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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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US CHIPS Act to Significantly Boost Philippine Semiconductor Industry

The US CHIPS Act is poised to transform the Philippine semiconductor industry. The Philippines, chosen as a key partner for its existing infrastructure and skilled workforce, will receive US funding to expand chip assembly and develop domestic chip design capabilities. This collaboration aims to create 128,000 semiconductor professionals by 2028 and potentially double the number of chip facilities in the Philippines. 
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IBM Acquires HashiCorp for $6.4 Billion to Enhance Hybrid Cloud Capabilities

IBM is acquiring HashiCorp, a leader in multi-cloud infrastructure automation, for $6.4 billion. This strategic move will allow IBM to offer a more complete hybrid cloud platform with stronger AI integration, catering to the rising demand for complex cloud management and automation. The acquisition is expected to benefit various industries, including manufacturing and defense, by enabling more efficient operations and robust security. 
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Foreign Investors Urge Approval of Konektadong Pinoy Bill to Enhance Internet Access in the Philippines

Foreign investors are urging the Philippines to pass the Konektadong Pinoy Bill to improve internet access nationwide. This bill aims to address the digital divide by promoting competition in the data transmission sector, lowering internet costs, and investing in infrastructure, especially in unserved areas. By enabling more Filipinos to participate in the digital economy, the Konektadong Pinoy Bill is seen as a driver for economic growth and a more competitive Philippines.
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Marvell Establishes Additional Semiconductor Design Center in Vietnam

Marvell Technology has opened a new semiconductor design center in Da Nang, Vietnam, and plans to establish another high-tech design and lab center in Ho Chi Minh City. This expansion reflects Marvell's commitment to supporting Vietnam's growing role in semiconductor innovation and increasing its workforce in the country by 50% over the next three years. The new centers will focus on advanced technologies to meet the rising demands of AI and cloud data infrastructure. 
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China's Low-Altitude Economy: A High-Flying Opportunity for the Semiconductor Industry

China's low-altitude economy, involving the use of drones and eVTOLs, is rapidly emerging as a significant economic sector, projected to contribute up to $700 billion by 2025. Supported by government policies and substantial investments, regions like the Yangtze River Delta and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao are developing specialized industrial clusters. This growth presents substantial opportunities for the semiconductor industry, which is essential for the sophisticated electronic systems required in aerial vehicles. The integration of AI, 5G, and IoT technologies in this sector further drives demand for advanced semiconductor solutions, highlighting the strategic importance and potential for innovation and economic expansion in this market.
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The Philippines and Korea Collaborate to Boost Dairy Production with AI Technology

The provincial government of Bacolod City in the Philippines has partnered with Korean firm ThinkforBL to enhance dairy production using AI technology. This collaboration involves a four-month trial of the Milk-T AI Technology at the Provincial Livestock Breeding Center and Dairy Farm in La Carlota City. The trial aims to optimize milk production through advanced sensors, cameras, and AI data analytics, which will monitor and improve the efficiency of dairy operations. Both parties will jointly own the trial data and results, highlighting a significant step towards modernizing the local dairy industry with cutting-edge technology.
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