Vol. 6 No. 3, 2012

Special Series on Mobility: Growth Drivers Converging for Medical Electronics

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Written by Lisa Ann Cairns, Ph.D.

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The increased commoditization of medical electronics is pushing this once niche sector into strong growth trajectories. Supported by important reductions of barriers, from lower ASPs and MEMS advances to new power technologies, we see shorter time to market and more rapid development cycles. While challenges remain, the intensifying demand for medical electronics solutions is widespread, from users to providers.

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Gaining Agility – Supply chain innovation continues

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Written by Marc Barnhill

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Cost-cutting and margin improvement requirements echo along the semiconductor and electronics supply chain. These challenges are broad and require an increase in value chain partnered solutions and customized strategies. But today's market challenges are the new set of opportunities available to agile companies, with solutions that have matured alongside our industry.

 

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Taking China's Pulse: Semi's opportunities in the leading emerging market

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Written by Lisa Ann Cairns, Ph.D.

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Given the challenges of more controlled growth measures being implemented from within Emerging Markets (EMs) and of stumbling mature markets’ drag on global trade, how do we understand the semiconductor and electronics industry's growth and long-term expansion prospects? Considering China, we can better understand what has changed, its importance, and the impact on growth opportunities for the industry.

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