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How Enterprise Marketplaces Can Help OEMs Defeat Their Sourcing Problems

Given the unprecedented instability of the current semiconductor industry, OEMs, CMs, and EMS providers need new solutions to overcome their procurement challenges. Sourcengine, an electronic components-centric enterprise marketplace, can help.

The inflation trend is making electronic components more expensive and less accessible. But there are ways manufacturers can mitigate its impact.

How Rising Inflation is Disrupting the Electronics Components Supply Chain

The worldwide inflation trend is causing problems in the electronic components supply chain by making parts more expensive and harder to procure. But mitigation methods exist to help OEMs, CMs, and EMS providers overcome the new challenge.

Nexperia’s new NextPower 100V and 80V MOSFETs do not offer marginal improvements over the previous generation; they set a new standard of excellence.

Nexperia’s NextPower MOSFETs offer best-in-class reliability and performance

Nexperia’s new NextPower 100V and 80V MOSFETs do not offer marginal improvements over the previous generation; they set a new standard of excellence.

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3 Ways to Source Hard to Find Electronic Components

Professional buyers can use these three methods to source hard-to-find electronic components even amid challenges like the global chip shortage.

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SE Winter Games Blog: How Digitalization is Helping Electronics Manufacturers Overcome COVID-19 Disruptions

For electronics manufacturers, the coronavirus pandemic has been marked by unprecedented shipment delays, stockouts, and shortages. But digitalization has helped companies overcome the limitations of the components supply chain.

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Bosch investing $451M to expand capacity amid chip shortage

Bosch revealed it would spend €400 million ($451 million) to expand its semiconductor manufacturing resources in three locations. The conglomerate is committed to producing silicon carbide (SiC) components at volume, which has big implications for the auto industry.

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2022 Industry Insights: Predictions for the Global Semiconductor Sector

Sourcengine’s 2022 semiconductor industry predictions include component availability and pricing forecasts for the new year. It also features an examination of one of the biggest risks facing manufacturers in the post-coronavirus pandemic components supply chain.

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Sourcengine can ship robust, high-performance microprocessors worldwide

Sourcengine has the microprocessors electronics manufacturers need in stock and available for shipment around the globe thanks to its many supplier relationships and global logistics network.

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Sourcengine hosts many high-quality capacitors from KEMET and Cornell Dubilier

Sourcengine is now hosting a wide selection of high-quality capacitors from KEMET and Cornell Dubilier. These high-performance passives are available for immediate delivery to help manufacturers overcome their global chip shortage-related challenges.

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SMIC to establish $8.87 billion chip factory in Shanghai

Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) announced it would spend $8.87 billion establishing a new 12-inch fab in Shanghai. It is also expanding the production capabilities of its other Chinese fabrication sites.

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