SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Electronics, the daily source of essential business and technical information for the design engineering and electronics industry's decision makers, today announced EDN.com, an online community-driven network designed for electronics design engineers, developers, and industry-related management, has grown 64 percent in online traffic due to strong content, new blogs and a new website.
"The growth of EDN.com highlights the essential need for a community-driven network for electronics design engineers, developers, and industry-related management. Through proven social networking technologies, mentoring, and education, EDN.com provides engineers with the information, interaction, and peer-to-peer resources they need to bring new technologies and designs to market," said Patrick Mannion, Brand Director, EDN, Test & Measurement World, and Embedded.com at UBM Electronics. "EDN.com is an integral part of our business' strategic growth plan that reinforces putting the users first as we expand our reach, services and ecommerce capabilities. In truth we've only just scratched the surface with the relaunch, as successful as it is. We're even more excited about what's just around the corner."
EDN provides users with in-depth technical and how-to information and technology updates as well as learning, design tools, networking, mentoring and peer-to-peer knowledge sharing, and discussion opportunities.
Key components of EDN.com include:
- Home Page highlights newly added expert content, blogs, and the latest posts from EDN's Facebook and Twitter content as well as top discussions, videos and comments from the EDN.com community.
- Design Centers pull together all the various information and discussions from across EDN that are tied to that design center's focus, whether it be, Analog; Automotive; Communications & Networking; Components & Packaging; Consumer; DIY (Do It Yourself); IC Design; LEDs; Medical; Power Management; Sensors; Systems Design; or Test & Measurement. Each Design Center community is led by an EDN editor.
- Tools & Learning showcases products, development kits, design tools, teardowns, courses, videos, webinars, tech papers, and the Knowledge Center.
- Community cultivates deeper engagement and interaction among members. Community features include: Design Ideas; Tales from the Cube; Expert Q&As; My Profile where users can share information about themselves, post their photo, and track their activity, including their own articles, discussions, and comments; People and Discussions I'm Following where peers, editorial, and discussions can be followed; My Library where users can view content they have bookmarked, saved, and followed; and My Tools where engineers can tag tools they like from EDN's chosen list.
- EDN Vault offers Design Idea collections; Teardown collections and analyses; Hot Topics where content focuses around a trending topic area; and a robust library of EDN issues to date in Magazine Archives.
The site also incorporates data from DataSheets.com (www.datasheets.com), a website created for design engineers and electronics purchasing professionals to quickly and easily find electronics parts and inventory.
For additional information regarding EDN, visit EDN.com or contact Patrick Mannion at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Mannion's EDN profile at http://www.edn.com/user/patrick.mannion. Marketers interested in advertising or partnership opportunities, should contact Jim Dempsey, Western Sales Director at email@example.com.
Source: Adobe Site Catalyst, June 1-19, 2012 as compared to July 1-19, 2012.
EDN.com is an online community designed for electronics design engineers, developers, and industry-related management. EDN.com provides engineers with the technology trends and design-how-to information they need to keep pace in this fast-paced environment, as well as the networking, contacts, mentoring, and peer-to-peer knowledge opportunities needed to take an idea from concept to reality.
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