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ARM Based Community oriented to Job

Hi everybody,

I write this small news in order to inform you an ARM network has been created around job opportunities and Vocational TRaining for student. This open group is coming together design, hardware software domains on ARM RISC Architecture.
With more than 1,500 users from great companies like:

IP Development:
ARM, Wavecom,Maxim Integrated Products,Renesas, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Freescale, NXP, LSI Logic, Energy Micro,
Scaleo chip, Marvell, Symwave

SoC Design Center:
Atmel, Freescale, Cypress,Texas Instruments, Intel, Wavecom, Cypress, Maxim Integrated Products, Renesas, Samsung,
ST-NXP Wireless, STMicroelectronics, NXP, LSI Logic, Energy Micro, Scaleo chip, Marvell, Symwave, Inc.Intrinsity,
Nuvoton, Rockchip, California Eastern Laboratories, IC Microsystems, Scaleo chip

Software/OS Development (BSP):
Adeneo, SPIRIT DSP, Green Hills Software, Inc, SEGGER Microcontroller, QNX Software Systems, Tata Elxsi, Direct Insight
Cheshire Engineering

End Application development:
ST Ericsson, Nokia, Siemens Medical Solutions, Garmin, GM, Semiconductor and Systems Wipro Technologies, Philips,
Lexmark Research, Valeo Vision Systems, Samsung, Cisco Systems, Citizen Scale I Pvt. Ltd., Toshiba Electronics,
Fujitsu, Alstom, Canon, Western Digital, SIDSA, Nuance communications

Tools development:
Synopsys, Cadence Design System, Mentor Graphics, Green Hills Software, Inc., Code Red Technologies, SEGGER Microcontroller
QNX Software Systems, Direct Insight, Axilica.

Engineer, Project leader, Manager and VP can contact each group user without any constraint. This group focuses to give opportunity around our knowledge. The "ARM Based Group" is under the LinkedIn Open People Network, click on this link to take a look at: ARM Based Group


Stephan Cadene, Engineer at ATMEL Corp.
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