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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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Semiconductor industry kicks off 2022 with COVID production disruptions and rising chip prices

The semiconductor industry has started 2022 by facing new COVID-related manufacturing disruptions and component price increases. But this year also looks to be the start of the sector's recovery phase.

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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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Chinese semiconductor production fell in October due global chip shortage

In October, Chinese component output dropped by several hundred million units, likely due to the impact of the global chip shortage. However, local leaders and manufacturers are working on expanding regional production capacity significantly.

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Sourcengine hosts high-quality connectors from industry-leading manufacturers

Sourcengine currently lists a range of high-quality connectors made by world-class vendors such as Molex, TE Connectivity, Hirose Electric Co., Ltd., and J.S.T. Mfg. Co., Ltd. that are available with immediate global delivery.

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Worsening ABF substrate shortfall could extend global chip shortage beyond 2023

ABF substrate, a critical semiconductor raw material, is in increasingly short supply, negatively impacting multiple leading chipmakers. The scarcity of the resource could extend the global chip shortage.

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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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Malaysia’s rising COVID-19 cases disrupt global electronic components supply chain

Since June, Malaysia has enacted nationwide lockdowns to mitigate the impact of a spike in domestic COVID-19 infections. Consequently, the country’s chipmakers have had to curb their output, which has caused problems for some of the world’s leading automakers.

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Could the global chip shortage precipitate a widespread inventory glut?

Manufactures across the world have increased their parts orders in the wake of the global chip shortage. Is that stockpiling trend creating a new semiconductor inventory glut?

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