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Have Your Say for Best ARM-based Product

Have Your Say for Best ARM-based Product

Design News sister publications EDN and EE Times have announced the finalists for their ARM TechCon Innovation Challenge, and we invite DN audience members to help our friends at EDNchoose the Reader's Choice Winner.

The challenge is a free contest that was open to all exhibitors at ARM TechCon, November 10-12, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., an event that will facilitate collaboration between hardware and software design communities.

A panel of EDN/EE Times editors and ARM experts selected 12 finalists, three in each of the following categories: Best Software Product, Best Chip Product, Best System, and Best IoT Product. These 12 finalists will be featured in the ARM Innovation Challenge Tour. Awards will also be given out for Best in Show and Reader's Choice (that's where you come in). The awards ceremony is scheduled to take place Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 4:15 p.m. PT in the EXPO hall theater.

So please weigh in for the Reader's Choice Vote. The deadline to record your vote is 2 p.m. PT on Nov. 11. Continue reading at EDN to see the finalists and then make your Reader's Choice!

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