SMT Express, Volume 3, Issue No. 1 - from SMTnet.com
Volume 3, Issue No. 1
Friday, January 19, 2001
SMTnet's OnBoard Forum to Feature Jason Spera
January 22, 2000 8:00 AM EST to January 26, 2000 5:00 PM EST
Jason Spera is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Aegis Industrial Software Corporation. Jason�s work in the electronics industry as a manufacturing engineer, and the real-life problems that he experienced, inspired the development of Aegis� CIM product, CircuitCAM. This foundation in manufacturing then led to Aegis� CheckPoint product, for electronic product data management and electronic approvals, and on to their fully integrated web-centric enterprise-level solution, CircuitCAM FUSION.
Jason�s vision of a properly executed solution for the full scope of an electronics manufacturer�s data management requirements led to the creation of a new class of manufacturing software - TransCollaborative Manufacturing (TCM) software. TCM joins the benefits of traditional CIM software, collaborative product data management systems, and real-time web-centric factory execution systems. The result of TCM is centralized data integration and web-centric, effective data management. These total-solution systems convey and manage information throughout the enterprise and beyond the factory walls, to suppliers, auditors and customers.
Jason looks forward to leading a discussion centered on the use of manufacturing software to meet the needs of the SMT industry, from January 22nd through January 26th
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The launch of EtroniX, the new six-shows-under-one-roof event for electronics manufacturers, is set for February 25 - March 1, 2001 at the Anaheim Convention Center. EtroniX will provide with solutions from design, advanced packaging and components, to supply chain management, test and production with events that include...
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Flextronics Purchases DFM and CAM Systems from Valor APEX 2001, San Diego - 16 January 2001- Valor Computerized Systems (Neuer Markt: VCR), today announced that Flextronics (NASDAQ: FLEX), a world-class electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider focused on delivering end to end solutions to original equipment manufacturers, has purchased its engineering products for advanced DFM and ....
Valor Announces New Release of Trilogy 5000 APEX 2001, San Diego � 16th January 2001 � Valor Computerized Systems [NEUER MARKT: VCR] today announced powerful new functionality in release 6.0 of its Trilogy 5000 CAM software for virtual prototyping and assembly and test. This major release contains a number of significant new CAM productivity tools...
IPC MARKET RESEARCH COUNCILS MERGE Northbrook, IL 01/09/01 IPC- Association Connecting Electronics Industries� has announced that the Technology Market Research Council (TMRC) and Assembly Market Research Council (AMRC) have merged. The newly formed Council will retain the name of the Technology Market Research Council, the TMRC, in order to preserve the...
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