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Publication Date: 03/1/2009
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Ericsson Wins Award for DC/DC Converter

Plano, TX — Ericsson Power Modules' BMR453 series of digital DC/DC converters has received a 2008 "Product of the Year" award from Electronic Products magazine. The winning products are selected on the basis of innovative design, significant advancement in technology or application and substantial ...
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EMS Expands Offering by Using vCheck

Yavne, Israel — Valor Computerized Systems Ltd, has completed a successful installation of its Manufacturing Quality Management System for electronics assembly at USR Electronic Systems, Israel's leading electronics contract manufacturer.Read More
Vulcan Flex Circuit Receives MIL Certification

Hudson, NH — Vulcan Flex Circuit Corporation, a division of Vulcan Electric Company, has been granted MIL-P-50884D, Type 4 adhesiveless material certification by DSCC Defense Logistics Agency. This certification will enable the company to fabricate flex circuit and rigid-flex circuit boards constructed with ...Read More
YESTech Wins Additional AOI Contract with MC Assembly

San Clemente, CA — YESTech, a Nordson Corporation subsidiary (Nasdaq: NDSN) has won a contract to provide new automated optical inspection (AOI) systems to MC Assembly, a full-service contract electronics manufacturer. MC Assembly has implemented the new F1Series AOI automated inspection systems at its facilities ...Read More
Machine Vision: After 15 Years Now Opens in Malaysia

Carlsbad, CA — Machine Vision Products, Inc. recently celebrated its 15th year of continuous service to the industry by opening a new field office in Malaysia to support its key electronics and semiconductor manufacturing partners. Read More
Advanced Circuits is now ISO 9001-2000 Certified

Aurora, CO — Advanced Circuits has received ISO 9001:2000 Certification, a milestone which reflects the transition that the company has made over the years with its Quickturn large volume Production fabrication in addition to PCB Prototyping. Read More
Hesse & Knipps Partners with Michael Whitehead to Support Legacy Bonding Equipment

San Jose, CA, — Hesse & Knipps will partner with MEW Consulting, recently founded by Michael Whitehead, to provide technical support for third-party wedge and wire bonding equipment being phased out by the original manufacturers. Through the partnership, Hesse & Knipps and MEW Consulting will provide various ...Read More
American Competitiveness Institute Chooses Vision Engineering and Pace for Training Center

New Milford, CT — American Competitiveness Institute (ACI) has chosen Vision Engineering's (VE) Mantis to be used as the sole inspection equipment in its training facility. ACI has also chosen the MBT350 soldering/desolder station by Pace to be the soldering station of choice for the Philadelphia based training ...Read More
Metris to License Camio CMM Software to Renishaw

Leuven, Belgium — Metris and Renishaw have agreed that Renishaw will license the source code of the Metris Camio CMM software. In order to support its own further development, Renishaw has also hired a number of Metris engineers. Metris preserves full ownership of the original source code and the Camio brand ...Read More
Pac Tech USA Receives ITAR Certification

Santa Clara, CA — Pac Tech USA has successfully received ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) certification for its Santa Clara, California manufacturing facility. ITAR is the agency within the US Department of State that regulates the manufacture, export, and transfer of defense-related articles ...Read More
TSI Acquires SystemPlus Technology

Shoreview, MN — TSI Inc. has acquired SystemPlus Technology Pte Ltd., a service center known for high quality service and calibration. SystemPlus, a multi-vendor service center known for high quality service located in Singapore, is a strategic addition to TSI's Contamination Control business. SystemPlus meets ...Read More
TTI Donates Supplies to FIRST Robotics Competition

Fort Worth, TX — TTI, Inc. is joining forces with the not-for-profit organization, FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) founded by inventor Dean Kamen to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology. TTI has provided a variety of resistors, capacitors ...Read More
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