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Arko 
Current shortage of electronic parts
Posted on 2-Jun-2010 12:02:35
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After the crisis is over production processes of consumer goods are going up again, this leaded to a high demand for electronic parts. I was told even average parts have to be ordered 8-12 weeks before production starts.

This may lead to some delays in the production of the beta tester boards, so please be patient if Nemo beta tester program will be delayed.

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Re: Current shortage of electronic parts
Posted on 2-Jun-2010 12:22:39
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@Arko

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Re: Current shortage of electronic parts
Posted on 2-Jun-2010 13:17:00
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Aaw don't laugh! he's trying really hard.
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Arko 
Re: Current shortage of electronic parts
Posted on 2-Jun-2010 13:50:07
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Quote:

Draby wrote:

Aaw don't laugh! he's trying really hard.


My English got better on moobuny and I wrote the text from Australia vie ESP while sitting in Europe.

Update:

Quote:

With a growing economy, one of the subjects at EDS was making sure there will be sufficient supply to meet expanding demand. "The big buzz of the show was availability," said Dave Doherty, vice president of semiconductor products at Digi-Key of Thief River Falls, Minn. "Our suppliers have booked out their Q3 and through the end of the year. We spent time figuring out what we need to do to sustain the backlog and the pipeline."

Source:
http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/2010/05/19/48670/eds-points-to-good-economic-times.htm

Last edited by Arko on 02-Jun-2010 at 02:18 PM.

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