Arizona State University will be working with higher education institutions in Mexico, along with microelectronics industry partners, to boost the production of semiconductors in North America and address a crucial national security issue. Recently, ASU President Michael Crow signed a memorandum of understanding with Esteban Moctezuma Barragán, the Mexican ambassador to the U.S., to seal the partnership.
Following several years of supply chain disruption and uncertainty, engineers are strengthening their reliance on strategic relationships with partners, such as distributors, as they seek to mitigate the complexities of the global components market. The second annual Avnet Insights survey, which keeps a pulse on trends and market forces amid the electronics and components industry, found that engineers and product designers are seeking opportunities to capitalize on the power of partnership to get products to market.
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In a message he has been repeating all year, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger emphasized the importance of the domestic semiconductor industry to a crowd of lawmakers and business leaders in Oregon at a crucial time for the company. Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), which is based in Santa Clara, California, has 21,000 employees in Oregon, which is the company’s largest employee concentration and home to the chipmaker’s manufacturing R&D and leading edge manufacturing facility — in the industry called fabs.
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Benchmark partners with all types of space technology companies, from bold new startups to industry mainstays like NASA-JPL, to provide miniaturization solutions for challenging space applications.
Though Marti McCurdy became the owner and CEO of Spirit Electronics less than two years ago, she is by no means an industry rookie. Spirit Electronics is, in fact, the fourth company she’s owned since her engineering post in the United States Air Force.