PCB West Registration Open Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Friday, 14 June 2013 15:19

ATLANTA – UP Media Group Inc. today opened registration for the annual PCB West 2013 technical conference and trade show, coming in September to the Silicon Valley.

Attendees may register for the technical conference or for a free exhibit hall pass and access to the “Free Wednesday” courses at pcbwest.com.

To see the technical conference, visit pcbwest.com/2013/SAAG.

PCB West 2013 will be held Sept. 24 – 26 at the Santa Clara (CA) Convention Center and is sponsored by PCD&F and CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY.

PCB West 2013 includes a three-day technical conference consisting of more than 55 presentations, including more than 20 workshops, panel sessions and half- and full-day tutorials. This year’s technical conference features speakers from Siena, Oracle, L-3 and Freescale Semiconductor among many others and features the ever-popular Rick Hartley, Susy Webb and Gary Ferrari. Topics range from basic design techniques to flex circuit design, advanced RF, signal integrity, DDR 4 timing, and new component packages.

PCB West 2013 also features a one-day exhibition showcasing the PCB industry’s leading vendors, plus a day’s worth of free technical sessions ranging from selecting RF/microwave materials to 3D IC packaging to common design errors and how to catch them.

Attendees who register for the conference by August 23, 2013, will receive up to a $100 discount on select conference packages. Admission is free for the one-day exhibition and other "FREE Wednesday" events (registration is free, but required). To register or learn more about the show, visit www.pcbwest.com.

Now in its 22d year, PCB West is the leading conference and exhibition focused on the design and manufacture of PCBs, HDI, electronics assembly and circuit board test. The September 2012 event attracted more than 2,000 preshow registrants and more than 1,400 attendees for the actual event.






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