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94 PCB007 MAGAZINE I JULY 2019 and ambitions, which must be quite a serious threat to the established leaders in the field, including a lot of American companies. Could there be an element of protectionism involved in some country's current foreign policies? If there was a public hotel amongst the com- plex, I would seriously consider booking my summer vacation in the new Huawei town next year. Taking a gentle wander through represen- tations of various regions of Europe. Spending the morning sipping a coffee in a French cof- fee bar followed by a short tram ride to Tus- cany for a lazy afternoon stroll along the lake- side with a spot of fishing. Heading to Bavaria for the evening to enjoy a cold beer and pork knuckle meal. Of course, I am imagining what it may be like inside the campus, but if the in- ternal arrangement is a fraction of the external facade, then it would be impossible not to be impressed. PCB007 Marc Ladle is a director at Viking Test Ltd. To read past columns or contact Ladle, click here. Figure 6: Buildings under construction. Andy Shaughnessy recently spoke with industry veteran (and I-Connect007 columnist) Denny Fritz at IPC's High-Reliability Forum and Microvia Summit in Baltimore, Maryland. Their conversation explored the relationship between quality and reliability—two terms that are unequal but often used interchangeably. Andy and Denny also discussed the current state of lead-free solders in the U.S. military and defense market and the microvia reliability issues Denny discussed during his presentation at the Forum. Click here to read the full interview. Denny Fritz: The Difference Between Quality and Reliability

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