• Now’s the Time for Electronics OEMs to Shape Their Futures

    Now’s the Time for Electronics OEMs to Shape Their Futures

    In view of the COVID-19 disruption and anticipated aftermath in the embedded electronics industry, computer board OEMs face an existential challenge right now: How do they best allocate their resources to satisfy the competing objectives of 1) sustaining existing designs while simultaneously 2) inspiring and capturing the market for new designs? If OEMs spend too […]

  • True Cost – An Introduction to Lifecycle Optimization

    True Cost – An Introduction to Lifecycle Optimization

    For embedded board OEMs, Lifecycle Optimization and your electronics product portfolio are an important part of profit and loss considerations when determining your business objectives. Aging products’ impact on ROI is regularly overlooked. Component obsolescence, manufacturing bottlenecks and increasing demands on operational resources create gaps that drag down new product introduction and can considerably slow […]

  • Don’t Let Your Old Designs Drag You Down

    Don’t Let Your Old Designs Drag You Down

    Business leaders don’t like process exceptions, because they’re inefficient and require a lot of special intervention to resolve. They also don’t like to discontinue old product designs that still have a few customers, because these orders help them make their sales targets and avoid customer issues. That makes sense, right? Maybe not as much sense […]

  • 5 Common Miscalculations OEMs Make That Impede Effective Proactive Obsolescence  Management

    5 Common Miscalculations OEMs Make That Impede Effective Proactive Obsolescence Management

    …and What You Can Do Embedded and Application OEMs both face issues with their customers when product life cycles are longer than originally anticipated. Thinking critically about servicing systems past component EOL notices is vital for effective forecasting and maintenance, not only for end users but for manufacturers as well. Paying attention to the following […]

  • Why Repeated LTBs Fail and Legacy Assurance Succeeds

    Why Repeated LTBs Fail and Legacy Assurance Succeeds

    Albert Einstein said, “Problems cannot be solved with the same thinking that created them,” and we agree. The speed with which technology is advancing causes new issues in system sustainability; problems that up until now, provide chronic headaches for most engineers and companies. For instance, note the vast differences between the processes of building embedded […]

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