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NEC ties up with SRM Engineering

By Our Staff Reporter

CHENNAI, SEPT. 15. The NEC Electronics, Singapore, a subsidiary of NEC Corporation , Japan and SRM Engineering College, Chennai today signed a memorandam of understanding (MoU) to promote awareness and the applications of NEC's V850 family of single chip micro-controller in India.

The MoU was signed by Mr. Yukio Sasaki, Managing Director, NEC Electronics, Singapore, and Mr. T. R. Pachaimuthu, Chairman, SRM Engineering College.

Mr. Yukio Sasaki, said SRM Engineering would be the first to introduce NEC's V850 family of single chip micro-controller in India. To facilitate its training, NEC had donated ten sets of V853 evaluation kits with a net worth of $10,000 to the college.

He said the micro-controller could be employed for many applications, including real time control systems such as audio- video (including cameras and VCRs), various automobile electronic applications, office equipment and industrial applications.

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