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HEI Inc., a manufacturer of advanced technology flexible printed circuits, microelectronic assemblies and fully integrated equipment for the medical, communications and mil/aero markets, will be a presenter at MEPTEC and SMTA's annual Medical Electronics Symposium, September 22-23, 2010, at the Arizona State University (ASU) campus in Tempe, Arizona.Kirk Olson, Director of Technology, Systems and Business Development for HEI will be providing a presentation at the Medical Electronics Symposium, on a communications interface device entitled Link-IT™. HEI developed this dedicated multi-functional device to interface directly with medical devices and provide the user with information output from those devices. The Link-IT™ is a cutting-edge, practical device about the size of a stack of playing cards, and can be powered by battery for mobility. HEI has the ability to write device specific drivers for different medical products based upon their ability to interface with the Link-IT™."I strongly encourage all within the medical device industry to attend this valuable symposium on the current state of medical device technology and the future of the medical electronics industry. This Meptec/SMTA Medical Electronics Symposium has consistently delivered a very high level of interesting content regarding medical electronics," stated Tim Craumer, Business Development/Sales Manager for HEI.About the 2010 Medical Electronics Symposium
Meptec and SMTA will again jointly host the 2010 Medical Electronics Symposium this year at Arizona State University, in conjunction with ASU's School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering. The two-day technical program is entitled, Successful Strategies for the Medical Electronics Sector: Steady Growth Keeps the Momentum Moving Forward. The program will focus on medical electronics and medical device applications. For more information, visit 2010 Medical Electronics Symposium.About HEI Inc.HEI Inc. is an ITAR-registered, FDA-registered contract manufacturer specializing in EMS, including medical device manufacturing, microelectronic assembly, turn key manufacturing, ATE services, ceramic, flex and rigid-flex substrate manufacturing. The company provides rapid prototyping, engineering services, product design, automation and test services, box build manufacturing, distribution and fulfillment solutions. For more information, visit www.heii.com.