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In contract renewal talks with OEMs, this global telecommunications company needed an edge so they used fact-based tools to measure product feature cost versus perceived customer value as well as detailed benchmarking of device features and actual OEM costs in order to strengthen its sourcing model.Learn more about our client’s successes
In this video, Brandt Fifer, Director of Electronics & Media for IHS Technology, discusses how a telecommunication carrier leveraged IHS cost modeling and teardown services to go beyond the saturated smartphone market and become a player in the connected car and home segments. With greater insights into manufacturing costs, the carrier increased profitability by negotiating better terms with OEMS.View Video
One of the world’s premier semiconductor companies increased the number of cross references in its parts database from 100,000 to nearly 2 million. In doing so, the company boosted results of its parts with the lowest searches by 52 percent and helped its customers find alternatives for obsolete parts so they can avoid the need to redesign products.Learn More About Our Customers Success
Cobalt is on the top of Canadian financier Wayne Tisdale’s list of new business opportunities. He has a talent for sensing shortages and creating a business to take advantage of them. This could put the U.S. on the cobalt map when the world is low on its cobalt supply. ------- Editor's Not
I have encountered a question which is kind of different and strange to me,it says, Find the equations of the planes through (2,-1,3) and contains (x-2)/3 = (y-1)/2 = (1-z)/4 and -x/2 =3-y = (z-3)/2 Now,what is confusing me is those two equations,I really don't know where to start.I need help her
Dear Members, Is there any thumb rule for the calculation of water holding capacity of a water tube AFBC boiler of 40TPH