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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 8
Publication Date: 08/1/2011
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Sandia Sends Historic Robots to Smithsonian

Albuquerque, NM — In a nod to Sandia Labs' contributions to the field of robotics, the Smithsonian Institution has obtained nine of Sandia's historically significant robots for its permanent collection at the National Museum of American History.
 
"For the Smithsonian to request Sandia technology for their collections is an external recognition of the significance of Sandia National Laboratories' contributions to the nation," ...
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Advances in Tactical Radio Accessories


Just as in any line of work, effective communication is a must within the military. However, unlike most work scenarios, soldiers' ability to communicate effectively can be a matter of life and death. Troops must be able to relay timely messages through a secure network in order to ...Read More
IPC Releases New Update of PCB Cleaning Guidelines

Bannockburn, IL — IPC has released the B revision of IPC-CH-65, Guidelines for Cleaning of Printed Boards & Assemblies. The new guidelines are intended to deal with the problem of residues on printed board assemblies that can lead to serious reliability problems. Over the past several years the migration from ...Read More


 
 
PACE Hires Daniel Montes as Latin America Regional Sales Manager
VASS, NC - PACE Worldwide is excited to announce the hiring of Daniel Montes as their Latin America Regional Sales Manager. Mr. Montes has an excellent track record and possesses a wealth of experience within the electronics production arena. He spent the last 6.5 years as a Customer Service Representative for Hisco out of El Paso and the prior 9 years as the Latin American Regional Manager for OK International. “Daniel’s arrival adds great strength to the PACE Sales Team,” said John Romanowicz, Corporate Director of Sales at PACE.
 

SEMI ISS 2017 Uncovers New Growth, Forecast Upgrades
HALF MOON BAY, CA - SEMI’s Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) opened yesterday with a theme focused on new industry forces and new markets. The annual three-day conference of C-level executives gives the year’s first strategic outlook of the global electronics manufacturing industry. Today’s keynote, economic trends, and market perspectives highlighted market and technology opportunities and marked the rising tide for 2017 investments in the semiconductor manufacturing supply chain.
 

 
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