Join Isola at North Carolina's Premier Electronics Trade Show


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Isola is pleased to be a bronze sponsor of PCB Carolina.

Located in Raleigh near Research Triangle Park, this is a prime area for this highly technical conference on electronics. PCB Carolina is organized and run by the volunteers of the RTP Chapter of the IPC Designer’s Council and features 16 technical sessions, a keynote address, an exhibit hall, food throughout the day, and best of all, this event is FREE to all attendees.

This is the place to be if you are involved in any stage of electronics: Product development, PCB design, signal integrity, electrical engineering, thermal, mechanical, test, inspection, contract manufacturing, technician, debug, compliance, analysis, purchasing, management, etc.

PCB Carolina 2015 will be held on November 4, 2015 at McKimmon Center, NCSU, Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information, click here.

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