October 2020 Issue of PCB007 Magazine Available Now


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I-Connect007 has been exploring the effect of roadmaps on business planning and operations. In PCB007 Magazine this month, we conclude our three-part coverage of the IEEE Heterogenous Integration Roadmap and we explore roadmapping as a tactical tool, not only a long-range strategic plan.

This issue's thoughtful, pragmatic, and sometimes philosophical take on roadmapping combines nicely with our discussion of the topic in this month's SMT007 Magazine and Design007 Magazine. Explore them for an expanded view.

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