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Posts posted in August 2016
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3 Ways Your Company Can Leverage Freight Invoice Audit Data
Garry Oswald  
8/31/2016   (7) comments
Besides saving companies money and time, data from freight invoice auditing provides several ways for businesses to improve logistics operations.
6 Measurable Ways Equipment Maintenance Training Benefits Your Factory
Terry Wahlgren  
8/30/2016   Post a comment
For many manufacturers, equipment techs are the unsung heroes that keep factories running and producing high quality products week after week. To succeed, these workers need good training.
Optimize Product Offerings Using Behavioral Clustering
Ian Duncan-Lewis  
8/30/2016   Post a comment
What do my customers really want? This can seem like the million-dollar question for many retailers or suppliers, but with the right tools, it doesn't have to be such a challenge.
Alliance Seeks to Boost Indoor LTE
Rich Quinnell  
8/30/2016   (1) comment
Is It Time to Say Goodbye to EDI?
Logical Link  
8/29/2016   Post a comment
EDI and APIs These issues will continue to remain complex as “bring your own device” and device managed inventory (DMI) strategies meld with B2B data swapping, cloud-based services, automated purchase order generation and inventory replenishment
End-to-End IoT Security Simplified
Rich Quinnell  
8/29/2016   (2) comments
Make vs. Buy: Weighing the Cost of the Conveyor
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
8/26/2016   Post a comment
There's no single right answer when a manufacturer starts to decide whether to make or buy its conveyor system. The only real answer is "It depends."
Würth Acquires Amber Wireless
Peter Clarke  
8/26/2016   Post a comment
Arrow Accelerates Crowdfunded Internet of Things Innovation with Indiegogo
Gary Hilson  
8/25/2016   Post a comment
Projects deemed to be exceptional could qualify for supply chain and contract manufacturing services support
SiC Muscles Rohm into Auto Biz
Junko Yoshida  
8/25/2016   Post a comment
Power9 Opens IBM to Partners
Rick Merritt  
8/25/2016   Post a comment
One chip, four variants and tons of eDRAM
Container Shipping Slashes Capacity, Supply Chain Could Suffer
B. Cameron Gain  
8/24/2016   (1) comment
For at least the past decade, individual shipping lines gone their own way, while giving little thought to how their decisions would affect the entirety of maritime supply chains
AMD Reveals Zen of X86
Rick Merritt  
8/24/2016   Post a comment
New core packs decade of lessons learned
Missing Parts in Ford's Brave New Robo-Car World
Junko Yoshida  
8/24/2016   Post a comment
Ford CEO revealed its decision to go for fully automated, look-ma-no-hands cars from the get-go, and its lofty vision to play a role in the transformation of personal transportation.
Bringing German Engineering to Silicon Valley
Philip Stoten  
8/23/2016   Post a comment
German engineering and a fanatical approach to systems and quality are just what Silicon Valley needs to provide the perfect mix of exciting innovation and successful fulfillment.
Renesas Sets Sights on Intersil
Junko Yoshida  
8/23/2016   Post a comment
Microsoft Gives Peek at HoloLens Chip
Rick Merritt  
8/23/2016   (1) comment
HPU delivers trillion pixel-ops/second
3 Effective Communication Strategies for Contract Managers
Shayla Price  
8/22/2016   Post a comment
Savvy contract managers understand how to build rapport with suppliers to improve contractual relationships.
The Latest Approach to PCB Sourcing
Thomas Smiley  
8/22/2016   Post a comment
We must find creative ways to leverage the installed capacity of China while artfully avoiding the associated problems.
Are Energy Standards for Computers on the Horizon?
Logical Link  
8/19/2016   Post a comment
California has put the wheels in motion, and a NRDC says electricity use by computers can be cut in half using off-the-shelf technology with no impact on performance, and at negligible cost
Maximize Your Workforce Potential Amidst The Talent Shortage
Malysa O'Connor  
8/19/2016   Post a comment
Efficient omni-channel logistics require flexibility and agility throughout the supply chain—especially when it comes to workforce management.
Canadian company collaborates with Corning to improve screen protection
Gary Hilson  
8/18/2016   Post a comment
Phantom Glass has stayed small and nurtured its own manufacturing to stay nimble and responsive to a global market
3 Essential Technologies to Meet Same Day Shipping Expectations
Larry Lewis  
8/18/2016   Post a comment
Same day shipping is great for delivering a positive customer experience, but it does place quite a strain on resources for the shipper and the supply chain manager
Symmetry Electronics & SemiconductorStore.com Combine to Deliver Technical Design Help, Ordering Ease
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
8/17/2016   Post a comment
Global semiconductor distributor Symmetry Electronics has announced a new combined brand that promises to bring together design support for engineers and ease of ordering for procurement.
AMD, Nvidia GPU Battle Heats Up
Rick Merritt  
8/17/2016   Post a comment
Streamline Your Cut Item Management By Leveraging the Right WMS
Eric Allais  
8/17/2016   Post a comment
A warehouse management system (WMS) can dramatically reduce cut item remnants and provide with other ancillary benefits
Can Virtualization Be Used to Prevent Life-Threatening IoT Attacks?
Art Swift  
8/16/2016   Post a comment
Open Source Hypervisor for IoT Security Stops Lateral Movement
Automotive Security Resides in the Supply Chain
Gary Hilson  
8/15/2016   Post a comment
Intel and others are looking to foster collaboration to build more resilient platforms for automotive systems as hacked vehicles become a more frequent occurrence
EPA Crowdsources Pollution Sensing
R. Colin Johnson  
8/15/2016   Post a comment
PCB and EMS Growth Was Solid in June
Gary Hilson  
8/12/2016   Post a comment
Semiconductor shipments continued to show signs of recovery, although year-on-year sales growth remains negative
Will Next Tesla Speak Mandarin?
Junko Yoshida  
8/12/2016   Post a comment
DRAMs to drag ICs to -2% in 2016
Rick Merritt  
8/12/2016   (2) comments
Intel to Acquire Deep Learning Nervana
R. Colin Johnson  
8/11/2016   (1) comment
Samsung Debuts 3D XPoint Killer
Rick Merritt  
8/11/2016   Post a comment
3D NAND variant stakes out high-end SSDs
Is There Really an Internet of Things?
Jim O'Reilly  
8/11/2016   (2) comments
The problem, across the whole of IoT, is proving sufficient benefit, a pressing need and economic viability.
Wi-Fi Interference Hits Spotlight
Rick Merritt  
8/11/2016   (4) comments
Performance is “all over the place”
Avnet Looks to Leave Behind ERP Woes, Improve Topline and Operations
Gary Hilson  
8/10/2016   Post a comment
Interim CEO Bill Amelio said the company is well positioned to address challenges, pivot where necessary, and stay on as leader
Micron demos 3D XPoint in drives
Rick Merritt  
8/10/2016   (1) comment
Latency and IOPS, but no prices shown
"A" Is for August and Acquisitions
Gary Hilson  
8/10/2016   Post a comment
It's been a busy summer across the supply chain and the semiconductor business for both friendly takeovers and competitive bids
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