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nickflaherty
Member Since: September 26, 2013
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Nick Flaherty is a Bristol-based freelance technology writer, analyst and consultant who has covered the semiconductor and electronics markets for nearly 25 years.

He is the Embedded Editor for EETimes Europe and writes for a wide range of technical trade publications around the world. He has worked for Electronics Times and Electronic Engineering, edited MicroTechnology Europe and Electronic Product Design and started Automotive Electronics, as well as writing for many multinational semiconductor companies.

He is also a member of the SouthWest Microelectronics & High Tech Sector Group and heavily involved with the silicon and technology cluster in the SouthWest UK.



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