Schwartz: Distributing mil surplus to `new age'

Schwartz, Ben
February 1997
Electronic News;2/17/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2155, p42
Trade Publication
Presents the author's views on the past 40 years of the United States semiconductor industry as vice president of marketing at Nu Horizons. Abilities of electronic distribution in the 1990s; Move of the industry into the New Age of electronics.


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