Obsolescence: not the end of the world

Electronic Component life-cycles—the time between market introduction and formal end-of-life—are shortening. A large part of the world’s semiconductor demand is …

POSTED July 8, 2020

Which components will next generation air defense depend on?

TTI’s VP military and aerospace segment, Roger Raley, examines the components and capabilities that future aircraft will rely on for …

POSTED July 3, 2020

Everyone is essential to recovery

In this article John Denslinger argues the best solution to a sustained recovery is a marketplace where all economic activity …

POSTED June 30, 2020

Paper and print everywhere

Medical, social and economic impacts aside, Covid-19 has revealed some interesting aspects to life. One or two of them have …

POSTED June 29, 2020

Reading into the reader

Electronics Sourcing’s special projects editor, Thomas Smart, examines industry trends revealed in the magazine’s latest annual reader survey. This year …

POSTED June 29, 2020

Let’s Get the Industry Moving Again

This year has seen one of the worst financial crises since 1929, the Wall Street Crash. The economy has seen …

POSTED June 25, 2020

Unprecedented success in medical device manufacturing

Digi-Key’s vice president of global supplier management, David Stein, illustrates how the company is supporting suppliers and customers through Covid-19 …

POSTED June 25, 2020

Some independent distributors see sales increases because of pandemic

Component demand from “essential” industries such as medical OEMs have boosted sales for independent distributors. Independent distributors say they have …

POSTED June 25, 2020