8 Reasons to Store Your Components in Altium 365

David Haboud
|  June 11, 2020

Working with local libraries seems like a simple solution, but we often don’t take into account the added time spent maintaining libraries and sharing them between team members. There is no good way to avoid duplicate efforts with component creation and no standardization to ensure consistent naming. Worst of all, there is no way to identify the latest component revision, and library files can be easily corrupted or misplaced. This webinar showcases the advantages of component storage in Аltium 365 to resolve the issues of local libraries and component management.

WATCH THIS WEBINAR FOR AN OVERVIEW OF THE MAIN ADVANTAGES OF COMPONENT PLACEMENT AND STORAGE IN ALTIUM 365:
Migrating your libraries into the cloud
Create new components with downloadable models and parameters
Access to components from anywhere in the world
See where your components are used across all projects

About Author

About Author

David Haboud is a Product Marketing Engineer at Altium. He studied electrical engineering with an emphasis in computer architecture and hardware/software design at the University of Southern California. David began his career as an embedded software engineer in the aerospace industry and has always strived to make it easier for hardware and software engineers to communicate. During his tenure as an embedded software engineer, he focused on firmware development and data acquisition for auxiliary power units. In his spare time, David hosts and performs in improvisational and stand-up comedy nights in San Diego, California.

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