Tachyon Featured in Modern Printed Circuits

The April 2014 issue of Modern Printed Circuits features an article titled, “Isola’s Breakthrough Laminate Offers Low Insertion Loss for High-Speed Digital Designs.”

The need for laminate materials that can enable higher data rates is a distinct technology trend in the electronics industry. Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers, contract manufacturers, PCB fabrication houses, and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) alike have sought the most suitable, yet cost-effective PCB material possible to adequately deal with those rapidly growing high-speed applications. Read the full story here.

03 April 2014

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