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Contract Price Increases Offset Seasonal Slump, Boosting DRAM Q1 Revenue by 5.1%

06/13/2024 | TrendForce
TrendForce reveals that the DRAM industry experienced a 5.1% revenue increase in 1Q24 compared to the previous quarter. This growth—reaching US$18.35 billion—was driven by rising contract prices for mainstream products, with the price increase being more significant than in 4Q23. As a result, most companies in the industry continued to see revenue growth.

Tim’s Takeaways: One for the Archives

06/13/2024 | Tim Haag -- Column: Tim's Takeaways
Well over 10 years ago, I was looking for a new hobby to fill in the gaps of my free time. As a kid, I used to build all kinds of models, including cars, tanks, airplanes, and rockets. Many of those assembly skills helped shape my career in PCB design and manufacturing. Therefore, it seemed appropriate to return to my roots and revisit the world of model building.

RTX Awarded $677M US Navy Contract for SPY-6 Family of Radars

06/11/2024 | RTX
Raytheon, an RTX business, was awarded a $677 million contract to continue to produce AN/SPY-6(V) radars for the U.S. Navy.

PCB East Keeps Getting Bigger

06/11/2024 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
PCB East is definitely on the move. The U.S. Northeast’s annual PCB design and manufacturing show went on hiatus years ago as sister show PCB West continued to expand in Silicon Valley. But PCB East relaunched a few years ago, and it’s been growing each year. Show managers said that attendance at the 2023 show was double that of the 2022 event. 

I-Connect007 Editor’s Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

06/07/2024 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
It’s been a great week. I spent part of the week at PCB East, which was held at the Boxboro Regency in Boxboro, Massachusetts. I haven’t been to Boxboro in about 20 years. The last time I was at PCB East in Boxboro, design instructor Mary Sugden had a hot plate and a supply of bologna in her room, because she preferred fried bologna to anything she could get in a restaurant. Never a dull moment with PCB designers! 
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