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Electronic Component Market News - January 2024 Update

Updates on supply chain shortages, excess inventory challenges, lead time updates, and more can be found here.

The Semiconductor Market Outlook for 2024 - Shortage? Excess? Or Stabilization?

The electronic components industry has experienced a shortage and glut in quick succession, what is in store for 2024? Let's find out.

Selling Your Electronic Excess in 2024

A rebound is coming for the electronic components market, but excess inventory will remain a challenge through the first half of 2024. Now is the best time to clear excess electronic components from your warehouse.

Semiconductor Industry News - December 2023 Update

Updates on the semiconductor industry

Important Sourcengine Updates in 2023

2023 has come to an end. As we finish off the year with holiday cheer and dazzling fireworks, let's review all the important changes that came to Sourcengine in 2023.

Artificial Intelligence Will Fuel 2024 Technology Trends

2024 will be another year for artificial intelligence, with new developments coming to IoT and sustainable technology.

Leading IoT Sensor Manufacturers in 2024: Market Trends News, Analysis & More

The global IoT sensor market is forecasted to reach $141.80 billion by 2030 from $12.37 billion in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 28.1% from 2021 to 2030.. What are the leading manufacturers doing? Let's dive in.

The Evolution of 5G and the Upcoming Utilization of 6G

Has 5G technology delivered on its promises or will upcoming sixth generation cellular tech have to step up to the plate? Let's find out.

Q4 2023 Electronic Component Lead Time Report Highlights 

Sourcengine's overview of lead time and price trends in the electronic components market for Q4 2023.

Listening Vehicles: The Development of Acoustic Sensors in Vehicles

Hearing cars? Acoustic sensors are being implemented in vehicles to increase the safety advanced driver assistance systems provide, let's take a closer look at the inventory and price trends for these critical components.