Consumer Electronics

Chip Shortage Costs $ 210 Billion – Double Early Estimates | Business

DETROIT – The global semiconductor shortage will cost $ 210 billion in lost revenue this year, estimates AlixPartners LLP, up 91% from the company’s $ 110 billion forecast in May. In addition, the global consultancy firm based in the Detroit metro area now expects the industry to lose production of …

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Chip Shortage Costs $ 210 Billion – Double Initial Estimates, Consultant Says | New

The global semiconductor shortage will cost $ 210 billion in lost revenue this year, estimates AlixPartners LLP, up 91% from the company’s $ 110 billion forecast in May. In addition, the global consultancy firm based in the Detroit metro area now expects the industry to lose production of 7.7 million …

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PulseChip ™ Ethernet Transformers

San Diego, September 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Pulse Electronics, a global leader in Ethernet Magnetics for the LAN interface, has released its PulseChipTM 1Gigabit, 2.5Gigabit, 5Gigabit, and 10Gigabit single transformers to support the standard and Power over Ethernet (PoE) for commercial and industrial environments at rated temperature. These new …

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Electronics industry facing labor shortage and rising component costs

The great shortage of chips isn’t the only thing holding back the production of consumer electronics. Manufacturers around the world are also struggling to hire enough workers, according to a new survey. The findings come from a business group called IPC, which this month surveyed hundreds of companies around the …

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Global polypropylene market to reach $ 165.6 billion in revenue by 2030, according to P&S Intelligence

NEW YORK, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The value of the global polypropylene market, which has been $ 94.3 billion in 2020, will reach $ 165.6 billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 5.7%. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the polypropylene market was hit hard as the closure of …

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Consumer electronics and tech expert reveals information stored in Android phone

Ask Dave Taylor, a YouTube channel with consumer electronics and electronics reviews that also has a Q&A tutorial website that provides online help and customer technical support, recently responded. to whether an Android phone stores credit card information. Android devices store a lot of personal information including credit card information …

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APIs prove their value in expanding overseas

Thanks to ever better digital services and the siren song of new customers in foreign markets, companies still face cross-border payment problems, for which remedies now exist. PYMNTS ‘report “The New Instant Enterprise: How Borderless Financial Services Power eCommerce Innovation,” a USEND collaboration, explores how businesses and SMEs benefit from …

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Ark Electronics announces strategic partnership with Pelion

IRVINE, Calif., September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Electronic Arch has entered into a strategic partnership with Pelion. The collaboration will accelerate innovation in IoT connectivity, simplifying the deployment of connected devices around the world. This partnership combines Pelion’s wireless connectivity and device management platform services with Ark Electronics’ …

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A 2021-2025 Global and Chinese Market Assessment with Hua Hong, StarPower, CR Micro and More

DUBLIN, September 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global and Power of China Discrete (IGBT + MOSFET) Market Analysis Report, 2021-2025 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets logo In 2020, the global discrete power devices market value was $ 26 billion, which has grown steadily over …

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Will most electronic consumer goods turn into medical devices after MDR?

In her latest blog, Hanover Brussels, Aleksandra Lugovic explores concerns over the growing coexistence of health applications and electronic products that may become medical devices under EU regulation. Pending more concise guidance from the European Commission, it is left to our own interpretation how far the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) …

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