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With the mounting pressure engineers face to make everything "better, faster, cheaper, smaller" in less time, managing your design data can seem like the least of your concerns. However, data management issues can sink a project just as fast as any design flaw. Effectively managing your design data is a critical piece to ensuring overall project success.
Don’t learn through trial-and-error. Register now for this free webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 2 pm EDT. Get the critical design data management tips and best practices info you need from the experts at EMA Design Automation and xPLM.
Attendees will learn:
- Why PCB design data management is the key to sustained design success
- Common issues and points of failure as well as how to identify and overcome them
- How to ensure BOM, Design, and Part data are always up-to-date and in-sync
- Why connecting your data to the rest of the organization is important
- How to easily and effectively manage your design data directly inside your CAD environment
For more information, or to register, click here.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
What is design with manufacturing and what does true DWM look like in operation? In this interview, I-Connect007 columnist Dana Korf explains what it will take to achieve total communication among all the stakeholders in the PCB development cycle. He also stresses the need for everyone involved in PCB design and manufacturing to stop making assumptions, even at the risk of being labeled as “that guy” who asks too many questions.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
In this interview with Arjun Bangre, director of product for high-speed interface IPs for PCI Express and CXL at Rambus, the discussion revolves around new developments in CXL, PCI Express, and interoperable IP solutions that Rambus has developed.
Kyle Burk, KBJ Engineering
As mentioned in the May issue of Design007 Magazine, design is performed, at times, in a vacuum. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Whenever circumstances allow, design should be performed by communicating with all stakeholders throughout the design process, hence the emphasis on the word with in DWM. Communication can occur through personal correspondence such as email and voice conversations or through more formal design meetings—in person or through videoconferencing. No matter which means of communication you prefer, it’s important to communicate early and often with stakeholders involved in the downstream processes as you bring your project to realization.