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Best design, test products awarded at DesignCon

02 Feb 2015  | Jessica MacNeil

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The Best in Design & Test Product Awards recognised the top innovations at the chip, board and system level, with an emphasis on signal and power integrity, at DesignCon 2015.

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DesignCon Technical Program Director Janine Love emphasised the quality of products that were recognised as nominees and winners.

"This is the third year I've been involved with the awards ceremonies at DesignCon, and I continue to be impressed by the calibre of the products nominated," said Love. "As high-speed design becomes important to more designers, the work done by the teams in this space is making for a very compelling DesignCon story. I'm very happy to be a part of this story, and feel honoured to be one of the people giving out the awards this year. My hearty congratulations to all of the finalists this year, and bravo to the winners."

Products were nominated by manufacturers and introduced between November 1, 2013 and October 17, 2014. The UBM editorial staff chose finalists in nine categories, and the winners were chosen by our audience through an online survey.

Click through to see the nominees and who took home the awards in the following categories:


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