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Many premier electronics brands rely on this global manufacturer -- with its 37,000 employees and 60+ plants across 4 continents -- to ensure that their products meet applicable quality standards and customer expectations. Its employees access standards data from their desktops 6,600 times per year, saving time and boosting efficiency.Learn more about our client’s successes
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
This provider of location-based technologies ensures compliance with complex EHS regulations as well as avoiding disruptions to its supply chain. Managers instantly find data on thousands of parts each quarter versus manually looking up each one, reducing delivery time of RoHS and REACH documentation from weeks to under 2 days – an 86% increase in efficiency.Learn More About Our Customers Success
As a leader in electronic manufacturing services, this U.S.-based company achieved strong ROI by enabling one staffer to do the work of five employees, streamlined work processes across six departments, reduced turnaround on RFP deliverables from as much as two weeks to 72 hours and enabled customers to plan for product end-of-life issues.Learn More About Our Customers Success
Every year hundreds of Maker Faires take place around the world—San Francisco, New York, China, Germany, France, and countless other locations. Families, enthusiasts, hobbyists and DIYers gather in the spirit of creativity to celebrate the Maker Movement. The fairs, which range from mini-event
MIT researchers have devised a new system to defend against online identity theft using the security machinery of Bitcoin. The new system has implications that go beyond Bitcoin. It can be used to secure other types of systems. ------- Editor's Note: This news brief was brought to you by the Dat
In 1914, K. S. Johnson introduced the concept of Q factor. The length of time a signal can be stored in a resonator is inversely proportional to the bandwidth. A high Q resonator can store narrow band energy for a long period of time, a low Q resonator has a larger bandwidth but can store energy for