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Keysight Technologies Donates Oscilloscopes to University Engineering Programs

Keysight Technologies Donates Oscilloscopes to University Engineering Programs | In Compliance Magazine

Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced it has donated an MSOX4154A oscilloscope to each of the universities supporting the company’s student internship program. The universities include:

  • University of Colorado Boulder – Boulder, Colorado
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Troy, New York
  • Rochester Institute of Technology – Rochester, New York

As part of the program, interns from each of the universities led Keysight’s A+ Hands-On seminars during 2014. The interns hosted the seminars at more than 30 locations throughout the US and Canada.

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The Keysight seminars are a highly interactive environment where experienced engineers and technicians have the opportunity to ask questions and gain insight relevant to their current application specialties.

“The interns’ technical expertise and strong leadership skills proved essential to the success of the seminars,” said Art Lizotte, Keysight sales development manager. “Our donation of an oscilloscope is a small recognition of the excellent work done by the students and the tremendous dedication the universities have in preparing the next-generation of engineers.”

For more information about Keysight’s education programs, visit www.Keysight.com/find/Education.

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