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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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India's Semiconductor Ambitions Powered by ISM

India aims to be a major player in the semiconductor industry through the India Semiconductor Mission (ISM). ISM has a budget of $9 Million to build a domestic ecosystem for chip manufacturing and displays. The mission supports building fabs for both semiconductors and displays, along with facilities for next-generation chips and sensors. 
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India Ramps Up Chip Production and Invites Singaporean Investment

India is intensifying efforts to enhance its chip manufacturing sector, inviting investment from Singaporean businesses. Recent progress includes the arrival of chip-making equipment and plans for three chip factories reflecting shift in India's manufacturing strategy, supported by government incentives and a desire to reduce reliance on chip imports.
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South Korea Eyes $120 Billion Chip Exports as India Joins Semiconductor Race

South Korea aims to export $120 billion in chips annually. They're developing advanced chips and supporting the industry to achieve this. This comes as India preps to enter the chipmaking game. SK hynix, a Korean chip giant, is building a massive fabrication complex to meet the growing demand for chips, crucial for tech devices and more. 
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China's Manufacturing Gains Momentum Driven by Tech and Equipment

China's manufacturing is firing on all cylinders in 2024. Tech leads the way, with semiconductors showcasing a push for domestic chipmaking. Growth extends beyond tech, with drones and traditional sectors like electronics, railways, and aerospace experiencing strong double-digit gains. Green products are booming too, with new energy vehicles and solar materials surging. The good news continues with a 3.6% rebound in industrial exports, reversing an eight-month decline. Even consumer goods are back on track with a growth rebound. 
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Semiconductor Industry Sees Strong Recovery in 2024

After a tough period, a recent report by SEMI shows signs of a strong recovery in 2024 in both electronics and integrated circuit sales. Growth in these industries are likely due to the  improving demand and a return to normal inventory levels. The industry is also seeing positive signs in capital expenditure and factory utilization rates. These dipped a bit in the second half of 2023, but a mild recovery is expected in Q1 2024. Spending on memory and non-memory chip production is expected to rise, and factories are running a little busier, with utilization rates going from 66% to 70%.

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China PC Market Outlook in 2024

Despite a slight decline in Q4 2023, China's tablet market is poised for growth, with Canalys predicting a 4% increase in 2024 and 2025. This surge aligns with the country's digitalization push, with businesses and consumers increasingly turning to tablets. The PC market, while experiencing a Q4 2023 slump, is also expected to rebound, with Canalys forecasting a 3% rise in 2024 and a significant 10% growth in 2025. This suggests a renewed focus on PCs, possibly fueled by commercial sector refresh cycles.
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