Penton Media, Inc. Announces Re-Design of their Microwaves & RF Website

NEW YORK, NY (July, 2012) Penton Media, Inc. announces the re-launch of their popular website, the trusted engineering resource for over 50 years. Originally launched in 2001, this resource site has been modified with an entirely new look, added features and superior functionality.

The site now offers improved navigation capabilities, allowing users to effortlessly browse through the website’s newest technological categories, editorials from Contributed Technical Experts, increased social media networks and much more. The most impressive feature on the site is the company directory, which allows engineers access to information and articles about companies in the microwave & RF industry.

 “The website coordinates so many facets of the microwave and RF industry in one place, thereby acting as a great resource—from a growing list of companies in this space to in-depth trends and design articles,”states Nancy Friedrich, Editor in Chief for Microwaves & RF.

Penton Media, Inc. launched in 2001 transversely through its design-engineering group. The group has since grown to become the design engineering and sourcing groups, and its distinguished brands include: Electronic Design, Microwaves & RF, Source ESB, Global Purchasing, Distribution Resource,Power Electronics Technology, Mobile Development and Design, Defense Electronics, Auto Electronics, Electronic Design Europe, Electronic Design China, Machine Design, Motion System Design, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Medical Design, Energy Efficiency & Technology and Engineering TV.


 “Together, we have experience helping design engineers and purchasing professionals increase their technical knowledge and gain valuable access to suppliers,” notes Bill Baumann, Vice President, Design Engineering & Electronics. “We are truly excited about the opportunities these changes bring to the community!”


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