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New Electronics interviews some of the industry's most high profile and influential figures.

Bringing a touch of 'strategic nous'

Having recently joined the board of Cambridge Nanotherm, Ewald Braith talks to Neil Tyler about the company's next crucial steps.

The appointment of Ewald Braith – who has worked in a variety of high-profile companies over the past 30 years – as a non executive director of Cambridge Nanotherm looks like a canny move on the part of this Cambridge based company.At a time when Cambridge's innovative nano-ceramic thermal solutions are starting to make real inroads ...

Continuing to evolve

Just a few months after the end of World War II, Wilhelm and Marie Harting established Harting in September 1945. The company, called ‘Wilhelm Harting Mechanische Werkstätten’, worked out of a small hall, a repair workshop, measuring no more than 100m2 in Minden.

Rethink test to drive quality: Interview with John Paliotta

Vector Software's CTO John Paliotta sees big changes coming in embedded software development that may overturn conventional wisdom on how the most skilled people on the team should be deployed. He also sees a push for quality emerging among the embedded systems community as consumers become jaded about the number of often baffling bugs in the products they buy. "I don't care about the processor inside my phone, but I do care about my user experience."

The future for analogue is brighter than ever: Interview with Bob Dobkin

Legends in the electronics industry are few and far between, but Bob Dobkin – founder of Linear Technology and its CTO – can arguably be considered a legend, having dedicated more than 40 years to developing the 'art' of analogue electronics. Along the way, he has amassed more than 100 patents relating to analogue circuits.

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