2020-05-05 - Dan Breznitz

Covid-19 Exposes America’s Vulnerability — and Resilience

The plague upon us also affords an opportunity to revive our productive capacity, ensuring prosperity for future generations — if…

2020-04-06 - Nitin Dahad

Teardown Reveals Huawei’s Reliance on U.S. Sourcing

A teardown of the latest Huawei P40 phone suggests Qualcomm, Qorvo and Skyworks are still an essential part of the…

2020-03-30 - Nitin Dahad

Covid-19: Industry Visibility Becomes Impaired

Infineon, Applied Materials and Broadcom have withdrawn their 2020 outlook. Others, including On Semi and NXP, are reducing guidance numbers.

2020-03-27 - Fendy Wang

Huawei vs. Xiaomi: Divergent Routes to Success

Huawei and Xiaomi both need to rapidly fill in their supply chains. They're doing it for different reasons, and they're…

2020-03-26 - Fendy Wang

Covid-19: Closures in Southeast Asia Bring New Challenges

Our colleagues in China, Taiwan and other regions in Southeast Asia continue to report, from the ground, on the coronavirus's…

2020-03-20 - George Leopold

U.S. Over-Reliance on China Compounded by Pandemic

Proposed legislation would provide funding for U.S. manufacturing startups, but human capital remains in short supply.

2020-03-12 - Stephen Las Marias

Blog: COVID-19 and the Electronics Manufacturing Supply Chain

Challenges such as Covid-19 and the U.S.-China trade war can create new opportunities for ASEAN, but can the region gear…

2020-03-05 - AspenCore Global Editorial Team

Covid-19: What Have We Learned?

Covid-19 has accelerated the shift of manufacturing from China to elsewhere (other countries in Asia) – which had been already…

2020-02-25 - Anne-Françoise Pelé

Will China Remain the Manufacturing Capital of the World?

China as a global manufacturer powerhouse: A strategy that once worked well, but needs to be thought-through.

2020-02-20 - Fendy Wang

China Struggles to Return to Work

After local holidays were extended, Chinese companies are challenged to resume full operations. Electronics distributors report delays but no shortages.