Follow the yellow brick road...map

January 2000
EDN;01/06/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p39
Trade Publication
Cautions electronics designers against believing claims by some semiconductor vendors about potential technology road maps. Problem of relying on the availability of a company's component for the completion of a new product; Difficulty of distinguishing the goal and reality in the process of designing technologies; Value of determining if a vendor is in the final-test process.


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