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The Electric Vehicle Revolution

The future is electric. Our vehicles will soon be less reliant on fossil fuels in response to the world’s need to lessen its carbon footprint. Global warming is knocking on our very doors, and this is one response to it. Many countries pledged to help alleviate the carbon load across several industries during COP26, a UN climate summit held in 2021, by gradually phasing down coal and fossil fuel subsidies and other global climate issues such as deforestation and cutting methane emissions. Several countries, cities, governments, and automotive companies have agreed to have zero emission on all new cars and…

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Engineered for medical

Specifically designed for MRI systems, ODU has introduced semi-automated soldering for micro-coax, RG178 and RG316 contacts—replacing crimping and providing improved…

Investing in custom enclosures

Metcase has invested a six-figure sum in three new CNC punching, forming and milling machines for creating the next generation…

When will the shortage market end?

In this article, NewPower Worldwide explores the underlying problems causing the semiconductor shortage and estimates the market will remain constrained…

Engineered for power

Lemo has expanded its field-proven M series portfolio with new configurations for high power requirements. The new connectors combine robust,…

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Smart-home: it’s a matter of time

Using his own experience planning and integrating a Smart-home, John Denslinger, is looking forward to new device compatibility technology due in 2022. Forty years in the electronics industry and still…

Quest for sustainable electronics

As consumers escalate environmental, social and governance expectations for publicly traded companies, John Denslinger argues there is only one downside: failure to act. ESG, carbon neutral, zero emissions, e-waste, sustainability…

Forecast and procurement’s 2022 Bucket List

John Denslinger future gazes into 2022 and prepares a Bucket List for procurement professionals to help them handle the wave of demand about to reach shore. From a business perspective,…

Unsnarling America’s supply lines

In this article, John Denslinger investigates the scope of work required to unsnarl America’s supply lines, covering causal, flow and macro-economic factors. After years of stellar operational performance applying lean…

Distributors see rising sales from auto industry

The auto industry is facing continuing chip shortages and many tier 1-4 automotive suppliers are turning to distributors for parts and services. Distributors report that sales to tier 1-4 automotive…

DRAM price increases will ease

There should be ample supply of DRAM through the rest of the year as memory IC manufacturers continue to increase capacity. Memory IC buyers can expect a 2-5 per cent…

NAND flash memory market soars as demand rises

NAND flash revenue will break an all-time record this year. Despite an expected 1 per cent decline in average selling prices, the global NAND flash memory market will post strong…