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72 The PCB Design Magazine • November 2017 1 Mentor Announces 27th Annual PCB Technology Leadership Awards Winners Mentor has announced its 27th annual printed circuit board (PCB) Technology Leadership Awards. Started in 1988, this program is the longest running competi- tion of its kind in the EDA industry. It recognizes engineers and designers who use innovative methods and design tools to address today's complex PCB systems design chal- lenges and produce industry-leading products. 2 AltiumLive 2017 Munich: Sold Out! I recently sat down with Ted Pawela, Lawrence Romine, and Judy Warner of Altium to wrap up their sold-out Alti- umLive 2017 PCB Design Summit in Munich, Germany. We discussed some of the highlights of the show, including de- signers' reactions to a new version of Altium De- signer 18 and the brand-new Altium Nexus tool. 3 Happy Holden and Charles Pfeil Discuss the Past and Future of PCB Design, Part 1 When it comes to the PCB design community and the challenges fac- ing it, as well as where design has been and where it's heading, there aren't many people as qualified to speak on the topic as industry veterans Happy Holden and Charles Pfeil. Joined by I-Connect007's Barry Mat- ties at the recent AltiumLive 2017 event in San Di- ego, the three sat down for a discussion about the current state of PCB design, what the future holds, and what it means to be a designer. 4 Cadence Reports Revenue Growth in Q3 2017 Cadence reported third quarter 2017 revenue of $485 million, compared to revenue of $446 mil- lion reported for the same period in 2016. On a GAAP basis, Cadence recognized net income of $81 million in the third quarter of 2017, com- pared to net income of $65 million for the same period in 2016. TOP TEN Recent Highlights from PCBDesign007

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