Following COVID-19, It’s Time for OEMs to Consider Change

By Logan Wamsley

The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdown in both the personal and business spheres has had a catastrophic effect on the world economy. However, despite the obvious struggles, many organizations have taken the opportunity to re-evaluate their processes and protocols and prepare themselves not just for the next pandemic or similar incident, but for 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…

Post COVID-19, OEMs Should Revisit the Value of Die and Wafer Banking

By Logan Wamsley

Many states including Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina are already taking measures to re-open their economies, and while the COVID-19 pandemic remains as relevant as ever before, it is only a matter of time before organizations (with the help of strict social-distancing measures) attempt a relative return to normalcy. This does not mean, however, that…

COVID 19 Strains Contract Manufacturers: What’s the Solution?

By Logan Wamsley

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the electronics manufacturing industry has not yet been fully revealed, but as the days continue to pass, we better understand just how broad the implications are. All aspects of the supply chain are experiencing strain, and the time has come where cost-saving solutions have not just become desirable,…