Three men associated with an American clothing company are accused of conspiring to substitute $20 million worth of military clothing and other gear with foreign made counterfeits. The American company certified that its goods met military standards and charged the going price.
About 15,000 counterfeit electronic products worth more than €300,000 have been seized by gardaí. Earphones, controllers, USB plugs and chargers were found during a search in Dublin. Gardaí searched a house in Dublin 3 and a business in Oak Close in Dublin 12 on Wednesday as part of Operation Bannister.
As the United States and China find themselves locked in a battle for technological superiority, Israel’s semiconductor industry could become the next “chip” on Washington’s shoulder.
It’s almost impossible to think about the future of the global semiconductor chip industry without considering the role of China. The Asian country is both a major consumer and developer of semiconductor technology. Various research firms confirm that China consumes more than 50 percent of all semiconductor products, both for internal use and eventual export.
As the U.S. grapples with who will take the helm of the U.S. presidency, electronics manufacturers around the country are grappling with which policies and ideas would promote growth and innovation in the sector. Many agree that a push for “made in America” policies and incentives might be useful.
The IC industry is clearing its path forward by relying on what was once one of its most mundane tools: packaging. There are several relatively new approaches to IC packaging, and they can all help significantly boost IC-level performance.
The electronics supply chain faces more challenges than usual, so companies are reassessing all aspects of their business to maintain resilience. Supply chain partners can reduce these difficulties through strategic planning.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. announced Tuesday before the market open a deal to acquire programmable chipmaker Xilinx, Inc., confirming ongoing M&A speculation surrounding the companies.
(Bloomberg) -- On a scorching hot day in late August, representatives of Taiwan’s government and industry crowded into the clinical cool of a state-of-the-art semiconductor facility for a symbolic moment in the global tech conflict.
Do you ever wonder, what happens to your discarded TV, laptop, mobile phone and where these electronic devices go and how these devices pose a threat to human and environmental health?