President Trump kicked off the workforce challenge to U.S. businesses in July. As a longtime leader in education and training within the electronics industry, IPC took it as an opportunity to review our existing programs and identify ways to grow and innovate. The result? IPC joined the Pledge to America’s Workers by promising to create new career opportunities for at least 1 million Americans in the electronics industry.
Dan Beaulieu checked in with HSIO Technologies President James Rathburn recently to see what he and his team are up to and learned how they are using liquid crystal polymers and other materials to focus on increasing high-speed and high-density PCBs for uses in all markets.
The electronics design world is by now aware that we're in a very serious period of components shortages. Allocation and shortages hit every few years, but this one seems to be the worst in recent memory. It could be a problem until...
In May, IPC Europe welcomed new Senior Director Nicolas Robin. Based in Brussels, Nicolas will represent IPC and the electronics manufacturing industry in Europe. I recently sat down with Nicolas for a one-to-one conversation to get...
For the past few months, this column has discussed how to find and work with a great PCB vendor, and most importantly, how to form a strong, productive partnership. This month, Anaya Vardya will address how adversity can forge a great...
Emerging Medical Technologies: What to Watch For, A Compilation by I-Connect Editorial Staff
FDA Approval: A Vital Step in Medical Manufacturing, by Nolan Johnson
Flex Talk: FlexFactor: Imagination and Innovation, by Tara Dunn
The PCB Norseman: PCB Standards for Medical Device Applications: A Hard Nut to Crack!, by Jan Pedersen
The Right Approach: Star Trek Inspires Medical Technology: An Update, by Steve Williams
Experts Interview: A Look at Medical Electronics Design and Assembly Challenges by the I-Connect007 Editorial Team
3D Printing and Medical Electronics: A Beneficial Disruptive Technology by Dan Feinberg
FDA Approvals: Clearing the Hurdles by Nolan Johnson
Printed Electronics and The Fast, Flexible, Future of Connected Healthcare by Girish Wable & Ralph Hugeneck
Vital Points in Medical Electronics Manufacturing Interview with Zulki Khan
Does Medical Device Reliability Worry You Sick? by Eric Camden