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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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A consortium of Japanese tech firms (NTT DOCOMO, NEC, Fujitsu) has unveiled a groundbreaking high-speed 6G device, boasting data speeds 10 times faster than peak 5G and 500 times faster than average 5G downloads. This innovation promises a revolutionary leap in mobile connectivity, with applications in remote work, next-generation communication, and seamless integration of the physical and digital worlds (metaverse). While still under development, experts anticipate advancements that will miniaturize and make the technology more affordable.
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Honda Bets Big on EVs with $11 Billion Canadian Investment, but Can They Catch Up?

China's domestic new energy car brands are rapidly adopting intelligent vehicles, squeezing out established joint venture brands. Honda, a major automaker, is feeling the pressure in China but is making a $11 billion investment in Canada to build a comprehensive electric vehicle center. While this is a significant step, Honda's broader strategy focusing on North America, a market with lower EV adoption rates and potential economic headwinds, raises questions about their long-term electric vehicle plans.
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Semiconductors Set for a Major Boost as India Seeks to Accelerate Chipmaking Efforts

India is gearing up to enhance its semiconductor manufacturing sector through a $10 billion incentive plan, aiming to establish itself as a global player in chipmaking. While the country has traditionally relied on imports for semiconductors, recent government initiatives and partnerships with international companies like Foxconn and TSMC are laying the groundwork for significant progress.
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Nearly 90% of Global Connected Car Sales will equip with 5G connections by 2030

A new report predicts near-universal car connectivity by 2030, with half the connected cars sold between 2024 and 2030 using 5G. This is driven by the need for faster and more reliable connections to support advanced features like autonomous driving and infotainment systems. China is expected to lead the 5G connected car market due to government support and a growing electric vehicle market, while the US will focus on advanced safety features. 4G will still dominate in the early part of this decade, but 5G adoption is expected to grow rapidly as infrastructure expands and use cases become more compelling.

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Private Players Can Make Space More Accessible say ISRO Chief

The chief of Indian Space Research Organisation recently highlighted the crucial role private companies in making space more accessible. ISRO recognizes that partnering with private firms can spur innovation, streamline development, and offer new services. Initiatives like the Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Center (IN-SPACe) are fostering these partnerships. Although challenges like regulatory issues remain, this approach promises a more inclusive space industry, benefiting India's economy and advancing global space exploration. 
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