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Robust Semiconductor Market Continues

PUBLISHED

March 17, 2022

Author

Jeff Ittel

Robust Semiconductor Market Continues

A few months into 2022 and we are still experiencing a very robust market for semiconductors. Additionally, the continued supply chain and logistics issues make us feel like we are running in place at times. Will things ever get back to “normal”? Personally, I don’t think so, at least not .

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Supply Chain Outlook For 2022

PUBLISHED

February 1, 2022

Author

Bill Bradford

Supply Chain Outlook For 2022

Happy New Year! 2022 promises to be another exciting year for the chip industry. Supply chain challenges persist, with no relief in sight yet. Many are predicting ongoing shortages throughout the year which will not be resolved until 2023. This all means continued long lead times, more allocation, and more .

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State of the Semiconductor Industry—Q4 V1

PUBLISHED

October 28, 2021

Author

Bill Bradford

Semiconductor Supply Chain Issues Persist

State of the Semiconductor Industry—Q4 Long lead times for semiconductor components show no signs of easing, as many manufacturers of the computer chips report that they are sold out through 2022. Unlike some cycles in the past that were driven primarily by one end market, the applications for semiconductors today .

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Quote from Jason Murphy Flip Electronics CEO

PUBLISHED

June 23, 2021

Author

Jason Murphy

In Challenging Times – Trust Flip

We are experiencing challenging times due to the supply-driven issues in our industry for new products and even more so for obsolete components. In times like these, Flip is at its best. We stock obsolete and EOL components of the industry’s best brands. We are an authorized ECIA member, and .

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Semiconductor Outlook 1

PUBLISHED

April 12, 2021

Author

Jason Murphy

Semiconductor Outlook for Q2-2021

As we begin the second quarter of 2021, many positive signs are just starting to return. Our world is slowly beginning to open up. However, there are many cautions still in place. With all of this going on, the semiconductor industry has become very robust, with a wide range of .

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Flip Recognized Among 10 Best Electronics Manufacturing Service Companies of 2021

PUBLISHED

March 22, 2021

Author

Flip Electronics

Flip Recognized Among 10 Best Electronics Manufacturing Service Companies of 2021

Flip Electronics was recently recognized by Manufacturing Technology Insights magazine as one of the 10 best electronics manufacturing service companies of 2021. We are honored to receive such recognition and would like to thank both our customers and our suppliers. Our EVP, Jeff Ittel, is featured in the magazine, where .

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Presenting Flip's Value Propositions Amid a Global Pandemic and Heavy Allocation

PUBLISHED

March 17, 2021

Author

Kris Krohn

Presenting Flip’s Value Propositions Amid a Global Pandemic and Heavy Allocation

The year 2020 was an unprecedented year for us all. In March of 2020, the United States economy would all but shut down. COVID-19 restrictions impacted us all personally and professionally. The “new normal” included restrictions on all social gatherings and in-person events. The immediate impact on our business was .

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Semiconductor market continues to tighten featured image

PUBLISHED

February 3, 2021

Author

Bill Bradford

Semiconductor Market Continues to Tighten

The post-COVID resurgence of electronic end markets has caused increasing computer chip shortages over the past several months. Many are predicting that things will get worse before they get better, with the difficulties potentially lasting through 2022. After the automotive industry effectively shut down in the second quarter of 2020, .

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Bill Bradford - President of Flip Electronics

PUBLISHED

November 13, 2020

Author

Flip Electronics

Obsolescence Exacerbates Counterfeit Risk

This article was recently published in the November 2020 edition of Electronic Sourcing Magazine. You will find it on page 16 and continues on page 18 of the November edition. Please read below. Moore’s Law is driven by semiconductor companies racing to pack smaller, faster circuits into silicon wafers to .

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Pandemic Effects

PUBLISHED

May 27, 2020

Author

Bill Bradford

Pandemic Effects & Risks on Semiconductor Supply Chain

COVID-19 has obviously disrupted just about everyone and everything on the planet. It has certainly impacted the semiconductor supply chain, in multiple ways. Supply of components has been interrupted by forced work stoppages at various points along the complex sprawl of foundries, assembly & test facilities, and transportation companies. All .

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