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Future Welcomes Registration for DevCon 2012

MONTREAL — Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, invites people to register through the company’s website for DevCon 2012, a 4-day event offering personalized direct and interactive access to the latest technology in the electronics industry.

The theme for DevCon 2012 is “Enabling the Smart Society” and features Dean Kamen, inventor of the Segway, as a guest speaker. DevCon 2012 will be held from October 22-25 at the Hyatt Regency in Orange County, California, and will feature a wide range of presentations, discussion forums and interactive hands-on labs. Topics to be covered include Automotive, Cloud Computing, Computing Architectures, Connectivity, Development Tools, Display, Human Machine Interface, M2M Cloud, Meet the Experts, Motor Control, Operating Systems, Power, Security, System Design Technologies and more.

This 4-day engineering experience assigns every attendee with a Renesas FAE (engineer) and provides an intense, technology-focused environment to accelerate an in-depth understanding of how Renesas products deliver value throughout the design cycle. With a 50/50 split of hands-on labs and lectures, participants will have unprecedented access to Renesas’ technology and one-on-one interaction with the experts.

All participants will receive a complimentary Renesas Development Kit (either RX63N RDK or RL78 RDK; a $99 value), one FREE tool from an extensive list of products (a value of up to $2400) and a 50% discount on a variety of Renesas tools through December 31, 2012.

In addition, by registering at and selecting Future Electronics as the dis¬tributor of choice, and attending each day of the seminar, participants will automatically be entered for a chance to win one of five Kindle Fire eReaders, to be given away in a random drawing at the event.

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