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U.S. and European ZigBee Developers’ Conference Announced

January 29, 2007
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In response to growing interest in the ZigBee standard, the ZigBee™ Alliance, a global ecosystem of companies creating wireless solutions for use in residential, commercial and industrial applications, has announced North American and European ZigBee Developers' Conferences. These seminars are designed to provide product developers with deeper insight into the ZigBee product development lifecycle from design bench to sales shelf.


The Third Annual ZigBee Developers’ Conference for North America will be held in San Jose, CA, at the McEnery Convention Center on April 3-5, 2007, in conjunction with the Embedded Systems Conference in Silicon Valley. For registration, conference agenda and hands-on ZigBee certified platform training schedule, visit: www.zigbee.org/en/events/developersconference_2007.asp.

Also, in response to demand, a ZigBee Developers' Conference for Europe is scheduled for June 18-20, 2007, in Munich, Germany. A call for papers and registration information for this event are still being formulated. For more information, contact: EuZDC@stzen.de and look on the web site for future updates.

ZigBee Developers’ Conferences are specifically designed to help companies get products to market faster. During each three-day event, designed specifically for hardware and software developers, participants will be among the first to experience the ZigBee 2006 Standard, experience hands-on training designed to create professional ZigBee developers, gain mastery of the Standard’s many new features directly from Alliance engineers and simplify product development processes.

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