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82 PCB007 MAGAZINE I JULY 2019 Orbotech Celebrates Success of Orbotech Diamond and Discusses Future Trends E At the 2019 CPCA Show in Shanghai, Barry Mat- ties caught up with Meny Gantz—VP of market- ing for Orbotech's PCB division—to talk about the drivers behind the success of Orbotech Dia- mond systems before turning the conversation toward the future and Industry 4.0. Rogers' Advanced Connectivity Solutions Adds N.A. Distributor E Rogers Corporation's Advanced Connectivity Solutions (ACS) business unit announced today the introduction of a new distribution channel with the addition of International Electronic Components (IEC) to their sales and service team in the United States and Canada effective July 8, 2019. DuPont on Materials Challenges and New Opportunities E John Andresakis, senior marketing technolo- gist in the Interconnect Solutions (ICS) Group of DuPont, and Jonathan Weldon, RF applica- tions engineer also in ICS at DuPont, spoke with the I-Connect007 editorial team about trends the company is seeing, what challenges their customers are facing with materials to - day, and future opportunities with new tech- nologies, including 5G, electric cars, IoT, and more. Creating Stability in Materials Chaos E Nolan Johnson and Tony Senese—manag- er, business development group, Panasonic EMBD—discuss the evolution of the materials marketplace over the years from a time when the market aligned for the rise of Panasonic's MEGTRON 6 to the ever-changing materials in- dustry of today. Taiyo America Opens San Jose, California, Office E Taiyo America Inc., a subsidiary of Taiyo Hold- ings Co. Ltd., has opened a new office in Sili- con Valley, USA. Laminate Suppliers Face Increasing Demands From Customers E In an interview with Nolan Johnson, TUC North American President Alan Cochrane talks about the company's shift toward trend- ing areas and how strategies like the adoption of thinner glass styles have helped make it all possible. atg's A7-24 Provides TTM Large Format Testing Capability E atg Luther & Maelzer GmbH has announced the installation of its first extra-large format 24 test head flying probe system at the TTM Tech- nologies Stafford Division. Insulectro's OEM Program: Time to ACT! E Ken Parent, Insulectro VP of sales and product management, discusses the current dynamics in the materials marketplace and how Insulec- tro is developing educational resources to help design teams and fabricators better understand the capabilities and features for the emerging laminate materials. Isola on Adapting Processes to Meet Customer Needs E Sean Mirshafiei, chief sales and marketing offi- cer for Isola, discusses the company's perspec- tive on material market trends and how they are adapting product development processes to respond to new customer needs.

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