Pulsonix Honored as Recipient of 'Best PC Design Software' at EM Media Best Awards 2022

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Pulsonix, the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) company delivering technology-leading PCB design solutions, announced that they were awarded the 'Best PC Design Software' at the EM Best Awards 2022, India's biggest and most prestigious electronics awards celebrating excellence and achievements of true pioneers.

“We are extremely honored to be recognized for this award and will continue with our objective to provide the most highly advanced and productive EDA technology suite in the industry, ” said Bob Williams, marketing director for Pulsonix. “Our software engineering professionals at Pulsonix understand the need for high quality and fast response times, and we use the very latest software techniques in graphics and data handling to produce best-in-class tools. Our EDA technology suite has been designed to meet the ever-changing needs of PCB design in the 21st century and sets the new standard for the electronics industry with easy-to-use and learn schematic capture and PCB layout programs.”

Over the years, the EM Best Awards have established themselves as the industry standard for honoring contributions to the electronics industry. EM Awards selection criteria are based on the nominees having demonstrated leadership, product innovation, excellence in their field, and effectiveness in addressing a need or defining a new market. The awards reflect each organization's particular focus, and they honor thosee companies with the core values of business success and innovation. EM Best Awards 2022 includes key electronics categories such as Semiconductor, Test and Measurement, Electronics Components, Automation, SMT, PCB, EMS.


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