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December 2017 • SMT Magazine 87 5 IMI 9M2017 Revenues Up 29% EMS firm Integrated Mi- cro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) posted $795.2 million in revenues for the first nine months of 2017, an increase of 29% year-on- year due to positive ef- fects of recent acquisitions and a rising demand in the automotive and industrial segments. 6 NPL and SMART Group to Hold Design, Process & Reliability Seminar The National Physi- cal Laboratory and SMART Group will hold a seminar No- vember 9, 2017, that will showcase the latest re- search and results from NPL projects looking at solder joint and contamination failure, coating thickness measurement, solder joint reliability, and high temperature reliability for alternative solders and substrates materials. 7 IPC APEX EXPO 2018 Educational Programs Highlight Tech's Accelerating Speed of Change Changing technolo- gies that are driving the electronics indus- try will take center stage throughout the IPC APEX EXPO 2018 technical conference and professional development sessions, which will take place February 24 - March 1 at the San Diego Con- vention Center in San Diego, California. 8 New Software Toolkit, CFX Messaging Library Expedites Connected Factory Exchange Implementation IPC is proud to announce that through today's do- nation and legal transfer of a technology from Ae- gis Software, the industry will have an open-source engineering toolkit that simplifies and expedites both CFX (connected fac- tory exchange) data message creation, and mes- sage communication from machine-to-machine and/or machine-to-broker in a CFX network. 9 The Value and Importance of Training and Certifying Employees Training, certification and edu- cation are central pillars at IPC. John Mitchell, IPC president and CEO, discusses the value of training, certification and edu- cation and how IPC's programs can help grow your business. J Libra Industries Strengthens Post-Reflow AOI Process Libra Industries has completed the installation of a new Om- ron VT-S730 3D Post-Reflow AOI system at its Dallas, Texas facility. The company now can certify its SMT production with full IPC standard compliance using Omron's new 3D-SJI technology. SMT007 has the latest news and information. Subscribe to our SMT Week newsletter when you register at: my I-Connect007.

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