Thunderbolt over Type-C – Overcoming Test Challenges
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM ET/ 10:00 AM PT
Why this webcast is important:
Thunderbolt 3 and the Type-C connector opens up new capabilities and test challenges. This webcast will provide practical tools and techniques to help Design and Validation Engineers succeed with their Thunderbolt testing over Type-C implementations.
Who should attend
Design engineers, signal integrity engineers, quality engineers, validation engineers, test engineers, architects, project managers, program managers, application managers, and application engineers.
MIPI and Thunderbolt
Jit Lim has been enabling customers for 29 years in Test and Measurement since graduating from MIT in 1986. He has published numerous technical papers and helped many world-wide customers characterize and validate their leading-edge designs. Mr. Lim is currently with Keysight’s Oscilloscope Division as the Product Manager responsible for USB, Thunderbolt, and Signal Integrity.
Roland Scherzinger is an Application Expert for the Digital & Photonic Test Division (DPT) at Keysight Technologies.
Roland joined Keysight Technologies (formerly Hewlett-Packard) in 1980. After holding various positions as a process and manufacturing engineer he joined the technical marketing team in 1995. Until summer 2009, Roland’s main focus was on test applications for computer busses, such as PCI Express, PCI, PCI-X and InfiniBand.
Since summer 2009, Roland is leading Keysight's Digital Test Standards program for MIPI and since 2013 Thunderbolt test applications. In this position he actively participates with MIPI and Thunderbolt workgroups, plugfests, seminars and workshops in order to help driving new standards towards testability and to ensure that adequate test equipment is available at the right time.