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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.

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Wireless Charging: Tomorrow’s Technology Is Here to Stay

Let’s take a look at the basics behind wireless technology, some recent trends in wireless technology and associated electronic parts, and immediate and long-term growth prospects, along with how this rapidly emerging technology will continue to impact electronic components procurement.

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Where to Buy Electronic Components Online

For professional buyers, purchasing electronic components online offers several benefits not available through traditional supply chain channels. But only if they engage with the world of e-commerce in a way that addresses their business.

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What the Global Semiconductor Supply Chain Could Look Like in 2030

The U.S.-China trade war, COVID-19, and the global chip shortage introduced major changes to the electronic components supply chain. The shifts brought about by recent events will create a very different semiconductor ecosystem by 2030.

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Why the Global Chip Shortage Will Continue Into 2022

Research firm Gartner, along with several top semiconductor industry executives, believe the global chip shortage will extend into 2022. However, the group also provided OEMs with three tips on how to endure the bottleneck.

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Semiconductor Demand Results in Production Capacity Shortage

Semiconductor production capacity has been stretched to its breaking point, in large part due to demand from the automotive industry. How will the industry respond to such volatility in production capacity and pricing?

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Walsin Technology Lead Times for 2021

Walsin Technology Corp. has updated its 2021 lead times for MLCCs and other components. For the latest information on Walsin Technology and its plans for the new on.

Microchip. The semiconductor industry is about to face a shortage in 2021 due to the automotive industry ramping up production. Check Sourcengine for pricing, availabilities and lead times.

Auto Industry Facing Semiconductor Shortage in 2021

Renewed production of automobiles has caused a shortage of semiconductors and other electronic components. How will the electronic components industry navigate this shortfall and rebuild in 2021?

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3 Ways Digitalization can Help Mitigate the Complexities of a Post-COVID-19 Supply Chain

As the coronavirus, hopefully, becomes a thing of the past, many manufacturers on both sides of the electronic components industry are looking to mitigate any further harm from the pandemic. Here are three ways digitalization may be the answer they seek.

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