Day 4 Live at Electronica 2014: Driving it home

electronica2014-1Today was the last day of electronica 2014 in Munich, Germany. What an event it has been. This is certainly one of the largest electronica shows in our history here, and the global aspect and high volume of idea exchanges and collaboration has made this a very successful event for everyone in attendance. One of the key topics has been the many advances in automotive electronics solutions and the positive impact that these new opportunities will have on industries, consumers, and the environment.

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Day 3 Live at Electronica 2014: Next generation component solutions for the IoT world

electronica2014-4The tempo at electronica has not let up – the fast pace continues as we all move through many booths and displays of the next generation of devices. These devices are, of course, supported by new component designs, packages, and materials. Hand-in-hand with the upbeat tempo at booths, is the excitement and positive outlook for the winter holiday season and the 2015 year. Despite a year of ongoing discussions around the European Union (EU) and global economic stability, the forecast for the semiconductor and electronics industry is strong. At the heart of these positive outlooks and supporting the very upbeat feel at electronica this year are the many opportunities for increased electronic penetration across many markets and regions.

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Day 2 Live at Electronica 2014: Growth and positive outlooks abundant

electronica2014-3There is no mistaking the energy at electronica 2014: the halls are filled, the booths are vibrant, the ideas abundant, and the discussions are excited. The outlook is extremely positive for the rest of 2014 and through 2015 in terms of industry growth and positive demand across market sectors and regions. At the Smith Booth, 412 in Hall A4, we have experienced first-hand these positive outlooks as the many people we speak with daily look for creative, secure solutions to meet the growing demand, tightening cycles and shorter lead-times, and expanding global networks.

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Live at Electronica 2014: Global feeling dominant this year; inventory and risk management key issues for OEMs

shutterstock 163168853 (230x149)The energy and excitement is palpable here in Munich, Germany at the 50th year of electronica. The popularity of the show and the estimated 70,000 people in attendance is certainly marked by to the noise level coming from the bustle as attendees share ideas, new designs, collaborate on overcoming challenges and share in the growing industry optimism. Electronica has definitely taken on a very global feeling this year with Europe hosting the world; underscoring the global networks that are the lifeblood of today's semiconductor and electronics industry. Electronica has truly become a major, global event for our industry.

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Electronica 2014 –IoT Challenges and Opportunities at the Forefront

shutterstock 55290856The Smith team is setting up for this year's electronica 2014 in Munich, Germany, and tomorrow kicks off the event which is expected to see over 70,000 visitors from around the world. Tomorrow's opening day brings one of the event highlights, the CEO Roundtable focused on the Internet of Things (IoT).

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