The Ultimate Playbook for Handling Obsolete Components and Excess Inventory

In electronic manufacturing, managing obsolete and excess inventory effectively is key to maintaining efficiency and financial success. As technology progresses, old components phase out, leading to fluctuations in production demands and surplus inventory.  Proactive Approach to Addressing Obsolescence Forecasting and Monitoring Forecast and monitor component lifecycles to stay proactive in managing obsolescence. Leverage tools like…

The Ultimate Guide for OEMs, CMs, and Buyers of Semiconductor Components

In the domain of semiconductor components, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Contract Manufacturers (CMs), and semiconductor purchasers encounter various challenges and opportunities. With technology advancing, keeping up with it necessitates a profound comprehension of the semiconductor sector. This guide offers insights and tactics for navigating this ever-changing industry. Understanding the Semiconductor Supply Chain The semiconductor supply…

Paving the Way for a Green Future with Semiconductor Chips

Semiconductors play a pivotal role in driving the transition toward a green and more sustainable future. These tiny marvels of technology are not only powering our renewable energy systems but also revolutionizing industries like electric vehicles, logistics, and manufacturing. Powering Renewable Energy Systems Renewable energy systems heavily rely on chips to convert and manage power.…

Cockrell School of Engineering Teams Join NSF FuSe Program to Shape the Future

The University of Texas at Austin Cockrell School of Engineering. (Image source: The University of Texas) Two teams from the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas are making significant strides in semiconductor research thanks to their participation in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Future of Semiconductors (FuSe) program. This collaborative initiative, funded…