LXI Consortium Produces Podcasts On China

Aug. 23, 2007
The LXI Consortium has posted a series of podcasts on its website to provide un update on the status of LXI technology in China. The podcasts were recorded at the LXI General Meeting in Beijing, China, held last month. Available in both English and ...

The LXI Consortium has posted a series of podcasts on its website to provide un update on the status of LXI technology in China. The podcasts were recorded at the LXI General Meeting in Beijing, China, held last month. Available in both English and Chinese, they include reports from Bob Renard, President of the LXI Consortium; Zhang Rong Chun, a system integrator from Acery; Jiu Guang Yi from the Aircraft Institute, speaking on end-uses of LXI in China; and Professor Fu from the Harbin Institute of Technology on how LXI will be adopted by engineering classes in China. Additional presenters included Alex McCarthy of National Instruments, Paul Franklin of Keithley Instruments, Jochen Wolle of Rohde & Schward, and Patti Key of Agilent Technologies. More than 150 product developers and system integrators gathered last month at this first LXI Consortium event held in Asia.

LXI Consortium (www.lxistandard.org)

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