SiVa announces its annual ESD Discovery event

Recognized experts in the Industry will be teaching tutorials and some of the leading providers of technology will be exhibiting at this one-day event

July 15, 2006 — /SiVa/ — Sunnyvale, Calif. — The Silicon Valley EOS/ESD Society (a.k.a. SiVa) announces it Annual ESD Discovery to be held Tuesday August 29, 2006 at the AMD Common Building in Sunnyvale, Ca. Mark your calendar a sign up early. This is an annual event and its objective is to promote greater awareness on ESD and EOS related issues in the Electronics Industry. The Silicon Valley EOS\ESD Society is a 501c 3 Non-Profit organization that promotes awareness through out the USA and Asia.

About the Society: Founded in 1989, the Silicon Valley EOS/ESD Society is a nonprofit, unincorporated organization. The society strives for the advancement and understanding of the theory and practice of electrical overstress (EOS) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) in the principle fields of electronics, magnetic recording and semiconductor devices. The Silicon Valley EOS/ESD Society is dedicated to understanding and improving ESD (Electro-Static Discharge) detection & protection procedures. Our Education committee organizes tutorials periodically to present scientific, technical and ESD educational materials to those working in the semiconductor, electronic, magnetic recording and other related areas.

Silicon Valley EOS/ ESD Society members include managers, engineers, technicians, assembly, suppliers, quality assurance and reliability, R&D, sales and marketing, purchasing, and a number of other interested individuals. In the heart of the Silicon Valley, and with our obvious ties to Silicon Valley corporations, now in the Pacific Rim, our members enjoy benefits from being part of a successful organization with many programs to offer.

For more info, visit us online at

Contacts: Larry Levit, PhD, Wayne Tan
Silicon Valley EOS/ESD Society
696 Kings Row, Suite 35
San Jose CA 95112
Phone 510-217-0665


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