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Freescale opens systems lab in Texas A&M Engineering

Posted: 20 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:freescale semiconductor? texas a&m engineering? freescale digital systems laboratory? semiconductor? processor?

Freescale Semiconductor Inc. and Texas A&M Engineering have announced the opening of Freescale Digital Systems Laboratory located inside the department of engineering technology and industrial distribution within the Dwight Look college of engineering at Texas A&M University.

The 1,550-square-foot lab is expected to support ongoing efforts to educate undergraduate students. It is also expected to create research opportunities for students and faculty members, particularly in the areas of advanced semiconductor testing methodologies and embedded processor systems development.

The lab will be divided into two parts. The research part of the lab includes two testers: one donated by Freescale; the second, by Teradyne. The academic part of the lab hosts two undergraduate courses for sophomore students and beyond, with a third course planned.

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