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Is a Part's Technology a Step, Stretch, or Leap?
The most secure type of part is one that is manufactured to an industry standard and is made by multiple vendors. Unfortunately, products that use only multi-source, standards-based parts will not give you any advantage in the marketplace. To be able to build a profitable product in volume reliably, you must apply enough new technology to give you a marketplace advantage while maintaining an acceptable level of component supply risk − balance is everything. Continue reading
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