There’s another new website to add to your press lists, this one is the brainchild of the guys at AspenCore. With Paul O’Shea at the helm the company has launched PowerElectronicsNews.com. This power focused website will be dedicated to delivering readers the latest in product news as well as adding insightful technical articles that cover a variety of power topics, including power supplies, power semiconductors, power components, batteries and thermal management.
„In recent years, webinars have evolved to become a convenient and powerful information tool for engineers. To leverage this tool, our team is creating a series of webinars about power supply design that we will launch in the near future.“ commented Paul O’Shea, editor of the new site.
The website will have more than just technical information, articles from the editor’s perspective about interesting events or technologies will also be a feature, alongside useful tutorials and webinars.
A team of editors from Europe and the US will be writing for PowerElectronicsNews.com, under the keen eye of Paul O’Shea, a veteran technical editor who started his career with Texas Instruments in 1980, and has worked as a journalist writing for a number of technical trade publications from Evaluation Engineering Magazine, VerticalNet, EE Times and the Power Management Designline, to the Electronic Products print magazine and website.
Product and company news, as well as technical articles should be sent to Paul O’Shea. Alternatively, to ensure your news and content always ends up in the right place at the right time, get in touch with Bob Jones to see how Publitek can help.
Alexandra joined Publitek after working on pan-European PR and media planning for a variety of electronics companies spanning distributors to test and measurement equipment manufacturers. Alexandra has two Masters’ degrees, including one in Creative Writing from The University of Chichester, so she knows how to craft a compelling PR story.