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America II Unveils New Global Website and Web App

America II Electronics, Inc., one of the world’s largest independent distributors of semiconductors and electronics components, today announced the launch …

POSTED May 23, 2013

IPC and ECIA to work on component obsolesce guideline

When a component manufacturer discontinues a particular component, it creates a ripple effect throughout the electronics assembly industry, leaving EMS …

POSTED April 10, 2012

Low risk options for obsolescence management

Offering an extensive parts inventory backed by manufacturing and re-creation services, Rochester Electronics specialises in obsolescence solutions for electronics buyers …

POSTED December 15, 2011

End-of-life strategy: plan early

As Rochester Electronics explains, the best time for OEMs to consider long-term component supply options is before an end-of-life announcement …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Nurturing a can-do attitude

Identify a companys philosophy, corporate culture, customer-facing attitude: and you find its key to success As a key player in …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Vendor reduction in a changing world

With sub-standard components hiding in the supply chain, how can buyers purchase from the grey market without accidentally buying counterfeit, …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Four figure sum for charity

Cyclists from Cyclops Electronics have raised 1,500 for York District Hospital special baby unit. Cyclops managing director, Daniel Yodaiken, said: …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Security by anti-counterfeiting

In the fight against counterfeiting, Hamburg-based Tesa Scribos has developed the Holospot, a system designed to combat counterfeiting and ensure …

POSTED December 15, 2011

The risk business

Driving a product to market without an effective obsolescence strategy is no different to driving your car without insurance. Both …

POSTED December 15, 2011

Arrangements to provide for obsolescence

If designing a system with a number of semiconductors that are likely to become obsolete in the next few years …

POSTED December 15, 2011