Montreal, Qc (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Hardent, a leading professional services firm for the electronics and semiconductor industry, announced today that the company will exhibit at the Futurecom 2012 conference in Brazil.
Futurecom, one of the major telecommunications and IT events in Latin America, takes place from October 8-11 in Rio de Janeiro and hosts more than 15,000 attendees from more than 40 countries, as well as an industry-recognized trade show with more than 200 exhibitors.
Hardent is exhibiting at the ICT Canada booth (# G10) – an organization created by the Canadian Consulate in Sao Paulo to promote knowledge of advanced technologies in the Canadian market, promote the execution of business between Canada and Brazil’s ICT sectors and keep companies informed about news and opportunities for collaboration.
“With the increasing demand for high-speed and high density electronic circuits, Brazilian telecom and other equipment makers are seeking guidance on how to accelerate the design and development of their products,” said Simon Robin, CEO and founder of Hardent. “We are building close relationships with executives in this industry and serve as a guiding expert to companies who want to become more effective throughout the electronic design process.”
Hardent will host working sessions during the event with leading semiconductor and electronics players in Brazil and encourages interested companies to contact the company directly or through the ICT Canada Facebook or LinkedIn pages.
Hardent is a professional services firm offering engineering, management consulting and training in the electronics and semiconductor industry. It serves as a partner in improving product engineering processes, enhancing team skills and accelerating time-to-market to increase the company’s competitive advantage. Hardent helps its customers become leaders in their fields by understanding their needs and challenges and offering innovative solutions through result-oriented problem-solving consulting, engineering and training/coaching professional services.