The Growing Importance of Supply Chain Visibility (SCV) in Ecommerce

In today’s fast paced world, you will need to stay ahead of the game. Learn the growing importance of supply chain visibility (SCV) below.

AMD Continues to Chip Away at Intel’s Server Dominance

AMD is continuing to make inroad against Intel in the server market, chipping away (pun intended) at the latter’s lead.

The Chip Shortage Is Now a Chip Glut

The semiconductor industry has swung from one extreme to another, going from a shortage to a glut as consumer demand changes.

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Foxconn Issues Accelerate Apple’s Plans to Diversify iPhone Production

Apple is stepping up its plans to diversify its iPhone production, moving more manufacturing out of China.

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Intel CEO Calls China Sanctions ‘Inevitable,’ Says Supply Chain Must Rebalance

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has weighed in on US restrictions on China’s semiconductor industry, calling the measures “inevitable.”

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SolarWinds Is in Trouble With the SEC Over Supply Chain Attack

SolarWinds is facing monetary and enforcement consequences as a result of its supply chain attack in 2020.

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Workers at Amazon’s Largest Air Hub, in Northern KY, Push for Unionization

Amazon’s unionization woes are increasing, with workers at the company’s largest air hub pushing to organize.

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Japanese Government Wants to Remotely Turn Down Home AC Units

The Japanese government is looking for unprecedented power over people’s home, wanting the ability to remotely turn down AC units.

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US Pressures Allies to Restrict Chip Exports to China

The US is ramping up pressure on China, asking its allies to restrict semiconductor exports to the country.

Foxconn’s ‘iPhone City’ Area Locked Down Over COVID

The area around Foxconn’s “iPhone City” plant has been locked down as a result of an increase in COVID cases.

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Thomson Reuters Data Leak Could Lead to Supply-Chain Attack

Thomson Reuters is the latest company to be hit with a data leak, one that exposed more than 3TB of data, including passwords.

Semiconductor Delivery Times Shrink by Four Days

The tech industry received some of the best news it’s had in years, with delivery times for semiconductors shrinking by four days in September.

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FedEx Ends Its Robot Delivery Program

FedEx is pulling the plug on its robot delivery program following a pilot program to test using robots instead of humans for last-mile delivery.

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BMW Will Invest in $1.7 Billion US-Based EV Production

BMW announced a major commitment to US-based electric vehicle (EV) production, with plans for a $1.7 billion investment.

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TikTok Is Planning to Build US Fulfillment Centers

TikTok appears to be moving forward with its e-commerce plans, with it reportedly looking to build US fulfillment centers.

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Analyst: US Sanctions Have ‘Collapsed’ China’s Semiconductor Industry

The Biden Administration has been cracking down on China’s semiconductor industry, utterly crippling it, according to one analyst.

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Honda and LG Energy to Build $4.4 Billion EV Battery Plant in Ohio

Honda and LG Energy are partnering on an electric vehicle (EV) battery plant, with plans to build it in Ohio.

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Honda Cutting Production by 40% in Japanese Plants

Honda is the latest automaker to be hit with supply chain issues, cutting production at two Japanese plants by up to 40%.

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Russia Is Turning Off the Gas to Europe

After months of sanctions, Russia says it is cutting off the gas to Europe in a move that could have serious repercussions.

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Google Tackles Supply Chain Attacks With New Bug Bounty

Google is tackling supply chain cybersecurity attacks with a new bug bounty program.