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Latest EE Times coverage of Japan quake

3/21/2011 05:52 PM EDT
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john-z
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john-z   3/28/2011 8:57:22 AM
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Sanjib.A   3/26/2011 4:42:04 PM
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Which electronic components (such as IC, memories etc.) are the worst hit by the production/supply interruption due to the unfortunate event? Also, how long it might take to recover completely?

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GaryP   3/26/2011 3:11:15 PM
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This is a pretty good list. How about some OEM coverage for AMAT and TEL? What's the impact on parts supplies over the next quarter?

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elctrnx_lyf   3/26/2011 8:41:09 AM
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Tsunami and the earthquake have left Japan with lot of problems to deal with, but the japanese has also have huge number of industries and showing the impavt on the complere global electronic products.

Mark Wehrmeister
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Mark Wehrmeister   3/22/2011 4:42:50 AM
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Thanks for the recap of the excellent eeTimes coverage of this devastating event.

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