Die and Wafer Banking Is Here to Stay. Is Your Supply Chain Ready?

By Logan Wamsley

According to a new report issued by MarketsandMarkets, the global thin wafer market is estimated to be valued at $10.8 billion by 2025, up from $7.6 billion in 2020 for a CAGR of 7.2%. Key to this remarkable trend is the rapidly increasing consumer demand for miniaturized electronic devices in a variety of industries ranging…

Four Reasons Why OEMs Need Guaranteed Business Continuity

By Logan Wamsley

No two electronic component or semiconductor types are exactly alike, and as a result, no two types will have identical storage needs. For some components, simple, secure, climate-controlled storage will suffice to meet long-term production schedules, while other pieces of inventory, such as raw die and wafer necessary for the assembly of ASICs, require the…

Before the Second Wave of COVID-19, Consider Die and Wafer Banking

By Logan Wamsley

As businesses continue to reopen and supply chains begin to gradually return to a degree of normalcy, experts have already turned their attention toward the future and where the next great disruption could come from. According to some, this disruption could come sooner than expected in the form of a second wave of the COVID-19…

Partstat Last Time Buy Solution FAQ

By Logan Wamsley

There is little doubt that our Last Time Buy Solution is one-of-a-kind in the electronics manufacturing industry, and as a result of this, we receive a lot of questions regarding how it works exactly. What is it? What makes it unique? What limitations does it have? To help alleviate these concerns, we have compiled a…