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Does this giveaway useful for you?

Started Mar 9, 2018 0 Replies

I have seen some one post a Allchips giveaway in engineering exchange. It's amazing. I am applying for banana pi M3, Hope i can get. I have looked their facebook, they have done same giveaway. It's…Continue

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Top 10 Electronic components Online Distributors in America

Posted on May 14, 2018 at 12:43am 0 Comments

More and more effective purchase of electronic components is favored by massive customers. So it is important to weigh a distributor and start your partnership for your business. The following is the top 10 online distributors of electronic components in America.



Samsung’s Recent Title As World’s Largest Semiconductor Manufacturer

Posted on April 23, 2018 at 9:06pm 0 Comments

The electronic components industry is a rapidly changing.  After 2017 spearheaded growth, 2018 is turning out as a year which unsettles giants. In the wake of the smartphone industry, the semiconductor industry also displayed some interesting trends this week. IHS Markit released its 2017 data for it, confirming that Samsung had indeed crossed Intel as the largest chip manufacturer in terms of revenue. The Santa Clara chip giant had dominated the rankings since 1992, so this is big news.…


Who is Allchips and Why Allchips hold a Giveaway Activity

Posted on March 9, 2018 at 11:59pm 0 Comments

Today, i have seen an article - FREE Development Boards + Consumables Kits Giveaway it's very useful for me. I need banana pi m3 to over come my video wall embedded problem. The development kit is so expensive, i hope i can win and receive it.

I have search allchips in google. Allchips is a professional electronic components service platform, supported by…


Electronic Components shortage & Price Raise Notice in 2017-2018

Posted on March 7, 2018 at 5:38pm 0 Comments

The current electronic component shortage  is expected to last through the end of 2018. Many factors can cause a shortage aside from a demand surge, including supply chain disruptions, obsolescence, mergers and acquisitions, and production capacity.

The recent demand surge causing the electronic component shortage has become under greater strain due to the IoT explosion and growth in the industrial, mobile, and automotive markets. The IoT is a framework of…


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