AMI CONSOLIDATOR ARCHIVE

The Manufacturing News Consolidator

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Below is the archive collection of that news categorized by Innovation, Workforce Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Other News.

Innovation News

Is your network AI as smart as you think?

Network-operations types tell me that, in the future, AI is going to manage their networks. They also tell me that their vendors told them that very same thing. The good news is that’s sort-of-true. The…

Drones as an Automation Tool

So, you’re first thought is likely: What do drones have to do with automation? And that’s a reasonable question considering that drones are not typically seen as a direct part of the sense-decide-act control loop…

10 impediments to IT innovation

Innovation is a CIO imperative, with a majority of IT leaders saying they’ve become the primary champions of digital transformation within their organizations. There are, however, many impediments that could stymie CIOs and their IT…

Supply Chain of Freedom

War. It’s not a pleasant topic to talk about in any situation, and even less so when we’re in the middle of one. And yet, for reasons which have much to do with defining the…

Cadence and Samsung Accelerate 3nm Mixed-Signal Silicon

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNS) today announced that it has collaborated with Samsung Foundry to deliver qualified Mixed-Signal OpenAccess-ready process design kit (PDK) technology files that support a range of Samsung process technologies from…

7 hot digital transformation trends — and 3 going cold

The pandemic has proved to be a catalyst of sorts for digital transformation, forcing organizations of all sizes to rethink how they operate, what they offer their customers, and their commitment to the digital employee…
Workforce Development News

The Price Leaders Pay for Cutting Ethical Corners

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for leaders to ask their employees to cross ethical lines. Consider the following examples from a pilot study we recently conducted: A sales representative at a retail company was asked…

7 business skills every IT leader needs to succeed

The days when CIOs could glide into a long-term career based solely on their technical abilities are rapidly fading. “It’s no longer enough for IT leaders to be tech experts,” warns Bob Hersch, a principal…

Driving Remote Innovation Through Conflict and Collaboration

To stimulate and refine ideas for innovation, organizations have traditionally relied on the energy of face-to-face, copresent teams collaborating both formally and informally in meetings, cubicles, and corridors, and at watercoolers. The dynamic energy created…

13 most difficult-to-fill IT jobs

The lineup of toughest IT jobs to fill hasn’t changed much since last year, but one new factor might ease the situation in the months to come. Thanks to the work-from-home phenomenon, more people are…

A Look at Intel’s Approach to Remote Operation

Like most manufacturing companies Intel needed to take an initiative to figure out how to empower working from home without interrupting production throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In order for its factories to run safely, it…
Mergers & Acquisitions News

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Other News

Applied Materials Announces Executive Change

Applied Materials, Inc. today announced that Dan Durn, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), is departing the company on Oct. 15 to become the CFO at Adobe Inc. Former Applied Materials CFO Bob…

What Are the Different Features of a Spacesuit?

Spacesuits are, essentially, personalized spaceships that keep astronauts protected from the harsh environment of space. These important pieces of gear provide the basic resources we need from Earth’s atmosphere: water to drink, oxygen to breathe,…

Elon Musk Says Chip Shortage Only ‘Short Term’

Tesla boss Elon Musk on Friday said that a global semiconductor shortage hitting car firms especially hard would be overcome soon. The chip drought is “short term, I think,” the billionaire said in an appearance…
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