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Content posted in June 2011
Siemens Surging Into Services
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6/30/2011  8 comments
Siemens's new Customer Service Division will enable it to reap the rewards of lucrative consulting and engineering services revenue streams.
Siemens Instrumentation Hits the Road
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6/29/2011  3 comments
Siemens is taking its instrumentation and process technology on the road in a 53-foot tractor-trailer that'll tour the US.
Why Isn't Embedded Design More Innovative?
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6/28/2011  4 comments
We asked the Systems & Product Design Engineering group on LinkedIn what needs to change with embedded systems for real innovation to occur.
Has Nissan Leaf Set Electric Car Paradigm?
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6/27/2011  5 comments
As all-electrics gain ground, the flood of drive-train component suppliers entering the market could resemble that of the early days of the auto industry.
Do Tough Employer Words Presage Better Engineering Employment?
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6/24/2011  33 comments
Siemens says there's a war for talent out there and they've got 3,000 highly skilled jobs to fill.
Welcome to the New Design News Community
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6/23/2011  22 comments
Our elegant redesign belies our underlying purpose–it's all about enabling you to interact with your peers and our editors.




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