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Isola Group will exhibit at DesignCon in Santa Clara, California, on Wednesday, January 31, and Thursday, February 1, 2018. Isola will display in booth #509.
“Isola is presenting a broad array of products that are truly exciting for our customers,” commented Sean Mirshafiei, Global Vice President of Marketing. “We are exhibiting high speed digital products, like Tachyon 100G, I-Tera MT40, and I-Speed that facilitate next generation designs. As circuit boards continue to become thinner, smaller, and faster, OEM designers are demanding a new breed of materials with lower loss and lower Dk to design and build boards that were never before possible.”
In addition to the HSD dielectric materials for advanced designs, Isola will also present Halogen-free, high-reliability FR-4, and RF/Microwave laminates.
In its 23rd year in Silicon Valley, DesignCon was created by engineers for engineers as a place where designers, fabricators and assemblers can exchange ideas and learn better ways to make printed circuit boards. Over 5,000 industry professionals participate in a two-day exhibition and three-day technical conference held at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
“The Isola team is looking forward to greeting attendees and sharing with them the game-changing products our company offers. DesignCon is an important tradeshow as it offers us the opportunity to match our products with an engineer’s or designer’s needs. Plus, it’s an opportunity to network with peers, colleagues, and experts,” Mirshafiei concluded.
The exhibit floor is open Wednesday, January 31, and Thursday, February 1, from 12:30 pm to 6:00 pm.
Isola is a leading global material sciences company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets laminate materials used to fabricate advanced multilayer printed circuit boards, which provide the physical platforms for the semiconductors, passive components, and connection circuitry that power and control virtually all modern electronic products. Isola operates a network of factories worldwide. For more information, click here.