February 2021 SMT007 Magazine Available Now


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Imagine, if you will, an IPC APEX EXPO without a physical venue. Join your colleagues as we all journey into “The Virtual Zone.” 

IPC APEX EXPO 2021 is coming up the second week in March. While it is a virtual show this time, it will be produced with the same goal of offering attendees knowledge, connections, and opportunities. Hear from John Mitchell and Alicia Balonek to discover what you have to look forward to as you plan to navigate this reimagined event. The technical program this year is centered around the factory of the future—we interviewed Matt Kelly and Chris Jorgensen to learn about the great mix of technical topics in store for attendees. Gain insight into the Managers Forum from Gene Weiner, which is planned to be, in his words, "The biggest and probably the broadest one that I've done since Los Angeles 2007." 

We also include highlights from the recent all-digital CES 2021 event with in-depth reports from I-Connect007 Technical Editors, Dan Feinberg, Pete Starkey and Happy Holden.

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