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Digi-Key Corporation a leading on-line distributor of electronics...In addition to these and other components, Digi-Key will carry a variety of proven Exar subsystem solutions including product evaluation and development boards. "We are excited to be
Electronics & Components and Security Products shows opened today at Hong Kong's AsiaWorld-Expo. Together these co-located electronics shows offer visitors over 3,280 booths. This is a strong indication of the growing popularity of Global Sources'
Availability The Toshiba DF2B6.8 series Bidirectional ESD protection diodes are available now. Budgetary pricing begins at $0.05 , with volume discounts available. Toshiba's Discrete Products Since 1986, Toshiba Corp. has ranked as the top discrete
The market is valued at $76.4 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach $123 billion in 2015. BCC forecasts an extremely promising future for the usage of organic material in transparent electronics and that its market share will increase from about 3%
With over 3,250 booths, the upcoming fall shows are by far our biggest yet, almost doubling the size of our debut show in 2006," said Tommy Wong , President of Global Sources Exhibitions. "This is an overwhelming indication that global market demand
People's Republic of China currently engaged in electronic component sales, private label mobile phone manufacturing and sales, and electronic component supply chain management (SCM) services, today announced it has named Mr. Daniel Lui to the
Tyco Electronics Ltd. on Thursday posted a profit for the fiscal third quarter, reversing a year-ago loss, as a rebound in demand for electronic components propelled revenue by 23 percent. The Swiss-based company said demand grew
G and 4G wireless broadband data communications, and Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co., Ltd, one of the world's largest manufacturers of advanced electronics components, today announced the signing of a manufacturing agreement for broadband modules.
But do all the fancy electronics needed to squeeze 40 or 50 miles out of a gallon of gas mean we've compromised on safety? "Absolutely not," says Simon Washington, director of the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center at the University of