OEM business continuity

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 […]
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 […]
6 Mar 2018 4 Comments

Does Your Obsolescence Management Strategy Require a Vault?

One doesn’t have to try hard to recall the earthquake and tsunami disaster that befell the coast of Tohoku on March 11th, 2011. In addition to the 15,894 confirmed people […]
27 Feb 2018 No Comments

Addressing Two Primary Concerns Associated with Die and Wafer Banking

When making the decision to implement ASICs into their product designs, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) often look at the benefits ASICs can offer their supply chain. Tighter obsolescence management procedures, […]
22 Feb 2018 No Comments

Choosing the Right BOM Monitoring Tool for Obsolescence Management

Historically, BOM Monitoring services have been used to help original equipment manufacturers, or OEMs, react to obsolescence in electronic components when it occurs. Upon confirmation of a critical component’s or […]