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Overcoming Semiconductor End-of-Life and Supply Chain Disruption

Join our industry experts, Dan Deisz, Director of Design Technology and Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager (EMEA) to understand the challenges caused by supply chain disruption and end-of-life semiconductors.

Learn how authorised distribution and licensed manufacturing solutions can help you with product-continuity, saving you the cost and time involved in re-design.

WEBINAR KEY TAKEAWAYS

1) A clear understanding of how an authorised supplier can provide a risk-free shortage and obsolescence sourcing route.

2) How an authorised after-market semiconductor manufacturer can help you avoid costly re-designs, or premature product discontinuations, or extend service lives.

SPEAKERS

Dan Deisz:
With over 35 years of semiconductor design experience, Daniel Deisz is the Director of Design Technology at Rochester Electronics, based out of its Rockville, Maryland, office. In this role, his group performs all authorized product replications and customer-specific design solutions. Daniel is also an active member of the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (ACTF) for the SIA having trained more than 200 CBP/HSI agents.

Ken Greenwood:
Ken Greenwood is the Technical Sales Manager EMEA for Rochester Electronics. He has over 30 years of experience in the Electronics Industry working in Strategic Sourcing roles at Nortel World-wide and Matra Comms France before moving into Sales and Field Applications Management roles in the Connectors and RF/Microwave markets. In his current role, Ken provides a vital interface between Rochester’s Supply partners and the market: tracking and highlighting lead-times and supply issues; and matching market needs with Rochester’s instant stock, or our long-term manufacturing abilities.
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    Dan Deisz, Director of Design Technology and Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager (EMEA)
    Join our industry experts, Dan Deisz, Director of Design Technology and Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager (EMEA) to understand the challenges caused by supply chain disruption and end-of-life semiconductors.

    Learn how authorised distribution and licensed manufacturing solutions can help you with product-continuity, saving you the cost and time involved in re-design.

    WEBINAR KEY TAKEAWAYS

    1) A clear understanding of how an authorised supplier can provide a risk-free shortage and obsolescence sourcing route.

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    SPEAKERS

    Dan Deisz:
    With over 35 years of semiconductor design experience, Daniel Deisz is the Director of Design Technology at Rochester Electronics, based out of its Rockville, Maryland, office. In this role, his group performs all authorized product replications and customer-specific design solutions. Daniel is also an active member of the Anti-Counterfeiting Task Force (ACTF) for the SIA having trained more than 200 CBP/HSI agents.

    Ken Greenwood:
    Ken Greenwood is the Technical Sales Manager EMEA for Rochester Electronics. He has over 30 years of experience in the Electronics Industry working in Strategic Sourcing roles at Nortel World-wide and Matra Comms France before moving into Sales and Field Applications Management roles in the Connectors and RF/Microwave markets. In his current role, Ken provides a vital interface between Rochester’s Supply partners and the market: tracking and highlighting lead-times and supply issues; and matching market needs with Rochester’s instant stock, or our long-term manufacturing abilities.
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