Insulectro: Educating Designers About High-Speed Materials


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During IPC APEX EXPO 2020 in San Diego, California, the I-Connect007 Editorial Team met with some of the industry's top executives, managers, and engineers.

In this video interview from the show, Ken Parent, Insulectro's VP of sales and product manager, speaks with Guest Editor Kelly Dack about the company's efforts to educate engineers and designers about materials and their options and availability. Insulectro has held a series of PCB design classes and plans to keep educating designers about these high-speed materials.

IPC APEX EXPO is the largest PCB industry event in North America. The next IPC APEX EXPO will be held January 26−28, 2021, at the San Diego Convention Center.

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