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Hot Stock: Component Sense Now Offers IMST805F25S from STMicroelectronics

Hot Stock: Component Sense Now Offers IMST805F25S from STMicroelectronics
Component Sense is pleased to share another stock update with our customers! We are now offering IMST805F25S 32-bit floating-point transputers from French manufacturer STMicroelectronics. These impressive parts are essential in the functioning of parallel processors, which help to streamline innovative product designs. IMST805F25S (STMicroelectronics) IMST805F25S transputers can be used in multiple industries, including: Scientific and mathematical High-performance graphics Digital signal processing Telecommunications Robotics Image processing Pattern recognition Artificial intelligence At Component Sense, we are committed to providing our customers with the best electronic components on the international market. That is why we only partner with companies which provide parts of...

InPlant™ by Component Sense: Making your Business more Efficient, Profitable, and Sustainable

InPlant™ by Component Sense: Making your Business more Efficient, Profitable, and Sustainable
At Component Sense, we are committed to innovation. This drive to continuously improve our business processes led us to create our unique InPlant™ system. We designed InPlant™ to help Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) customers manage their excess and obsolete stock (E&O). We know that excess inventory is a constantly depreciating asset: unfortunately, millions of tonnes of electronic components end up in global landfills each year. Component Sense decided to create InPlant™. InPlant™ is a system that relieves our largest customers of the environmentally damaging and often overlooked burden of excess stock management. We know that...

EMS Finance Directors: How to turn your E&O stock back into cash with our tailored In-Plant solution

EMS Finance Directors:  How to turn your E&O stock back into cash with our tailored In-Plant solution
Is your senior management team committed to driving down excess and obsolete inventory levels? Read on to find out how we can help as Kenny McGee, CEO of Component Sense, highlights how to turn your E&O stock back into cash. Management awareness of the impacts of excess or obsolete (E&O) inventory is vital. Recently the US Supply Chain Resource Cooperative identified a number of characteristics associated with a properly developed excess and obsolete (E&O) inventory strategy published on 20 April 2018 in EPS News. The most obvious of which is.... E&O should be viewed as pure cash. Source: Excess &...

Supply Chain, Back to the Future!

Supply Chain, Back to the Future!
The negative impact of the counterfeit threat has hit OEM and EMS companies hard. For many, cost reduction through clever sourcing is no longer an option as it is deemed too risky. How did this happen? I started out in the electronics business 32 years ago serving my time as an engineer in the Aerospace sector. Much later, when I joined one of the world's largest Franchised Distributors in 1999 I began to realise that every company I dealt with had a few "brokers" up their sleeve. This allowed them to make PPV or savings on their BOM cost. At...

Risk Free Cost Reduction for Electronic Manufacturing

Risk Free Cost Reduction for Electronic Manufacturing
In times of Olde (Pre 2005) smart buyers were always looking to Brokers to help them save money on their Bill of Materials (BOM). Accessing someone else's excess stock was a great way to buy for less. A motivated seller is often prepared to take a loss on their stock creating a bargain for you, the buyer. In recent years, this has become fraught with danger. Cost reduction without Risk! Many OEM and EMS companies now only look to brokers for desperate situations caused by a line down or obsolescence. The curse that is counterfeit parts has created enough doubt...

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