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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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BYD Invests $1 Billion to Build a Factory and Overseas R&D Center in Turkey

In response to the EU's plan to impose temporary tariffs on electric vehicles imported from China, BYD has invested $1 billion to build a factory and R&D center in Turkey. A 17.4% tariff has been added to BYD's current 10% tariff, and combined with the previous 10% basic import tariff, BYD's export tariff to the EU is as high as 27.4%. If BYD chooses to export to the EU from Turkey, the tariff rate will be significantly reduced.
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Global Semiconductor Sales Reached US$49.1 Billion in May, up 19.3% YoY

According to data from the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), global semiconductor sales once again achieved impressive results in May this year, up nearly 20% from the same period last year, reflecting the vigorous development of generative AI applications, which has brought strong growth momentum to the semiconductor industry.
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India’s Move to Diversify the Semiconductor Supply Chain with MEITY's New Initiative

India is taking significant steps to diversify its semiconductor supply chain with a new initiative from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY). This comprehensive effort aims to attract global investments, foster innovation, and develop a skilled workforce to build a robust semiconductor ecosystem. Key elements include offering attractive investment incentives, emphasizing research and development, launching targeted skill development programs, and forming strategic global partnerships. This initiative is poised to make India a major player in the global semiconductor industry, helping to mitigate shortages and reduce dependency on a few key players. 
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Global Giants Flock to Vietnam: The Race Heats Up for Chip Supremacy

Vietnam is positioning itself as a significant hub for the semiconductor industry by improving its policy framework, infrastructure, and workforce to attract leading global corporations like Amkor, Foxconn, Samsung, Qualcomm, and Infineon. Despite challenges such as a shortage of skilled engineers and infrastructure needs, the government is actively addressing these issues with plans to train 50,000 industry professionals by 2030 and enhance energy and internet facilities. With strategic efforts, Vietnam aims to become a major player in the global semiconductor market, contributing to its economic growth and integration into the global supply chain. 
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Chinese LFP Batteries Maintain Cost Advantage Despite US Tariff Increases

Despite the US imposing significant tariff increases on Chinese electric vehicle (EV) batteries, Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries remain substantially cheaper than US-manufactured ones. The cost of Chinese batteries is still less than half of their American counterparts, even with the tariffs, posing a challenge for US automakers trying to keep EV production costs competitive. Companies like Tesla and LG Energy Solution are investing in domestic LFP production to mitigate this issue, but the transition away from Chinese suppliers will take time and strategic investment.
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