Altium's latest webinars, videos, white papers and more at Virtual PCB
SYDNEY, Australia – February 24 2010– Get access to all the latest Altium webinars, videos, white papers, brochures and Altium experts at the industry's fully interactive, web-based event, Virtual PCB, March 2-4, 2010.
Electronics designers can learn from the best with live chats scheduled throughout the show. Altium experts Marty Hauff, Matt Berggren and Bob Potock will all share their secrets on topics including data management, MCAD ECAD collaboration, next generation system design and virtual instruments in FPGAs. The live chats are fully interactive, providing the perfect opportunity to ask questions and get professional advice on the most common design challenges.
Extra Altium experts from the company's regional offices in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas will be available throughout the show, on demand in Altium's virtual booth.
Electronics designers will also have the opportunity to win a NanoBoard 3000 by playing Altium's online game.
"Doing great design work is, alas, only part of what constitutes successful electronics design these days," said Alan Smith, Associate Director, Corporate Communications, Altium.
"Managing the design data that define the designs is as important, for collaboration, managing constraints, output to manufacture, updates and remediation in the field, and to be able to grab and exploit the next new opportunity, before the competition. This virtual show opens the window on some of these data management features already in Altium Designer, alongside well-know star features such as real-time 3D PCB design and one-click FPGA pin-out-to-PCB synchronization."
Attendees that register and attend Virtual PCB will receive a virtual show bag containing additional information and an invitation to Altium's online NanoBoard game.
For more information on Virtual PCB, or to register, visit http://www.virtual-pcb.com/.
Opens: March 2, 5am PT, 8am ET,1pm GMT
Closes: March 4, 5am PT, 8am ET,1pm GMT
Altium Limited (ASX:ALU) creates electronics design software based on the belief that anyone who wants to create electronic products that make a difference should be able to do so. Altium’s unified electronics design environment links all aspects of electronics product design in a single application that is priced to be as affordable as possible. This helps electronics designers break down barriers to innovation, harness the latest devices and technologies, manage their projects across broad design ‘ecosystems’, and create connected, intelligent designs.
Founded in 1985, Altium has headquarters in Sydney, and operates worldwide. For more information, visit www.altium.com.
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