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UBM acquires DesignCon for $1.4 million

4/12/2010 05:00 PM EDT
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nicolas.mokhoff
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re: UBM acquires DesignCon for $1.4 million
nicolas.mokhoff   4/15/2010 11:32:44 AM
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lawrence_junk: you are correct that DesignCon while aiming for "Chipheads" addresses multiple concerns in PCB design, IP issues and test and measurement talks and tutorials all under one roof. It even has business forum panels on social networking, a must in any event these days. I think that's why Miller bought it--to enrish EE Times Group events offerings and become the number one gathering place for chipheads and others in the electronics world for a week each February. See you there in 2011! --Nic Mokhoff

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re: UBM acquires DesignCon for $1.4 million
lawrence_junk   4/14/2010 11:12:14 PM
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Nicolas: Have you ever been to DesignCon? You said, "The event's primary focus is on the software and tools used by electronic designers and engineers in the manufacture of semiconductors." Not quite...

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