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How to Manage Supply Chain Risks in Electronics Manufacturing 2024

Electronics manufacturing is a highly competitive and dynamic industry that relies on a complex and global supply chain of electronic components, materials, equipment, and services. However, the electronics supply chain is also exposed to various risks and uncertainties, such as demand fluctuations, supply disruptions, quality issues, price volatility, regulatory changes, geopolitical tensions, environmental impacts, and…

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Must Learn: How to Collaborate with Other Stakeholders in Semiconductor Development:

Semiconductor development is a complex and costly process that requires the collaboration of multiple stakeholders, such as semiconductor manufacturers, foundries, design houses, equipment suppliers, software developers, and end customers. These stakeholders have different roles, interests, capabilities, and expectations, which can create challenges and conflicts in the semiconductor development process. How can you collaborate effectively with…

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How to Source Semiconductors in a Global Shortage 2024: Tips and Tricks

Semiconductors are the building blocks of modern technology, powering everything from smartphones and laptops to cars and medical devices. However, the global demand for semiconductors has far outstripped the supply, leading to a severe shortage that has disrupted many industries and markets. According to McKinsey, the semiconductor supply gap could last until 2023 or beyond1.…

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DRex, Leading Overseas Component Distributor, at Semicon West 2023

Semicon West 2023, a 3-day event, was held in San Francisco, USA, from July 11th to 13th. This annual event attracts a large number of enterprises from home and abroad. DRex, as the world’s leading distributor of electronic components, its unwavering commitment to excellence was on full display as it engaged with global industry leaders…

The Future of Communication: Chatbots Powered by Semiconductors

Communication has always been at the forefront of human progress, shaping societies and fueling innovation. Today, we stand on the cusp of a groundbreaking revolution where chatbots, powered by semiconductors, are poised to transform the way we interact with technology and each other. This convergence of artificial intelligence and semiconductor technology promises to unlock unprecedented possibilities, empowering chatbots to understand, engage, and assist us like never before.

The Brain Behind the Machine: Transistors in CPU Architecture

Computers are amazing machines that can perform a variety of tasks, from browsing the web and playing games to analyzing data and controlling robots. But what makes computers so powerful and versatile? The answer lies in their brains: the central processing units (CPUs) that execute the instructions of computer programs and process the input and output data. And what makes CPUs so smart and fast? The answer lies in their building blocks: the transistors that regulate the flow of electricity and enable the representation and manipulation of binary data and logic operations.

How many transistors in a computer chip?

Have you ever wondered how many transistors are in a computer chip? And why does it matter? Transistors are the tiny switches that make up the logic circuits of a computer chip. They can be turned on or off individually, allowing them to store and process binary information. The more transistors a chip has, the more complex functions it can perform, the faster it can run, and the more energy-efficient it can be.

Accelerating AI Innovation with Semiconductor Technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the world as we know it. From big data analytics and military equipment to facial recognition software and self-driving cars, AI applications are everywhere, creating new possibilities and challenges for various industries and domains. But what makes AI possible in the first place? The answer lies in semiconductor technology, the…

From Silicon Valley to the Open Road: The Automotive Semiconductor Market

What are automotive semiconductors and why they are important for the future of mobility Semiconductors are materials that have a conductivity between conductors (generally metals) and non-conductors or insulators (such as ceramics). They can be used to create electronic devices that can control the flow of electricity, such as transistors, diodes, sensors, microprocessors, memory chips,…

Inside the World of Automotive Semiconductors

Imagine driving a car that can sense its surroundings, communicate with other vehicles, and make decisions on its own. A car that can park itself, avoid collisions and optimize fuel efficiency. A car that is not just a vehicle, but a smart and connected device. Sounds futuristic, right? Well, this is not science fiction. This…