I-Connect007's Coverage of IPC APEX EXPO 2016


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If you didn’t make it to Las Vegas for IPC APEX EXPO 2016, don’t worry. I-Connect007 has complete coverage of this long-running industry event at our RealTime with... show site.

Thanks to our generous sponsors, the I-Connect007 team was available to cover the show from start to finish. The result? A total of 74 in-depth RealTime with…IPC APEX EXPO 2016 video interviews with the industry’s top engineers, technologists, and managers, along with a large collection of photos at the event.

We’ll also be bringing you written interviews with these movers and shakers in the next few months, courtesy of The PCB Magazine, SMT Magazine, and The PCB Design Magazine.

So, if you didn’t make it to Vegas last week, don’t despair. We have you covered. To view I-Connect007’s video coverage of IPC APEX EXPO 2016, click here.

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