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UBM Tech Expands Electronics Ad Network With CircuitLab, Inc.

New Sponsorship Opportunities Deliver Market Leading Click-Through Rates

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Tech, which serves design engineers and the electronics industry with essential business and technical information, announced an expansion of its existing ad network of leading electronics media brands by adding CircuitLab, Inc. to its portfolio.

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CircuitLab, a free browser-based schematic capture and circuit simulation tool allows engineers to build, simulate and share a circuit schematic quickly and easily without leaving a web browser or installing software.  It's available across several browsers, operating systems and mobile devices.  CircuitLab has already replaced desktop circuit simulation tools and has a rapidly growing community of electronics practitioners.

By adding CircuitLab to UBM Tech's strong network of electronics sites, UBM Tech marketing partners can reach an expanded community of key influencers such as electrical engineers, academic users and hobbyists who are designing and analysing analog or digital systems using CircuitLab's software that enables quick design iteration and accelerated learning about electronics.

"Our strategic partnership with CircuitLab brings together the global leader in electronics media and marketing solutions with next-generation electronics design software and supports our strategy of scaling know-how among a community of engineers," said David Blaza, VP Sales and Business Development, Electronics, UBM Tech.  "As part of our goal to bring the right solutions, to the right people, at the right time this alliance broadens our already robust global community for electronics marketers, while also providing a strong solution that assists engineers develop products on spec, on time and on budget."

"Our community of professional engineers, academic users, and electronics enthusiasts tell us they are already switching from desktop-based tools like PSpice, LTspice and Multisim because CircuitLab helps them capture schematics and run simulations with less frustration," said CircuitLab founder Mike Robbins.  "We are excited to partner with UBM Tech to help us bring the next-generation of EDA software to every electrical engineer around the world."

For additional information on CircuitLab and to get started with the free online tool, visit https://www.circuitlab.com.

Vendors interested in CircuitLab sponsorship opportunities, contact David Blaza, VP Sales and Business Development via telephone at 415-947-6929 or via [email protected].   CircuitLab can place vendor products or services in front of engineers at the critical early stages of the design process.

About CircuitLab
CircuitLab, Inc. provides online, in-browser software for electronics schematic capture and circuit simulation.  These tools allow students, hobbyists, and professional engineers to design and analyze analog and digital electronic systems before ever building a prototype.  CircuitLab's unique browser-based software provides a powerful, user-friendly interface, and runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and iPad, with no installation required.  CircuitLab is now available to the public free-of-charge at: https://www.circuitlab.com/

About UBM Tech
UBM Tech is a global media business that provides information, events, training, data services, and marketing solutions for the technology industry. Its media brands and information services inform and inspire decision makers across the entire technology market — engineers and design professionals, software and game developers, solutions providers and integrators, networking and communications executives, and business technology professionals. UBM Tech's industry-leading media brands include EE Times, Interop, Black Hat, InformationWeek, Game Developer Conference, CRN, and DesignCon. The company's information products include research, education, training, and data services that accelerate decision making for technology buyers. UBM Tech also offers a full range of marketing services based on its content and technology market expertise, including custom events, content marketing solutions, community development and demand generation programs. UBM Tech is a part of UBM (UBM.L), a global provider of media and information services with a market capitalization of more than $2.5 billion.

For more information on UBM Tech please contact:                        
Felicia Hamerman
Vice President, Marketing, UBM Tech, Electronics
T: 516.562.5652, E: [email protected]           

For more information on CircuitLab, Inc. please contact:
Mike Robbins
CEO, CircuitLab, Inc.
T: 267.765.2100, E: [email protected]

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