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Jabil Launches InControl Supply Chain Decision Support Platform
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
5/23/2017   Post a comment
Jabil's new modular supply chain SaaS platform is designed to bring diverse information sets together to provide business insights that supply quick and accurate supply chain decisions.
Trending: New Storage Verticals
Jim O'Reilly  
5/23/2017   Post a comment
The commoditization of storage platform hardware, coupled with the availability of unbundled, powerful storage software is giving buyers more choices.
ABB Taps IBM Watson to Connect Islands of Automation
Gary Hilson  
5/18/2017   (1) comment
Cognitive insights and machine learning are depending on good data and the people that configure them to solve problems on the factory floor.
Developers: Cars Are the Next IoT Frontier
Hunter Jensen  
5/18/2017   Post a comment
With the advent of over-the-air (OTA) upgrades, car manufacturers need to start thinking like IoT designers. There are lessons to be learned to make things go well.
4 Revolutionary Trends Driven by Industry 4.0
Kelly Brock  
5/17/2017   (1) comment
the early stages of a Digital Revolution poised to shake up supply chains with dramatic transformations fed by factors including robotics, artificial intelligence, biotechnology and nanotechnology. Here's where the biggest shifts will occur.
Displaying the Future: Display Tech Evolution Tells the Story
Marty Shindler  
5/17/2017   Post a comment
The evolution of display technology tracks the evolution of how we tell our stories. Here's a look at how that story is unfolding.
'Supercomputer-as-a-Service' Model is Born
R. Colin Johnson  
5/16/2017   (1) comment
SaaS got a new acronym as supercomputer-as-a-services when Cray partnered with cloud-computer provider Markley Group (Boston) to offer its Cray Urika-GX as a cloud service.
Consolidation Continues to Rewrite Chip Vendor Rankings
Dylan McGrath  
5/15/2017   (1) comment
The unprecedented wave of semiconductor industry consolidation skewed comparisons and continued to redraw the rankings of vendors by sales.
Innovation in Renewable Energy Greens Supply Chain
Ariella Brown  
5/15/2017   (1) comment
As large OEMs use more sustainable energy, the practice is trickling down to suppliers on the next tier as well.
SMIC Names Haijun Zhao CEO
Dylan McGrath  
5/12/2017   (4) comments
COO moves up the ranks as Tzu-Yin Chiu steps down. Chiu will remain vice chairman of SMIC's board of directors.
The Smart Machine Age: Humans Need Not Apply
Puga Sankara  
5/12/2017   (3) comments
The smart machine age is coming and in some ways is here. People are going to need to work in new ways--complimentary to machines--to remain relevant.
Discrimination at Work Erodes Employee Effectiveness
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
5/12/2017   (1) comment
Workplace discrimination can wreak havoc on a business. In the high-tech world where supply chain pros are hard to find, it's important to address this problem to retain the best employees.
IT Spend Paints a Rosy Picture for Business
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
5/11/2017   (1) comment
By the measure of IT spend, organizations are optimistic about the financial future of their organizations, a recent survey found.
Future Cars Face Terabyte Memory Load
Junko Yoshida  
5/10/2017   (1) comment
A consensus among experts in automotive and memory industries is this connected vehicle will require data storage of at least hundreds of gigabytes (GB) and probably a terabyte (TB).
Global Risk: Cyber Attacks, Natural Disasters, Supply Chain Failure Top the List
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
5/10/2017   (1) comment
The 2017 FM Global Resilience Index considers a dozen pressing risks to business performance in the 21st century including three new measures: cyber attack, natural hazards and supply chain failure.
Rev Up Supply Chain Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling
Harold Desjarlais  
5/10/2017   (1) comment
Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Here's how.
Automotive Growth Pushes Infineon Into Top 10
Sally Ward-Foxton  
5/9/2017   (1) comment
First SiC products received well by market.
Mexico in 2016: Top Industries Make the Move
Scott Stanley  
5/9/2017   (2) comments
The manufacturing industry has recognized the tremendous potential that offshoring to Mexico offers. Here's a look at why some made the move.
Marvell's New CTO Wants 'Culture of Innovation'
Rick Merritt  
5/8/2017   Post a comment
Neil Kim, the new CTO at troubled Marvell, spent an hour with EE Times at the end of his first week on the job, sharing his goals and views.
Anti-Corruption & KPIs: Measurement Furthers Maturing Programs
Leslie Benton  
5/8/2017   Post a comment
Ongoing use of key performance indicators (KPIs) and other metrics is critical to measuring whether anti-corruption compliance programs are being implemented effectively.
China Slump, Q'comm Suit Dog Apple
Rick Merritt  
5/5/2017   (1) comment
Apple nudged quarterly revenues up five percent in its latest quarter despite a 14 percent slide in sales to China and concerns about its Qualcomm suit.
Analyzing Consumer Preferences & Buying Behaviors
Monica Eaton-Cardone  
5/5/2017   (1) comment
Smart OEMs, and even their suppliers, are looking at how consumers are buying electronics products differently.
As Apple Jilts Imagination, MIPS Goes on Block
Junko Yoshida  
5/4/2017   (1) comment
Imagination Technologies that it had started a "dispute resolution procedure" with Apple, as their negotiations have stalled. Not coincidentally, the company revealed plans to sell two businesses. Going on the block are MIPS and Ensigma.
Tame the Supply Chain Complexity Beastie
Logical Link  
5/4/2017   (4) comments
The supply chain is inherently complex and customer demands add to the challenges. Organizations need to look at how to manage rather than perpetuate the complications.
3D Printing Opens New Doors for Electronics Prototyping & Manufacturing
Simon Fried  
5/4/2017   (1) comment
Although still in its infancy, additive manufacturing in electronics manufacture has seemingly limitless potential.
