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i3 Electronics, Inc. (i3) announced today that it has earned the opportunity from an industry leading medical OEM for the development and manufacture of advanced, flexible, circuitized substrates. The product is a flexible, LCP substrate that will be used in the neurostimulation market.
“i3’s advanced flex technology is revolutionizing the medical industry. Our commitment to supplying our customers with the industry’s highest-reliability products enables them to improve the lives of thousands of people every day,” said Dale Kersten, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer at i3 Electronics.
About i3 Electronics
i3 Electronics, Inc., with headquarters in Endicott, NY, is a vertically integrated provider of high performance electronic solutions consisting of design and fabrication of printed circuit boards and advanced semiconductor packaging, high speed laminates, advanced assembly, reliability and signal integrity reliability labs, high speed back plane & press fit assembly, and flexible electronics & assembly. i3 product lines meet the needs of markets including defense and aerospace, communications and computing, industrial and medical, where highly reliable products built in robust manufacturing operations are critical for success. For more information about i3 and its products, please visit www.i3electronics.com.
Chris Mitchell, IPC Vice President of Global Government Relations
IPC-1791, Trusted Electronic Designer, Fabricator and Assembler Requirements, is an electronics standard developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and industry to address some of today’s greatest risks to a trusted supply chain. The standard provides traceability and helps protect against counterfeits. In fact, IPC-1791 was specifically cited in the U.S. Department of Commerce response to Executive Order 14017-Securing America’s Supply Chains.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
This week, I’m identifying key news about EVs, orbital payloads, environmental sustainability, the state of the economy, and new executive leadership. I’d say it’s a well-rounded selection of what’s happening in the industry. I can’t help but continue to be impressed by the pervasiveness of space commercialization. Satellites have a long history of being commissioned and operated by private business, but as commercial launch vehicles become more available, it seems that satellite launches are accelerating. Read on!
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
Welcome to the Spring issue of IPC Community! This quarterly publication was created with you in mind! In this issue, you’ll find articles, interviews, columns, graphics, surveys, IPC member benefits, and so much more. Each issue is designed to celebrate the success between IPC and its members and how this relationship benefits the entire electronics manufacturing industry.