Atmel Hooks a Big One

{complink 520|Atmel Corp.} recently struck a deal to provide touch screens for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1, placing the company in a positive position to move into other consumer electronics sectors also adopting the technology, such as cameras, cars, printers, and netbooks, according to analysts. Increased success means added attention, but for Atmel, it translates immediately…

Rise in E-Purchasing Apps Offers Buyers New Tools & Challenges

The electronic purchasing software market will grow 12 percent in 2011 to $4.4 billion with e-procurement and e-sourcing remaining the two largest product categories, according to a {complink 7329|Forrester Research Inc.} report. The study, which highlights opportunities, suggests increased activity for new companies entering the market to support the high-tech industry. Makers of enterprise resource…

The Age of Innovation

As long as consumers continue to crave electronics and designers continue to dream big, high-tech companies will have their hands full as innovation keeps accelerating at a startling pace. What was considered futuristic a decade ago is fast becoming standard. In the automotive world, self-parking technology is no longer seen as anything other than ordinary,…

The Supply Chain & Online Ad Industry

Supply chain executives and entrepreneurs looking to help a thriving market segment on the brink of transformation might want to look to the online advertising industry. The industry has begun to put in place metrics that make sense of measurements. In fact, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), and the…