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So Much Work, So Little Time for Engineers
Karen Field  
8/20/2014   Post a comment
For years, electrical engineers have helped build technologies that increase productivity. So, why do so many engineers report that they don’t have enough time for projects?
Executives Ponder Shifting Supply Chain & Logistics Practices
Logical Link  
8/20/2014   Post a comment
Supply chain complexity has led to many executives reevaluating how they handle the supply chain and what value they get from which practices and procedures.
Technology in the Engineering Classroom
Ben Zimmer  
8/19/2014   (3) comments
For engineering departments, there’s an overwhelming need to prepare students for the real world, but outfitting classrooms with the latest technology is expensive. What should universities do?
Currency in the Future of the Supply Chain
Ariella Brown  
8/19/2014   (4) comments
Bitcoin and possible future virtual currencies have the potential to make global supply chain transactions easier.
Internet of Things Security Reaches Tipping Point
Kelly Jackson Higgins  
8/18/2014   (5) comments
Public safety issues bubble to the top in security flaw revelations.
Global 3D Printing Growth Will Change Manufacturing
Susan Fourtané  
8/18/2014   (5) comments
The growth of the additive manufacturing sector from 2008 to 2023 implies great changes in the global supply chain and manufacturing.
The Limits of Moore's Law Limits
R. Colin Johnson  
8/15/2014   (1) comment
It’s a debate that electrical engineers have been arguing for a long time: When will Moore’s Law end? However, who says it will end?
Supply Chain Risk Management: Vital Growth Tool
Mark Pearson  
8/15/2014   (2) comments
Accenture asked executives about supply chain risk, and not surprisingly a large majority of them consider it a top priority.
Intel Strengthens Servers With Avago Networking Buy
Jessica Lipsky  
8/14/2014   (1) comment
Chip giant Intel is looking to expand its networking portfolio by buying up LSI's Axxia division for $650 million.
Local Distributors Take a Bigger Slice of the Pie in China
Bruce Gain  
8/14/2014   (5) comments
While the majority of components used in Chinese electronics assembly plants come from outside the country, the trend is moving toward locally sourced parts.
What's Next? Semiconductor Leaders Speak, Part 6
Apek Mulay  
8/13/2014   (1) comment
Semiwiki writers weigh in with their thoughts on the future of the semiconductor industry.
Intel Outlines 14nm, Broadwell
Rick Merritt  
8/12/2014   (1) comment
This week, Intel offered new details on its 14nm manufacturing process, as well as a look at its Broadwell processor, the first CPU that is being built on that process.
What Is American Made & Why It Matters
John Ciangiulli  
8/12/2014   (19) comments
There is a pretty clear-cut definition to the term American made. There are compelling reasons to use it, as long as it is used correctly.
IBM Puts Brain On-a-Chip
R. Colin Johnson  
8/11/2014   (17) comments
IBM has announced another breakthrough with its SyNAPSE project. The latest chip offers 1 million artificial neurons and 256 million synapses for storage.
VMI: A Thing of the Past or Still Relevant?
Logical Link  
8/11/2014   (4) comments
Vendor-managed inventory has proven itself as a way to save manufacturers time and money. But is it still vital in today's cloud-based world?
Delivering the EMS Goods
Jake Kulp  
8/8/2014   (5) comments
Here's how a mid-tier EMS provider can thrive in today’s competitive marketplace.
Woz Riffs on Watches, Engineering
Rick Merritt  
8/7/2014   (8) comments
The Apple co-founder and overall tech guru offered up his thoughts on the current state of smartwatches, IoT, and engineering, at this week’s Flash Memory Summit.
Increased Demand for Customized Sourcing Management
Megan Pedigo  
8/7/2014   (3) comments
Managing your company's supply chain is increasingly vital in today's lean manufacturing environment.
Supply Chain Security: 5 Important Steps
Robert Lemos  
8/6/2014   (5) comments
The integrity of enterprise data is only as strong as your most vulnerable third-party supplier or business partner. It's time to shore up these connection points.
What's Next? Semiconductor Leaders Speak, Part 5
Apek Mulay  
8/6/2014   (5) comments
The level of competition is on the rise, but there's little consensus on the best way to proceed.
New Fujitsu-Panasonic Co.: 6 Things Left Unsaid
Junko Yoshida  
8/5/2014   (2) comments
The agreement among Fujitsu, Panasonic, and the Development Bank of Japan has marked a sea change in how the Japanese electronics industry works. However, there’s more to deal.
China's Plans For Ruling Chip Production
At the Source  
8/5/2014   (17) comments
Tax support, credit products, and investment funding sources all read like plays from the capitalist West's playbook.
3D Manufacturing: New Weapon for the US Economy
Samir Shah  
8/4/2014   (21) comments
The US can turn a hobby into real economic power if the country starts using 3D on an industrial scale.
Centers of Excellence Drive Supply Chain Transformation, Part 2
Rich Becks  
8/4/2014   (7) comments
The most effective way to improve your supply chain is to establish centers of excellence that help executives become the leaders they need to be to move the supply chain into the future.
6 Things to Expect at Flash Summit
Rick Merritt  
8/1/2014   (9) comments
The annual Flash Memory Summit, which kicks off August 5, is expected to give new insight into the NAND flash memory industry and what the trends are for the next 12 months. Here’s a quick preview.
