Strategies to the prediction, mitigation and management of product obsolescence

Supply chains for electronic products are primarily driven by consumer electronics. Every year new mobile phones, computers and gaming consoles are introduced, driving the continued applicability of Moore's law. The semiconductor manufacturing industry is highly dynamic and releases new, better...

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Main Authors: Bartels, Bjoern, Ermel, Ulrich (Author), Pecht, Michael (Author), Sandborn, Peter A. (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Hoboken, New Jersey Wiley 2012
Series:Wiley series in systems engineering and management
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Collection: O'Reilly - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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Summary:Supply chains for electronic products are primarily driven by consumer electronics. Every year new mobile phones, computers and gaming consoles are introduced, driving the continued applicability of Moore's law. The semiconductor manufacturing industry is highly dynamic and releases new, better and cheaper products day by day. But what happens to long-field life products like airplanes or ships, which need the same components for decades? How do electronic and also non-electronic systems that need to be manufactured and supported of decades manage to continue operation using parts that were av
Physical Description:xiv, 270 pages illustrations
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