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ITEM Publications revives ElectronicsCooling magazine

PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA, April 9, 2010 – ITEM Publications, the publisher of electronics engineering journals, today announced the return of ElectronicsCooling magazine.

The magazine was originally launched in 1996 by Flomerics as an aid to mechanical and electronics engineers in the area of thermal management. Flomerics, inlcuding ElectronicsCooling magazine, was acquired in 2008 by Mentor Graphics. During the worst of the economic recession in 2008 and 2009, and with the loss of advertising support, the print magazine was forced to close. However, in a license agreement with Mentor Graphics Corporation (NASDAQ: Ment), ElectronicsCooling now returns under the new management of ITEM Publications.

“In our initial conversations with the thermal management community, there has been a great response about the return of the magazine,” said ITEM Publisher Paul Salotto, today. “Not only are we bringing back the printed edition, but in conjunction with Mentor Graphics, we have also re-launched the website for this community, and are now working on an e-newsletter, and other media to launch soon.”

ElectronicsCooling magazine has 16,000 subscribers across North America, Europe and Asia, and will be published four times a year: April, June, September and December. The title also provides a variety of sales and marketing services for suppliers of heat sinks, thermal software, fans, thermal interface materials, thermo-electric coolers and more.
ElectronicsCoolingfeatures practical content including:

  • Articles and technical briefs from thermal management engineers
  • Technical reference data
  • Calculations and formulas
  • New product information

With increasing advances in industries such as mobile devices, medical electronics and, of course, the computer industry, the thermal management marketplace is now expected to play an even larger role in electronics design.
To subscribe, visit the new website: www.electronics-cooling.com
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About ITEM Publications
ITEM Publications was founded by noted EMC expert Robert D. Goldblum in 1970, publishing titles such as Interference Technology. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, ITEM also has offices in China, Japan and soon Europe also. Its publications are produced in English, Chinese and Japanese, and read in over 60 countries. Additional information can be found at www.itempubs.com.
Contact:
Josephine Munis
ElectronicsCooling
info@electronics-cooling.com
484-688-0300 Ext 12


"2010 EMC Seminar Tour" Kicks Off Across United States

PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA., March 25, 2010 – Interference Technology will be presenting its 2010 EMC Seminar Tour in 5 major U.S. cities this spring. The 2010 Interference Technology EMC Seminar Tour will take place in Los Angeles, San Jose, Chicago, Boston, and Detroit between May 17th and June 3rd.
Leading EMC expert, Keith Armstrong will present these sessions that will give EMC and electronics engineers an opportunity to improve their practical knowledge of EMI / EMC, to network with other local EMC practitioners and engineers, and to stay current in the field.
SEMINARS AND LOCATIONS   

  •  Auto EMC Testing, Regulations, and EMC to Control Functional Safety            
    May 27th     DETROIT 
  •  Basic and Advanced PCB Design for EMC and Signal Integrity    
     May 17  LOS ANGELES    -     May 18   SAN JOSE    -     May 24    -      CHICAGO    -     June 1  BOSTON    
  •  Designing for cost-effective EMC, and financial benefits       
    May 19, 20    SAN JOSE    -     May 25, 26    CHICAGO    -     June 2, 3      BOSTON

Keith Armstrong in the News
If you think you recognize the name, it’s probably because Armstrong has been featured in recent news coverage of the Toyota sudden acceleration situation.  See Keith’s coverage on CNN.
Keith has also been a longtime member of the Interference Technology Editorial Board, and involved in many areas of EMC for 40 years, including standards development, committees, consulting and much more. Read his biography.

About Interference Technology
Interference Technology has been published by ITEM Publications for almost forty years. Founded by noted EMC expert Robert D. Goldblum in 1970, it has since been widely recognized as the leading information source for engineering professionals dealing with interference problems - preventing EMI (electromagnetic interference) and achieving EMC (electromagnetic compatibility). Published in English, Chinese and Japanese, Interference Technology is now read in over 60 countries. Additional information can be found at www.interferencetechnology.com.

