AMC" conference will include a variety of technical papers, a keynote address from PICMG (the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group), a table-top exhibition, hands-on workshops and a panel discussion.

For more details of the Evolving Architecture Standards event, follow the link on Schroff's homepage.

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