Size, Speed, and Efficiency Drive Components Trends (.PDF Download)

Nov. 16, 2016

As electronic-component suppliers race to meet design engineers’ requirements, their eyes and ears are tuned into a handful of trends dominating the industry—especially the Internet of Things (IoT). OEMs, startups, and makers are placing new demands on manufacturers and distributors of the products and solutions essential to meet today’s IoT designs, driven largely by the competitive marketplace and a growing need to get new products to market even faster these days. Compact design, greater functionality, and the trend toward ready-made solutions—including board-level products with far greater functionality than ever before—are hallmarks of the changing electronic components landscape, distributors say...

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