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9/23/2011 04:51 PM EDT
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re: Pioneer of EDA to speak at IEF event
nicolas.mokhoff   9/23/2011 6:32:48 PM
Impressive lineup of C-level executives has always been a forte of Penn's forums. Malcolm does a remarkable job of updating forum attendees and is one of the very few analysts who follows the Russian electronics industry, having given talks in Moscow a number of years in a row at SEMI events there. He has booked at 2011 IEF presenter Alexander Kurlyandskiy, Manager of his own ELINT SP. IEF attendees should find Alexander a fascinating resource to tap if they are interested to make inroads in the Russian electronics industry. BUT, buyer beware! That land is still coming out of Soviet hibernation.

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