Almost all embedded systems include memory. Often in the form of DDR (double data-rate) dynamic RAM (DRAM). This technology is driven by large servers with lots of memory and portable devices with cheap fast low power memory. Two areas with rapid development, driving up the density as Moores law predicted back in 1965. With that come speed and the latest DDR memory is already near 2 GHz clock speed.
This is the background for announcing a 2-day course aimed at providing a deep understanding of memory technology. This course is lead by Hermann Ruckerbauer from Germany, who has a background from memory manufacturer Qimonda AG, Infineon Technologies and Siemens/Infineon. Hermann has followed the JEDEC standard work for a decade and explains memory inside out.
We have scheduled the course for Copenhagen in September at a very central location, so you can fly in to Copenhagen Airport and take a 20 min train to within 5 minutes walk of the venue. There is a late start on the first day to make it even easier if you have to travel. Being in the center of Copenhagen means lots of affordable hotels nearby.
Read more about the course Open the Black Box of Memory.