Molex Acquires Soligie

Flexible electronics—circuits that can be printed on substrates such as plastic—enable products such as the curved smartphones and TV screens that have been released in recent years. Molex Incorporated is now expanding its presence in the flexible electronics business through its acquisition of Soligie Inc., anounced today. Soligie specializes in printed and flexible electronic solutions for…

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ISA’s 60th Analysis Division Symposium Draws More than 300 Attendees

Research Triangle Park, NC– More than 300 process and analytical professionals, industry experts and vendors from across the world gathered in Galveston, Texas, USA 26-30 April to explore and discuss the latest advances in analytical processes, techniques and applications at the 2015 ISA Analysis Division Symposium. This long-running symposium, now in its 60th year, offered…

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Dot Hill Signs Deal With Arrow to Broaden Reach of Storage Solutions in Europe, Middle East, & Africa

Longmont, CO– Dot Hill Systems Corp. (Nasdaq:HILL), a trustedsupplier of innovative enterprise-class storage systems, today announced it has signed an agreement with Arrow Electronics, Inc. Arrow's OEM Computing Solutions business will utilize Dot Hill AssuredSAN® OEM storage systems within their OEM solutions throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), significantly expanding Dot Hill's reach to systems integrators that architect solutions to key vertical market customers. Arrow…

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Tapping into Wearables Demand for Business

There is much more to the wearables market than just activity trackers like Fitbit and smartwatches like Apple Watch or Pebble Watch for consumer use. A recent research report, “Putting Wearables to Work: Insights on Wearable Technology in Business,” from Salesforce indicates that wearables are a strategic platform for improving business performance and companies are…

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Amazon.com Gets High Marks — But Not For Components

Amazon.com’s announcement that it has established a b2b site which, among other supplies, will be selling components has been met with skepticism from a number of decision makers in the electronics supply chain. The main concerns cited by participants in a LinkedIn discussion moderated by ERAI are traceability of parts and the possibility of defects.…

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Newark element14 Launches TE Spring Fingers

Chicago, Ill. – Newark element14 has launched an expanded range of TE’s spring fingers, a single-contact, surface-mountable internal connector with a variety of uses on a printed circuit board. The range is being expanded to include a variety of styles, heights and materials to meet all customers’ needs. TE’s spring fingers are available with same day shipping,…

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