Gerald Janicki of Meggitt Defense Systems to lead thermal management webcast

NASHUA, N.H., 4 Nov. 2009. Gerald Janicki, senior director of business development and expert thermal management technology at Meggitt Defense Systems in Irvine, Calif., is leading a webcast titled "Thermal Management: Keeping It Cool In Military Systems" to be held on Monday, 16 Nov. at 3pm Est.

Nov 4th, 2009

NASHUA, N.H., 4 Nov. 2009. Gerald Janicki, senior director of business development and expert on thermal management technology at Meggitt Defense Systems is in Irvine, Calif., leading a webcast titled "Thermal Management: Keeping It Cool In Military Systems" to be held on Monday, 16 Nov. at 3pm Est.

To register for this webcast go to http://mae.pennnet.com/webcast/display_webcast.cfm?id=997.

Other speakers include Steve Motter, chief technology officer at Aitech Defense Systems in Chatsworth, Calif., and David O'Mara, product manager, conduction cooled products at AP Labs in San Diego. The moderator is John McHale, executive editor at Military & Aerospace Electronics magazine.

Current and future generation processors are making it difficult for military systems designers to efficiently manage thermals in mission critical systems, forcing design engineers to come up with new and innovative ways to get rid of the heat in high-performance computers. This webcast will look at the latest solutions for improving thermal efficiency through cooling chips and boards in new and aging military platforms.

It is sponsored by Aitech Defense Systems and AP Labs.

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