Flipping The Channel

Flipping The Channel

Flipping the Channel is a bimonthly podcast series created by Flip Electronics. Podcast episodes are 20 minutes in length, with topics covering a wide range of challenges that manufacturers face when sourcing electronics components. Show topics will include managing end-of-life challenges, dealing with obsolete parts, the impact of counterfeit parts, and industry trends. The show will feature interviews with various industry experts hosted by Bill Bradford. Bill, President of Flip Electronics, is an industry veteran with many years of experience in the electronics component industry. If you’re looking for the latest trends on how to manage your end-of-life and obsolescence issues effectively and efficiently, then this podcast is for you. We hope you enjoy the show!

Episodes

July 20, 2021 20 min

Flipping The Channel Episode 4 - Part 2

In this episode, David Loftus, President & CEO of ECIA, gives much-needed advice to supply chain professionals about navigating the current market conditions. In addition, original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers who struggle to keep their production lines running will learn much from David's advice.

David gives a glimpse into some of the data the ECIA has collected t...

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Flipping The Channel Episode 4 - Part 1

In this episode, David Loftus, President & CEO of ECIA, gives much-needed advice to supply chain professionals about navigating the current market conditions. In addition, original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers who struggle to keep their production lines running will learn much from David's advice.

David gives a glimpse into some of the data the ECIA has collected t...

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Flipping The Channel Episode 3

 In this episode, Todd Harmon, Director of Global Commodity of Keysight Technologies, shares how they have navigated the extremely tight marketplace. Original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers have struggled to find components that make up their end products.
 
 Todd gives a glimpse into Keysight's strategy in dealing with this massive obstacle. Some of these strategies can provide c...

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In this episode, Greg Wood, Director of Product Development, shares this year's obsolescence & product change difficulties the electronic component industry faces. Original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers must adapt to various challenges that have arisen in the current marketplace.

Greg also shares End of Life trends that emerged last year. Some of these trends have continued, while others have changed. Tu...

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 In this episode, Ed Smith, President and CEO of SMTC, shares his thoughts on the electronic component industry's state when dealing with obsolescence and end-of-life components. Original equipment manufacturers and contract manufacturers that use electronic components face a big challenge. 

How do you handle that one component that is now obsolete, when you need it for a new order you just received? Ed discusses how electronic...

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January 27, 2021 4 min

This episode is a brief explanation of Flipping The Channel. By listening to this episode, you will learn:

  • Why we created this podcast
  • Who this podcast is for
  • What you can expect as a listener
  • Who the host of our podcast is

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