Press Releases

Printed circuit technology company Trackwise Designs has signed a three-year product manufacture and supply agreement with a UK manufacturer of electric vehicles, it announced on Friday, that has the potential to be worth up to £5m in 2021, and with the expectation of increased revenues in 2022 and 2023.

Read more: Trackwise shares rise on new deal worth up to £38m

Bandwidth is the most important aspect of an oscilloscope. To support design engineers in current and future design challenges, Rohde & Schwarz is introducing an attractive promotion for selected oscilloscope models: when purchasing an R&S RTO2000 or R&S RTP, now customers can upgrade the bandwidth with no extra costs.

Read more: Rohde & Schwarz offers bandwidth upgrades for selected oscilloscopes at no extra charge

“How do you keep up with new developments in microelectronics as devices become smaller and the space on a PCB becomes even more important?”

Read more: The Past, Present, & Future of Microelectronics & PCB Production by San Francisco Circuits

TT Electronics secures capability to provide extended custom power conversion solutions for aerospace and defence customers around the world with expanding technology roadmap and global footprint

Read more: TT Electronics Launches Expanded Custom Power Supply Portfolio in North America, UK and Europe

September 13, 2020 – Bowman CTO Jun Choi announces the appointment of Frank Giuliani as Quality Assurance Engineer.  

Read more: Bowman Expands Quality Assurance Team

Efficient supply chains are one of the wonders of the modern world, with an iPhone requiring components from suppliers in over 40 countries. Production volumes throughout the supply chain usually based on sales predictions. If demand remains as expected, this works well, with little waste. However, if consumer tastes or requirements suddenly change, if sales of a new product are a lot better or worse than expected, or if a particular part is needed unexpectedly in remote location or at very short notice, existing supply chains are a lot less efficient. Unused components pile up, new components cannot be supplied quickly enough to meet demand (potentially delaying an entire production run), costs rise, and ultimately the potential purchaser ends up being disappointed.

Read more: 3D Printed Electronics for Agile, On-Demand Manufacturing

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