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Q&A: The 2016 Cable Assembly Market
Q&A: The 2016 Cable Assembly Market
We sat down with Bishop & Associates’ Dave Pheteplace to find out how the cable assembly business is faring worldwide and what he expects to see through the end of the year. [twitter style="horizontal"] [linkedin_share style="none"]…
Q&A: PC-Based Cable and Harness Test Systems
Q&A: PC-Based Cable and Harness Test Systems
There are several options for testing cable assemblies, and CAMI Research makes the case for feature-rich, cost-efficient PC-based cable and harness test systems. [twitter style="horizontal"] [linkedin_share style="none"] Q: What are the available options for wire and…
Q&A with ProLabs: Compatible Network Products
Q&A with ProLabs: Compatible Network Products
Recently we spoke with Ward Williams, chief commercial officer at ProLabs, to learn more about the compatible product market. [twitter style="horizontal"] [linkedin_share style="none"]   [caption id="attachment_12740" align="alignright" width="300"] A sample of the range of optical and…
Q&A with TE: Contactless Connectivity
Q&A with TE: Contactless Connectivity
Take a closer look at the effects contactless connectivity technology has had on the industry in this Q&A with TE Connectivity. Q: What market needs drove the development of contactless technology? A: The need for reliable connections in situations…
Q&A with TE: Cable and Assemblies for Transportation Applications
Q&A with TE: Cable and Assemblies for Transportation Applications
Representatives from TE Connectivity's Automotive Cable Assembly Product Team answer your questions about cable and assemblies for transportation applications. Q: What are the key areas of transportation that are driving the development of new cable products? A:…
Q&A: Samtec on Signal Integrity
Q&A: Samtec on Signal Integrity
Recently we spoke to Julian Ferry, high-speed R&D manager at Samtec, to learn more about the latest developments in high-speed interconnects, which applications are driving them, and how Samtec is meeting the challenges. Read on for…
Q&A: Cabling for the Computer/Peripheral Market
Q&A: Cabling for the Computer/Peripheral Market
In a new Q&A, Heilind's David Goforth discusses the trends in cabling for the computer/peripheral market right now. Q: How strong is the computer/peripheral market for your cable and wire suppliers right now? How has this…
Q&A: TE on the Future of Optical Technology
Q&A: TE on the Future of Optical Technology
After two years of incubation and development, TE Connectivity (TE) unveiled the company’s latest advancement in fiber optics: Coolbit optical engines. TE's Nathan Tracy answered our questions about the future of optical technology. CS: Rather than build…
Why Robots Won’t Replace People: Industrial Q&A with TTI Inc.
Why Robots Won’t Replace People: Industrial Q&A with TTI Inc.
Why Robots Won’t Replace People: Industrial Q&A with TTI Inc. - Lew LaFornara What is the state of the industrial market for electronic components, particularly for connectors and why robots won’t replace people are discussed in…
Back to Connector Basics: A Q&A with APEX
Back to Connector Basics: A Q&A with APEX
Back to Connector Basics: A Q&A with APEX APEX Electrical Connector Consultants LLC is an engineering consulting firm specializing in connector and interconnection challenges, ranging from basic core technologies to problem solving, specific connector selection, and…
Dr. Bob Q&A on Ferrules
Dr. Bob Q&A on Ferrules
Dr. Bob Q&A on Ferrules The following question didn’t fall into Dr. Bob’s area of expertise, but Bishop & Associates’ Karl Jalbert, offered this response. Dear Dr. Bob, Why hasn't the industry considered moving away from…
Dr. Bob Q&A about Corrosion
Dr. Bob Q&A about Corrosion
Dr. Bob Q&A about Corrosion Dr. Mroczkowski, my question is this... In your recent articles in ConnectorSupplier.com (and in similar papers from your AMP days) you have basically stated that the reason interface resistance is lost…
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