New TE Sensor Solutions Catalog Available

TE categorizes its products into 18 sensor type sections. Each section is introduced with a brief description followed by simple product tables and specifications. Unique features, certifications and applications are also profiled, as well as comparisons of specifications and packaging where appropriate. The catalog also highlights the company’s sensor manufacturing and R&D facilities around the…

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Seagate Moves to Demand-Driven Supply Chain

Seagate Technology has reinvented itself several times since its founding in 1979. Seagate is now the largest disk drive manufacturer in the world with $8 billion in revenue. It was also one of many of the disk drive suppliers that were impacted by devastating floods in Thailand in 2011. Although not directly a result of…

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West Coast Port Headaches Revisited

Just six months after the last round of unrest, another strike affects Southern California ports.  Is your supply chain at risk? Photo courtesy: Jonathan Gilbert The new normal for LA-area ports? Once again, labor issues at Long Beach and Los Angeles are interrupting supply chains.  The strike, first announced on Monday October 26th , is…

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Roadmap to Trillion Sensors Forks

ORLANDO, Fla.—The Trillion Sensor Summit 2015 (here, Dec. 9-10) celebrated the dominance that sensors are enjoying in a world being flooded with sensor-studded smartphones and other smart devices—not just micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) sensors anymore—but a whole array of semiconductor sensors that have spun-off from MEMS. The Trillion Sensor (TSensor) Summit, founded by serial entrepreneur Janusz…

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