obsolescence

4 Apr 2018 No Comments

The Ideal BOM Monitoring Solution Must Offer These 3 Things

When an OEM or EMS provider decides to adopt a BOM monitoring service into their supply chain, what do they expect to receive? And once it has been received, does […]
2 Apr 2018 No Comments

Understanding the True Definition of Obsolescence Management

It is widely understood that “obsolescence” as it relates to the manufacturing industry is defined as the transition of electronic components toward end-of-life. There are many reasons this could occur […]
28 Mar 2018 No Comments

Allocation: The Forgotten Supply Chain Disruptor

OEMs across the world are gradually coming to understand the importance of staying ahead of obsolescence in the acquisition of critical electronic components – and the consequences of not accounting […]
27 Mar 2018 No Comments

Medical Devices vs. Consumer Electronics: Why Are Their Life Cycles so Different?

Trends in today’s manufacturing industry have long indicated that product life cycles are lengthening against the electronic components required to assemble them, but nowhere is this conflict more pronounced than […]
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 […]
20 Mar 2018 1 Comment

GE Audit Approves EDX for Holding Last Time Buy Inventory

With their reputation as of one of the world’s premier tech innovators to uphold, GE holds its supply chain partners to the same level of accountability it holds itself to. […]