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9/17/2010 01:37 PM EDT
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re: Mentor, University of China create lab for DO-254 apps
Sanjib.A   9/19/2010 6:12:13 AM
I agree with Luis. Educating the young engineers about their DO-254 compliant tools and involving them in research early will certainly benefit Mentor Graphics to establish as strong ground in Chinese Aerospace market. Also it looks like Mentor Graphics anticipates a strong growth in the Chinese aviation sector in the near future.

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re: Mentor, University of China create lab for DO-254 apps
Luis Sanchez   9/17/2010 10:25:33 PM
This is a good action from Mentor in two senses, supporting education and marketing wise. It's a good strategy to reach out and touch someone and this case, they are touching the newcomers to the industry. This students will be very benefitted with hands-on training on new technics for developing high quality high standards IC's and Mentor will be benefitted by having a good number os engineers that know their tools and very likely will prefer them if the times come for them to choose in their future job positions. Anyway... let's see what is this of DO-254...

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