You would be hard-pressed to find a more knowledgeable and experienced group than that of Gary Ferrari, Gene Weiner, and Happy Holden. In a brief interview with Barry Matties, these three industry icons consider the past, present, and future state of electronics manufacturing while also offering advice to the newest generation of manufacturers.
While the United States may be the world’s most open market, China remains the most competitive, and is still viewed by most U.S. and EU companies as the "last great opportunity for growth.” Many companies want to gain entry to the Chinese market share for their products or services. Thus, the competition for sales of products or services is correspondingly intense. Here's how to succeed in the world's second largest economy.
The world and business have changed, and so has the way we lead. It is no longer enough to assume the role of leadership as just being in charge and telling people what to do....
Shipments for the PCB industry during the Q2 and the beginning of Q3 came in at double-digit growth, and revenue for August increased by more than 13% compared to the same month last year. Manufacturers throughout the mobile device...
It happens when you least expect it. You think you have all the process controls in place to prevent issues after etching, but either copper remains where there should be none or photoresist remains on the copper....
Emerging Medical Technologies: What to Watch For, A Compilation by I-Connect Editorial Staff
FDA Approval: A Vital Step in Medical Manufacturing, by Nolan Johnson
Flex Talk: FlexFactor: Imagination and Innovation, by Tara Dunn
The PCB Norseman: PCB Standards for Medical Device Applications: A Hard Nut to Crack!, by Jan Pedersen
The Right Approach: Star Trek Inspires Medical Technology: An Update, by Steve Williams