San Jose, Calif. -May 23, 2007- Silicon Valley Technical Institute, Inc. has signed a cooperation agreement with Springer, one of the world-leaders in Engineering book publishing. According to the terms of this agreement, Springer will publish a series of books together based on training materials developed by SVTI instructors and faculty. Silicon Valley Technical Institute is a worldwide provider of training programs to the high-tech industry.
"We are looking forward to cooperate with SVTI," said Mark de Jongh, Senior Publishing Editor for Electrical Engineering with Springer. "We are very much interested over the scope of various training programs offered by SVTI and most impressed with the wide range of topics as well as the high academic and practical level of these courses."
"Cooperation with Springer provides a great opportunity to our faculty members to work with a leader in engineering publishing," said Dr. Ali Iranmanesh, CEO and Chairman of Silicon Valley Technical Institute. "Engineers worldwide are beneficiary of Springer's vast array of excellent technical publications".
Silicon Valley Technical Institute (SVTI) is a worldwide provider of training programs to the high-tech industry. SVTI programs cover various aspects of electronic design, design automation, semiconductor manufacturing, computer, and communications engineering. SVTI corporate headquarter is located in San Jose, California USA. For additional information visit
Springer is one of the world-leaders in Engineering book publishing, boasting a broad range of subject matter, and a history of working with the most prestigious scholars in the field. With over 500 books being published each year in the Engineering division Springer has become market leader in the publication of academic level professional books in the areas of Electronic Design Automation and Circuits & Systems. For many years Springer has worked closely together with numerous Silicon Valley based technology firms in the publication of books which focus on state-of-the-art developments within the EDA industry. For additional information visit
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