Bits&Chips, the leading Dutch news and magazine for the high-tech industry, has announced that it will be published in English from April 2019. For 20 years now, the magazine has focused on delivering interesting news and trends on electronics and software development.

The change from Dutch to English has been driven from two main trends. This move will ensure publisher Techwatch can reach a large number of expats that has moved to Belgium and the Netherlands; with the High-Tech Campus in Eindhoven, hosting more than one third of the population of workers in R&D which do not speak Dutch. Bits&Chips are also seeking an international audience for its native customers, with readers expressing their need for an international platform to be represented.

With key markets in Belgium and The Netherlands including printing, medical, semicon and RF/mixed signal chips. Moving forward, Bits&Chips will primarily cover these markets and will focus on software engineering, RF technology and system architecture.

We wish Bits&Chips all the best for the future.