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Take Steps to Manage Obsolescence

When buyers encounter obsolescence issues, there are six main options available to resolve the problem. Here Winslow Adaptics explores what …

POSTED September 27, 2017

Buyers have options with component obsolescence

The rate of component obsolescence has increased over the last 15 years, but component manufacturers are doing a better job …

POSTED June 9, 2017

Button down the alternatives

With last time buys issued on high-temperature button tantalums, buyers will need to find alternatives for a package that has …

POSTED June 1, 2017

Plan ahead to end procurement struggles

Balancing product lifecycles with component availability is difficult, especially in long life sectors such as military, aerospace and medical. Independent …

POSTED April 18, 2017

Finding the right test plan

Obsolete electronic components are an issue for most aerospace and defence contractors, so when it comes to purchasing, one has …

POSTED August 6, 2015

How independents combat counterfeiting

Modern independent distribution is involved in developing the anti-counterfeiting tools that support obsolete and end-of-life material, explains 4 Star Electronics. …

POSTED May 5, 2015

DeLTA is the difference!

It does what it says on the can …. or does it? With legacy stock, return-to-stock or hard-to-source components, you …

POSTED April 4, 2014

Get active on obsolescence

Component Obsolescence Group (COG) expo 2013 will take place on 4 December in Frankenthal, Germany. The event aims to cover the …

POSTED November 19, 2013

Agreement enhances obsolescence management

CMCA (UK) and Qtec Solutions have established an exclusive agreement aimed at further enhancing their obsolescence management capabilities. The two …

POSTED July 31, 2013

Intel, AMD and NEC x86 Processors Re-created

Force Technologies Ltd offer a replacement for the obsolete Intel 80186/286/386/486 Processor in high reliability long life systems.  The custom …

POSTED May 30, 2013