die and wafer banking

12 Apr 2018 No Comments

The Price OEMs Pay for IP Protection

The creation, marketing, and ultimately selling of a successful OEM product typically comes down to three simple factors: • Value: How much value does the product offer the consumer for […]
10 Apr 2018 No Comments

Fire: The Oldest and Deadliest Risk to Supply Chain Business Continuity

The idea of a raging fire consuming large portions of what we hold dear is one of the oldest threats mankind has faced — and while multiple millennia’s worth of […]
5 Apr 2018 No Comments

Navigating the New Auto Industry Supply Chain

Since the early 1900s when Henry Ford pioneered the original assembly line, the evolution of the supply chain has been tightly linked to the auto industry — and ever since […]
22 Mar 2018 No Comments

GE Capitalizes on EDX’s ASIC Storage Capabilities in Last Time Buy

In their search for a supply chain partner capable of storing, handling, and fulfilling ASICs for use in life-saving healthcare products, GE found exactly what they needed at EDX Supply […]
21 Mar 2018 No Comments

Why OEMs Are Struggling to Store Critical Electronic Components

When it comes to storing electronic components, it’s not a matter of if an OEM needs to find a solution for it, but when — and at what cost. Virtually […]
7 Mar 2018 No Comments

Choosing a Die and Wafer Banking Partner? Pay Attention to Recovery Times

As the use of ASICs in product designs continues to grow – and die and wafer banking becomes more prominent in OEM obsolescence management strategies – it is important for […]