The electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industries have technology solutions to limit counterfeiting practices within the supply chain, but they come at a high cost.Source: Shared Data Mitigates Supply Chain Cost of Electronics Counterfeiting... Read More
Rockwell Collins has become the first company to achieve Counterfeit Avoidance Accreditation Program (CAAP) accreditation for its supply-chain management procedures.Source: Rockwell Collins Combats Component Counterfeiting | Systems content from Microwave... Read More
Despite the best efforts of component makers, distributors and equipment manufacturers, counterfeit electronics still enter the supply chain. Counterfeiting has cost the semiconductor industry as much as $7.5 billion related to brand damage, product repla... Read More
With Easter rapidly approaching it is perhaps appropriate for us to engage in an egg hunt type of game. From time to time our legislators make us play find the prize by tucking important passages into bills that can run hundreds of pages. A case in point ... Read More
The electronics industry has experienced a huge rise in merger and acquisition activity over the past 18 months and this has in turn opened another door to counterfeit products coming onto the market. Here, Electronic Specifier Editor Joe Bush talks to As... Read More
A North Kingstown, RI, man involved in a scheme to sell remarked microprocessors to U.S. military contractors was sentenced earlier this month by U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea in Hartford, CT.Jeffery Warga, president and owner of Rhode Island-based ... Read More
Any business that exports products outside the U.S. has to comply with an alphabet soup of trade regulations. For high-tech companies, one of the main trade concerns is preventing leading-edge technology from falling into the wrong hands.
However, even co... Read More