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Microsoft Open Sources MS-DOS 4.0 for Public Use

Remember the days of Microsoft DOS? Well, if DOS is something that you loved (or still love), you can now view all the original source code thanks to Microsoft finally releasing the source code of DOS to the public. How was Microsoft DOS significant in the co...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 24-05-2024

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang: Every Company Will Be an ‘Intelligence Manufacturer’

AI heralds a new era of innovation for every business in every industry, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang said Monday during an appearance at Dell Technologies World. “We now have the ability to manufacture intelligence,” Huang said during an on-stage conv...

In The News | By Jack Pollard | 24-05-2024

Apple and TSMC Developing AI Chips for Data Centers

No matter where you look, AI seems to be taking over everything. While many are content with services provided by companies such as OpenAI and Nvidia, there are those in the tech industry who detest this reliance. Now, Apple is looking to develop its own AI s...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 23-05-2024

Choosing the Right Industrial Connectors: Key Tips & Attributes

When choosing the right connector for industrial applications, reliability, durability, and optimal performance are paramount. IBS Electronics, a global distributor of electronic components, is committed to providing high-quality connectors for demanding envir...

Educational | By IBS Electronics | 23-05-2024

Will China's Influence in the Global Semiconductor Market Continue to Grow?

In early 2024, China's General Administration of Customs reported a 23.5% increase in integrated circuit (IC) imports and exports. This surge highlights China's strategic position in the global semiconductor industry. As the world's largest and fastest-growing...

Buyer News | By IBS Electronics | 23-05-2024

Navigating NIS2: The Significance of Cybersecurity in OT Networks

Industrial computing devices and embedded systems are becoming increasingly interconnected as part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 initiatives. This connectivity brings numerous benefits, such as improved efficiency, predictive mai...

Educational | By Impulse Embedded | 23-05-2024

US Chipmaking Capacity to Triple by 2032 with CHIPS Act

The United States is gearing up to significantly boost its domestic chip manufacturing capacity and control a substantial portion of advanced chip production by 2032, a move propelled by the Chips Act subsidy boost. With China lagging behind in advanced chip...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 23-05-2024

Micron Confirms $50B Investment Backed by US CHIPS Act

To say that integrated circuits form the foundation of modern society is by no means an understatement, and the massive wave of government funding for semiconductor production has proven this point. Recently, Micron announced that the US CHIPS fund will help...

In The News | By Robin Mitchell | 21-05-2024

US Auto Regulator Investigates Tesla's Latest Recall

While there are many who praise the efforts of Tesla, the numerous recalls that it has seen over its vehicles lead many to wonder whether or not Tesla is on its last legs. Now that a further 2 million vehicles have been recalled, the US auto regulator is step...

Insights | By Robin Mitchell | 21-05-2024

Combating Counterfeit Electronic Components: Flip Electronics e-Book

Counterfeit electronic components are one of the leading threats to the integrity of the electronics supply chain. A rigorous approach to sourcing and due diligence once parts arrive can help keep fraudulent components out of finished goods. So can staying abr...

Buyer News | By Jack Pollard | 20-05-2024

Samsung Starts Mass Production of 286-Layer NAND Flash Memory

With each passing year, it seems that the amount of memory that computers are able to integrate continues to skyrocket. Now, Samsung has announced that it has started producing its latest 286-layer NAND chips, which not only brings with it larger memory sizes...

In The News | By Robin Mitchell | 20-05-2024

The Evolution of GaN in Consumer Electronics: Key Insights

GaN compared to SiC and classical silicon. Modified Image source:  AVNET   Key Takeaways about The Evolution of GaN in Consumer Electronics:   Gallium Nitride (GaN) and Silicon Carbide (SiC) are technologies that are replacing Silicon-based power devices...

Insights | By Gary Elinoff | 20-05-2024