Contact:
Josephine Munis            
ITEM Publications
jmunis@interferencetechnology.com
484-688-0300 Ext 12


ITEM Publications Announces First-ever Comprehensive, Annual EMC Guide for Europe

 PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA., February 02, 2010 - ITEM Publications is excited to announce the first-ever comprehensive, annual EMC guide for Europe.  When the first 150+ page edition is published in the summer of 2010, Interference Technology will be setting a new standard in European publishing for the electronics engineering community.

We will provide a central source of up to date information about the European EMC Directive, local organizations, local availability of products and services, directories of suppliers for each country, technical articles, contact information for consultants and experts in each country, and reference information for certification, standards and governing bodies in each market.
This information will provide a comprehensive resource for companies selling across borders, and connect suppliers and buyers across Europe.
The NEW Interference Technology Europe EMC Guide works in a unique way:

  • The Guide will be divided geographically into “Country Sections” serving all the major European markets: France, Germany, Italy, UK and more. 
  • Each “Country Section” will be published in the language of that country, i.e. the France section will be written in French while the Germany section will be written in German, etc.
  • Some of the information will be the same in every section, while some content will be unique to that country. BUT, all of the information in all of the sections will be useable by all readers, regardless of language. 
  • This unique “readability” will be achieved by a series of user-friendly, translated headings, and by making some content available online in all languages.
  • In this way all of the information in the Guide can be used by all readers, regardless of language.

The new Interference Technology Europe EMC Guide is coming in the summer of 2010 and will be available in print and online.
Advertiser Presentation Available: Contact us to learn more about the background, structure, markets and content of the guide, and the benefits for suppliers. Also, see a sample of the guide’s user-friendly format and how it is geared toward readers and advertisers.

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About Interference Technology
Interference Technology has been published by ITEM Publications for almost forty years. Founded by noted EMC expert Robert D. Goldblum in 1970, it has since been widely recognized as the leading information source for engineering professionals dealing with interference problems - preventing EMI (electromagnetic interference) and achieving EMC (electromagnetic compatibility). Published in English, Chinese and Japanese, Interference Technology is now read in over 60 countries. Additional information can be found at www.interferencetechnology.com.

Contact:
Josephine Munis            
ITEM Publications
jmunis@interferencetechnology.com
484-688-0300 Ext 12


Fiberlink Explores the Value of a Mobility Platform

BLUE BELL, Pa., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Fiberlink Communications Corporation (http://www.maas360.com/fiberlink/en-US/), the trusted provider of the Mobility-as-a-Service solution, announced today that its Chief Executive Officer, Jim Sheward, will host a panel at the SIIA OnDemand Conference in San Jose from October 28-30.

Jim Sheward will host a discussion with other industry thought leaders around the importance of using mobility platforms, best practices for their use, and the importance of securing this environment. The panel will take place on Thursday, October 29 from 1:15 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. PT.

Enterprise mobility platforms address the challenges associated with mobility by consolidating operations, security and management into one platform, which helps IT organizations gain better insight and management of their mobile devices.

Discussing mobility, a platform and cloud computing in one session will provide you with greater insights into how to balance data protection and user productivity.


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About Fiberlink
Fiberlink is the world's leading provider of "Mobility-as-a-Service" (MaaS). Mobility-as-a-Service is the new paradigm for simplifying all aspects of deploying, managing, supporting, connecting and protecting mobile workers within the enterprise. The MaaS vision is based on the concept of an Enterprise Mobility Platform(TM) that gives mobile workers anytime, anywhere access to their applications and data, while providing enterprises with everywhere control of mobile devices, applications, and data. MaaS gives enterprises the benefits of a global mobile infrastructure without the burden of a large financial investment

CONTACT: Josephine Munis of Fiberlink, +1-215-664-1804,jmunis@fiberlink.com Web Site: http://www.maas360.com/


 
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