Valor receives IPC's special recognition award
Jul 08, 2004
Valor Computerized Systems has announced that IPC has recognized Valor with its Special Recognition Award.
This award is presented on behalf of the PCB and EMS industry, their suppliers and customers and is in great appreciation of Valor's significant commitment in developing IPC-2581, Generic Requirements for Printed Board Assembly Products Manufacturing Description Data and Transfer Methodology, and its donation of the ODB++ (X) format.
"By generously donating their ODB++ format to the IPC committee working on IPC-2581 and by providing volunteer committee support from their development group in Israel, Valor made tremendous contributions to the development of this new standard and notably displayed its dedication to the industry," said David Bergman, IPC's vice president of standards and technology. "The time and travel commitment to the two-year standard was significant on Valor's behalf, and IPC would like to recognize Valor's efforts to and support of the industry."
Chuck Feingold, President of Valor's US subsidiary stated, "We are very pleased to receive the IPC award, as it recognizes Valor's corporate vision and effort to strive for the development of innovative products that effectively interconnect the various design-to-manufacture stages of the PCB production cycle and to generate additional value for all electronics supply-chain partners."