Samsung Could Pass Intel in Chip Sales
Dylan McGrath  
5/3/2017   Post a comment
Thanks to surging memory chip prices, South Korea's Samsung Electronics -could knock Intel - from its familiar perch atop the chip vendor sales leaders.
Self-Driving Car Development Crashes into Supply Shortages
B. Cameron Gain  
5/3/2017   (1) comment
As the self driving car market evolves, a short supply of lidar is causing bottlenecks in the development and production of autonomous driving systems.
Smart Packaging Creates a Whole New Market for Consumer Brands
Amanda Williams  
5/3/2017   (3) comments
What if your manufacturing partner did more than just manufacture, more than just design and more than just packaging? What if they could help you develop new markets, new services and help brands stay relevant in a fast-moving consumer market? That’s what is happening with packaging.
M’soft Gives Deeper Look into HoloLens
Rick Merritt  
5/2/2017   (1) comment
At the Embedded Vision Summit, a computer vision specialist from Microsoft offered a deep dive into challenges and opportunities of its HoloLens.
Europe’s GDPR Hits Global IoT Supply Chain
Pablo Valerio  
5/2/2017   (5) comments
GDPR, hailed by some as the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years, will affect all products and services that collect user data.
Surveys Say: C-levels Confidence among Mid-Market Manufacturers Looking Good
Mike McDonald  
5/2/2017   (1) comment
The ninth annual CFO Survey from Prime Advantage shows considerable optimism about the future on the part of mid-sized manufacturers.
Chip Sales Up 18% Through Q1
Dylan McGrath  
5/1/2017   Post a comment
Global semiconductor revenue continued to surge in March.
Finding Flash: A Look at Today’s Memory Shortage
Jim O'Reilly  
5/1/2017   (1) comment
SSD drive prices have risen between 10% and 20% and suppliers are extending lead-times to distributors out into the 20+ week range. Here's a look at the current state of the flash memory market.
Re-Thinking Supply Lines for Long-Overdue PCB Modernization
Thomas Smiley  
5/1/2017   (1) comment
By modernizing the supply chain, printed circuit board makers can improve efficiency, quickly adopt new technologies, and capture lower costs.
Bozotti to Remain CEO as ST Elevates Heir Apparent
Sally Ward-Foxton  
4/28/2017   (9) comments
European chip maker elevates heir apparent to deputy CEO.
Pressure & Expectations Rise at Work
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
4/28/2017   (1) comment
Burnout is real. Smart organizations need to think about how to better manage employee stress.
Baidu Battles Google in Robo-Car Derby
Junko Yoshida  
4/27/2017   (1) comment
Baidu's plan to "open up" its autonomous driving platform to others surprised many auto industry watchers. One analyst described it "a bit of a moon shot." But he thinks China is the right place to try this out.
7 Steps that Move Manufacturers to Industry 4.0
Gary Hilson  
4/27/2017   (1) comment
Every function and activity in manufacturing has data behind it that should be leveraged to improve processes across the organization that will help it achieve smart factory status.
It's Time for OEMs to Get Augmented!
Joanne Moretti  
4/27/2017   (1) comment
A few technologies are reaching a level of maturity that will likely change the way we work, the way we innovate, the way we make, and the way we run the factories and supply chains that we operate.
Solid State Batteries Aim to Top Li-ion
R. Colin Johnson  
4/26/2017   Post a comment
Self-powered chips, for up to a 10-year lifetime, or cell phones that recharge in 15 minutes are in the near future due to solid-state Li-Ion batteries from Ilika.
EBN@C-Level: Talking to Jamil Nizam about the Evolving Identity of Master Electronics
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
4/26/2017   Post a comment
After 50 years in business, electronics distributor Master Electronics has learned a few things about staying relevant. We sat down with president Jamil Nizam to learn the secret to their success.
5 Supply Chain Risk Pitfalls for Early-Stage Companies
Richard G. Weissman  
4/26/2017   (1) comment
Supply chain risk is around every corner, especially for a fledging small business.
Is Foxconn Ready for Cars?
Junko Yoshida  
4/25/2017   Post a comment
What makes Taiwan's foray into cars interesting is if and when Foxconn gets involved. We spotted several key technologies at AutoTronics show last week.
Talking to a Rising Supply Chain Star: Abhishek Dahiya, Dell
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
4/25/2017   (1) comment
We sat down with Abhishek Dahiya, global commodity management senior at Dell Technologies, to find out more about what this notable millennial thinks about the modern supply chain and the career potential of the field.
Faster, More Flexible, Cheaper: The New Electronics Manufacturing Mantra
Frank Cavallaro  
4/25/2017   (1) comment
Flexibility is key to business success, especially in manufacturing. These three pillars of operational flexibility can put an organization on the road to success.
Single-Pixel Camera Mimics Human Eye
R. Colin Johnson  
4/24/2017   Post a comment
A single-pixel camera is ultra-inexpensive requiring only a single scanning photocell the works smart by targeting details with higher-resolution and backgrounds with less.
25 Risk & Resiliency Champs Lead the Way in High Tech
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
4/24/2017   Post a comment
Resilinc's R Score aims to help electronics OEMs pick the most resilient suppliers available. This slideshow offers a peak at the leaders in the industry.
Automation & the Supply Chain Workforce: What’s the Real Challenge?
Jeff Burnstein  
4/24/2017   Post a comment
For supply chain executives who are looking to automation to improve productivity, drive profits, and grow their businesses, it can be hard to know what to believe—and how to prepare for the automation revolution.
NXP Sells Stake in China Foundry ASMC
Dylan McGrath  
4/21/2017   Post a comment
NXP Semiconductors NV said Wednesday (April 19) it sold its 27% remaining stake in Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp. Ltd. (ASMC), a chip foundry based in China.
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