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Avnet Schedules Webinar Series

PHOENIX — For a full 24 hours Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), will be hosting its virtual Power Forum — providing on-demand technical training from nearly 20 industry-leading power technology suppliers, including Infineon, Maxim, National Semiconductor, TE Connectivity and Texas Instruments.

On September 21, 2011, attendees will have access to more than 40 in-depth technical webinars, each providing design engineers with a practical look at innovative products, market trends and design techniques. There is no cost to attend, and registration is now open at

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The technical webinars featured during Avnet’s Power Forum cover a wide range of power electronics design topics and are presented by technical experts from Avnet and Avnet’s supplier partners. Webinar topics include:

  • Power Supply Layout.
  • Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Mitigation.
  • Digital Power.
  • Advanced Point-of-Load Power Architectures.
  • AC-DC Designs for Smart Meters.
  • Ambient Energy Harvesting.
  • Designing Li-Ion Battery Packs.
  • LED Lighting Reliability.
  • Solar and EV Protection.
  • Medical Compliance.

To see the entire list of participating supplier partners and webinar topics, visit

“As design engineers continue to face challenges in creating lasting power solutions, Avnet is equipping our customers with the technical training to propel their designs to the next level,” said Alex Iuorio, senior vice president, supplier marketing, Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas. “The virtual Power Forum is an excellent example of Avnet’s ability to leverage our in-house technical expertise as well as that of our industry leading supplier partners to provide our customers with educational opportunities that will accelerate their time to market.”

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