Approaching packaging as a system

Correira, George
December 1996
Electronic Design;12/03/96 Supplement, Vol. 44 Issue 25, p65
Trade Publication
Outlines the steps involved in electronic packaging of a server system. Critical aspects of electronic packaging; Planning the hardware implementation and the integration of the various system elements; Site planning; Application of enclosure technology in modern network environments; Article originally published in the June 10, 1996 issue of `Electronic Design.'


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