The use of standards has, ultimately, propelled civilization forward. As the electronics manufacturing industry works to create, revise, update, and restructure standards, it helps to take a moment to review how standards, and the process of creating them, have occurred throughout history.
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To Improve the Standards Process, Get Involved Interview with Jan Pedersen and Ray Prasad
The Convergence: IPC Merging CFX With IPC-12581 Interview with Gary Carter and Michael Ford
The Long Road to a New Standard Interview with Gary Carter and Michael Ford
Standards Through Time: Changing to Stay the Same by Nolan Johnson
Reliability by the Book by Eric Camden
The Ecosystem of Industry Standards Interviews with Dave Bergman, Marc Benowitz, Scott Miller, and Wilfried Bair
How Standards Impact You and Your Company by Ray Prasad
Explaining the QSFP-DD Data Center Interconnect Standard by Scott Sommers