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for 40+ years
The widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components from your favorite brands and alternatives, all in one place. 
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IBS Electronics Group is a global distributor founded in 1980 in Southern California, USA. We have been providing our customers with unparalleled service and support for over 40 years.

Our goal is to support the electronics manufacturing and industrial industries by providing a wide range of services, including inventory management, vendor consolidation, engineering services, prototyping, and custom design support built into the cost of the components and products distributed globally. 

IBS offers the widest selection of alternative semiconductor and electronic component brands for your AVL to help our customers improve their designs and supply chains, resulting in faster lead times and reduced costs.

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IBS  is an ISO 9001:2015, AS9120B & AS6081 certified global distributor with over 40 years of experience. We are committed to maintaining our reputation as a leading provider of high-quality, reliable products and services by providing authorized franchise distribution, full traceability on components, and testing capabilities to ensure quality and reliability, providing immediate stock solutions from our seamless global procurement network. 

Our commitment to quality is reflected in our Quality Management System (QMS), which ensures that we are consistently meeting the highest standards in the electronics industry. Our QMS is based on the ISO 9001:2015 standard and it is regularly audited by an accredited third-party to ensure that it meets the requirements.

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Semiconductor Manufacturing: A Billion-Dollar Opportunity for Vietnam

Vietnam is becoming a significant hub for semiconductor manufacturing, attracting major investments from global corporations like Intel, Samsung, and Amkor Technology. The recent upgrade in Vietnam-U.S. relations highlights Vietnam's potential in the semiconductor industry, with plans for substantial investment and development in human resources. Domestic companies are also beginning to engage in chip production, aiming to create Vietnamese-branded chips and elevate Vietnam's position in the global semiconductor market. 
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OLED Monitor Market Sees Explosive Growth in Early 2024

The OLED monitor market is booming in 2024, with Q1 shipments hitting 200,000 units, a 121% year-over-year surge. This growth is set to push annual shipments to 1.34 million units, a 161% increase. Key drivers include advancements in OLED technology, superior performance, and rising demand among gamers and professionals. Major brands like Samsung, Dell, and LG are expanding their OLED monitor lines, while improved manufacturing processes are lowering costs. The economic recovery and events like the 2023 Asian Games have further boosted demand. The 2024 outlook for the OLED monitor market is exceptionally positive, with continued innovation and expanding applications.
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Honda and IBM Partner for Pioneering Semiconductor and Software Technologies for Future Vehicles

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. and IBM have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the long-term research and development of advanced semiconductor and software technologies essential for future software-defined vehicles (SDVs). This partnership aims to address significant challenges related to processing capability, power consumption, and design complexity by exploring specialized technologies such as brain-inspired computing and chiplet technologies. The collaboration is expected to position both companies at the forefront of automotive innovation, creating SDVs with superior computing power and energy efficiency
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BYD's FinDreams Battery to Supply Tesla's Shanghai Energy Storage Factory

BYD's subsidiary, FinDreams Battery, has secured a supply agreement with Tesla to provide energy storage cells for Tesla's Shanghai Energy Storage Factory, starting in the first quarter of next year. This partnership is crucial for BYD as it aims to expand its presence in the new energy vehicle and energy storage markets. 
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Toyota, Nissan, and Honda Join Forces on AI and Chip Development for Next-Gen Vehicles

Toyota, Nissan, and Honda have teamed up to develop cutting-edge AI and semiconductor technologies for next-generation vehicles, focusing on areas like semiconductor chips, APIs, virtual simulation, and cybersecurity. Supported by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry, this collaboration aims to enhance Japan's competitiveness in the evolving automotive industry. The initiative includes forming the Advanced SoC Research for Automotive (ASRA) group, involving 12 companies, to create high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) technologies for mass production by 2030, marking a significant advancement in software-defined vehicles (SDVs) and autonomous driving capabilities 
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SoftBank's Arm to Launch AI Chips by 2025 in $64 Billion Strategic Initiative

SoftBank's Arm Holdings is set to launch its AI chips by 2025 as part of a $64 billion investment strategy led by CEO Masayoshi Son, aiming to establish the company as a leader in AI, data centers, and robotics. Arm, renowned for its smartphone processors, is developing these chips in a new UK-based division, with mass production expected by fall 2025 through partnerships with manufacturers like TSMC. This strategic move aligns with the projected AI chip market growth from $30 billion in 2023 to over $200 billion by 2032, positioning Arm to compete with industry giants like Nvidia. 
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