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Whitepaper: Three Emerging Trends in Electronics

Feature Article by Fischer Connectors
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Fischer Connectors has released a whitepaper that identifies three emerging trends in electronics.   

fischer_whitepaper_emerging_trends_in_electronicsThe company believes that the demand for data is increasing and the supply of electronics is drying up, increasing the need to find smarter ways to foster system interoperability and high-performance, reliable data transmission.

In a world of ever-increasing global consumption fueled by the thirst for electronic technology and information transmission, we find ourselves in a critical situation with the world supply of electronic components drying up. Demand for electronic devices has risen sharply due to the Covid-19 outbreaks which forced the world to work in isolation, driving the unprecedented need for Integrated Circuits (IC). Whilst development has been keeping pace during this crisis, we expect more from our devices.

In parallel to this, the concurrent rollout of 5G has been providing increased connectivity, enabling a new generation of users to access the Internet of Things (IoT) with enhanced capabilities. Cameras and optical systems have risen to unprecedented levels, with higher quality video – 4K and even 8K now being commonplace.

As the tension between demand and supply rises, the world of electronics keeps evolving and the impact of its evolution will need to be watched closely in this volatile context.

Fischer focuses on the nature of these changes – which current and future trends are worth looking out for? According to the company, there are three emerging trends in electronics:

      1. Miniaturization
      2. New data transmission connection standards
      3. Ubiquitous IoT and 5G democratization

Click here to read the company’s full whitepaper explaining these trends>

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