November Edition of The PCB Magazine Available Now


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The November issue of The PCB Magazine  has published and is now available.

HDI: Today, Tomorrow and the Future

This month, we cover the wide-ranging topic of HDI: from the latest technology developments and manufacturing challenges, to HDI strategies that include design, fabrication, and assembly perspectives. As one of our feature contributors, Happy Holden, says, in North America, there is a growing need for more HDI capability. Find out why in this issue!

Check it all out this month in The PCB Magazine, now on the virtual newsstand and available for delivery in your e-mailbox each month by subscribing here.

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