Google Set to Kick-Start the Driverless Car Supply Chain
Bruce Gain  
8/1/2014   (28) comments
Not satisfied with just doing the tech research, Google is backing industry groups and promotional efforts to get driverless cars adopted sooner rather than later.
What's Next? Semiconductor Leaders Speak, Part 4
Apek Mulay  
7/31/2014   (2) comments
Industry trends invariably affect the semiconductor industry -- but a macroeconomic lens puts things in a new perspective.
IoT Spec Taps Internet Protocol
Rick Merritt  
7/30/2014   (5) comments
The IPSO Alliance is planning to publish a specification for building an IoT software stack using Internet Protocol. The announcement is part of a movement to bring standards to the Internet of Things.
Multidimensional Effective 3D-IC Cost Management
David Park  
7/30/2014   (3) comments
Here are the best ways to evaluate yields and quantities across global virtual supply chains.
Mobile Benchmarks Need Work
Jim McGregor  
7/29/2014   (18) comments
The mobile industry is awash in controversial benchmarking standards. Blogger and analyst Jim McGregor is beginning to see some progress, but more work is needed.
Skin-Like Stretchable Electronics Start With Molecules
Laurie Sullivan  
7/29/2014   (15) comments
Thin, stretchable electronic components may be only a decade away, according to researchers.
Centers of Excellence Drive Supply Chain Transformation, Part 1
Rich Becks  
7/28/2014   (1) comment
The most effective way to improve your supply chain is to establish centers of excellence that help executives become the leaders they need to be to move the supply chain into the future.
Space & the Supply Chain
Ariella Brown  
7/25/2014   (38) comments
On the verge of deep space exploration, supply chain management is emerging as the critical issue for the success of the missions.
Broadcom Cuts 2,500 jobs
Rick Merritt  
7/25/2014   (9) comments
With the company leaving its cellular baseband business, Broadcom executives announced the layoffs this week, which represent about 20% of its workforce.
What's Next? Semiconductor Leaders Speak, Part 3
Apek Mulay  
7/24/2014   (10) comments
Customer demand, technology changes, and supplier relationships all impact the the semiconductor market.
Engineers Should Study Finance: 5 Reasons Why
Larry Desjardin  
7/23/2014   (13) comments
For engineers, studying finance is essential, whether it’s helping to make decisions or as a way to move up the management ranks.
Getting the Kids Hooked on Supply Chain Management
Logical Link  
7/23/2014   (14) comments
A growing talent shortage in supply chain and logistics jobs means the industry needs to get kids interested in the area much earlier than currently happens.
MIT Wrist-Robot Adds Extra Fingers
R. Colin Johnson  
7/22/2014   (5) comments
MIT doctoral candidate Faye Wu has developed a new type of wearable robot that mimics the motions of the human hand and wrist.
Walmart's Supply Chain Sustainability Lessons
Susan Fourtané  
7/22/2014   (2) comments
When a company's success is achieved in great part due to its long and consistent history of supply chain management success and sustainability initiatives, it becomes a role model for supply chain managers.
Live Chat 7/24: Effective Channel Management
Rodney Brown  
7/21/2014   (1) comment
If you aren't getting the most out of your channel partners when it comes to helping sell your products or services, we have experts who can answer your questions about better managing the channel.
What Buyers Must Know About PCB Surface Finishes
Michael Allen  
7/21/2014   (4) comments
Buyers should consider the impact of board finish selection on PCB assembly yields, labor costs, and quality, not just BOM cost.
Android Wear Buzzes Sans Babak
Rick Merritt  
7/18/2014   (6) comments
Now that Babak Parviz is leaving Google for Amazon, EE Times’s Rick Merritt contemplates what this means for Google Glass, as well as the future of wearables.
What's Next? Semiconductor Leaders Speak, Part 2
Apek Mulay  
7/18/2014   (5) comments
Semiconductor leaders speak to the future of the semiconductor industry, calling for collaboration and innovation.
Laying Down the Law Against Counterfeiters
Bruce Gain  
7/17/2014   (5) comments
The use of new harsher penalties for trafficking in counterfeit technology for military use shows the feds are serious about a crackdown.
Streamlining the Supply Chain With PIM
Jennifer Krizanek  
7/16/2014   (3) comments
Product Information Management systems can go a long way toward greasing the wheels of a global distribution system.
Nest Nurtures New IoT Protocol
Rick Merritt  
7/16/2014   (30) comments
Nest, the Internet of Things pioneer now owned by Google, is looking to turn its low-power mesh network protocol, called Thread, into an industry standard.
Consistency Concerns Loom Larger as Chips Get Smaller
Mary E. Shacklett  
7/15/2014   (4) comments
The demand for increasingly smaller devices drives the innovation in designing smaller processors. But at that small a scale, consistent performance can be tough to achieve.
IoT Household Wares: Who’s Talking to Whom?
Junko Yoshida  
7/15/2014   (12) comments
Talking back to IoT devices that talk behind my back.
Why HP, Dell, EMC, and Oracle Are Transforming Channels
Revving Revenue  
7/14/2014   (1) comment
Some major players are making major changes to their channel strategies. Here are five reasons why that is happening.
3D Printing Might Bring Manufacturing Back to Canada
Ariella Brown  
7/11/2014   (24) comments
The key isn't to see it as a replacement for traditional manufacturing, but as a vital new adjunct.
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