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VOLUME -27 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2012
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Juki Celebrates 75 Years of Global Innovation and Quality


Juki Corporation was founded in December 1938 when approximately 900 machinery manufacturers in Tokyo invested in the corporation and commenced operation under the corporate name: "TOKYO JUKI MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION." Juki focused on sewing machine technology as well as surface ...Read More
Juki Celebrates 75 Years of Global Innovation and Quality


Juki Corporation was founded in December 1938 when approximately 900 machinery manufacturers in Tokyo invested in the corporation and commenced operation under the corporate name: "TOKYO JUKI MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION." Juki focused on sewing machine technology as well as surface ...Read More
World's Largest Fiber Optic Network at Sandia

Albuquerque, NM — Sandia National Laboratories has become a pioneer in large-scale passive optical networks, building the largest fiber optical local area network in the world. The network pulls together 265 buildings and 13,000 computer network ports and brings high-speed communication to some of ...Read More
World's Largest Fiber Optic Network at Sandia

Albuquerque, NM — Sandia National Laboratories has become a pioneer in large-scale passive optical networks, building the largest fiber optical local area network in the world. The network pulls together 265 buildings and 13,000 computer network ports and brings high-speed communication to some of ...Read More
New Board-Level Photonics Materials

San Francisco, CA — A major step in photonics, using a new type of polymer material to transmit light instead of electrical signals within supercomputers and data centers has been jointly unveiled by Dow Corning and IBM scientists. The new silicone-based material offers better physical properties ...Read More
New Board-Level Photonics Materials

San Francisco, CA — A major step in photonics, using a new type of polymer material to transmit light instead of electrical signals within supercomputers and data centers has been jointly unveiled by Dow Corning and IBM scientists. The new silicone-based material offers better physical properties ...Read More
Quantum Computing Earns NIST Researcher Nobel Prize

Gaithersburg, MD — David J. Wineland, a physicist at the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), has won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics. The honor is NIST's fourth Nobel prize in physics in the past 15 years. 
 
Wineland shared the prize with Serge Haroche of the College de France and Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, France. In announcing the winners, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited Wineland and Haroche "for groundbreaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems."
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Better Electronics Through Invisibility


Cambridge, MA — A new approach that allows objects to become "invisible" has now been applied to an entirely different area: letting particles "hide" from passing electrons, which could lead to more efficient thermoelectric devices and new kinds of electronics. Read More
Semicon Mfg. Jobs in U.S. Increase by 3.7%

Washington, DC — The U.S. semiconductor industry now employs almost a quarter of a million workers and added jobs three times faster than the rest of the U.S. economy, according to an analysis of government data. Total direct U.S. semiconductor employment is estimated at 244,800, according to the Semiconductor ...Read More
IPC and WHMA Release Revised Wire Harness Assemblies Standard

Bannockburn, IL — IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries® and the Wire Harness Manufacturer's Association (WHMA) have jointly released a revised Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies Standard. The newly released B revision of IPC/WHMA-A-620, Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness ...Read More


 
 
What's New in Electronics Live running from 9th - 10th May at The NEC Birmingham.

If you are in the electronics industry make sure you attend this event.  Open from 9.30 – 5pm on Tuesday 9th and 9.30 – 4pm on Wednesday 10th you can register for speedy entry here – www.wnie.co.uk/live/register

Visiting What’s New in Electronics Live you can see over one hundred companies and brands showcasing all aspects and processes of the electronics manufacturing industry plus 2 full days of free technical content.  

The event runs in Hall 8 of The NEC from 9th – 10th May and is free to attend plus visitors will receive free parking and free wifi throughout the whole venue.

Here are some of the key highlights you can look forward to:


Learn about PDR’s Rapid Dual Thermal Defect Detection & Component / Solder-Joint Validation at SMTA Wisconsin

Shingle Springs, CA  — PDR, a leader in IR rework, test and inspection, announced that Horizon Sales will discuss its new PDR IR-TS Series of micro-focused HALT/HASS thermal test systems at the SMTA Wisconsin Expo & Tech Forum, scheduled to take place Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at the Milwaukee Airport Crowne Plaza in WI. Horizon Sales is PDR’s exclusive representative in the Midwestern U.S.


Ventec International Appoints Kyle Pattie as Account Manager, Eastern USA
Amesbury,MA -  Ventec International Group, a world leader in the production of polyimide & high reliability epoxy laminates and prepregs has announced the appointment of Kyle Pattie as Account Manager for the US Eastern region, selling and supporting all product lines to help the company further develop its presence in the region.
 
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