Introducing Icom Scottech Ltd

Reality in electronics contract manufacturing from the initial quotation cycle through product introduction, manufacturing and delivery to meet the customers changing requirements. A complete “open approach” from the outset, where the skills, resources and facilities of Icom-Scottech can be perceived as an extension of your organisation and business. Customers have direct communications with engineers whose remit is to provide a direct link with all manufacturing and technical aspects of the product programme. This link can commence at the design stage, where our engineers contribute to design for manufacture and continue throughout the production demand cycle.

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ROHM offers sensor expansion board for Arduino

With the SensorShield-EVK-003, ROHM is offering a new sensor shield expansion board equipped with eight sensor boards designed for use with existing open platform MCU boards such as Arduino and mbed. The SensorShield-EVK-003 is the latest sensor evalua…

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Broadcom lays off 1,100; may lay off more

Broadcom has laid off about 1,100 employees and will very likely lay off more. “Management is in the process of further evaluating our resources and business needs and may eliminate additional positions, which would result in additional restructuring costs,” says the 10-Q regulatory filing in which Broadcom announced its lay-offs. The current lay-off follows Broadcom’s  …

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The state of the forecasts

Bill Jewell’s Semiconductor Intelligence has looked at this year’s forecasts for the industry and has come up with this analysis. In February 2018, projections ranged from 5.9% from Mike Cowan to our 12% at Semiconductor Intelligence. Forecasts released in March to June range from Gartner’s 11.8% to our 16%. The latest forecasts average an increase …

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