Weekly Brief


Weekly Brief

Thursday, January 14,2021

Feature of the Week

The U.S. companies are the leaders of 5G technology and have created virtually all the advanced semiconductors essential for AI and big data that powers supercomputers and Internet data centers.  Read more
KLA Corporation develops industry-leading equipment and services that enable innovation throughout the electronics industry.  Read more
Smart automated systems employ FDC systems to detect production anomalies, outliers in machine parameters, and sensing data, to avoid problems in product reliability and performance losses.  Read more


By Joe Tenczar, CIO & Partner, 3CIOs  
I learned long ago that if you don’t understand “why” something is being done, you have little chance of succeeding.  Read more
By Steve Garske, Ph.D., Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA)  
As an IT leader, there is inherent risk in asking clinicians to jump through more hoops in order to meet another federal initiative, such as Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE).  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Patrick Sullivan, CTO & Founder and David Kenyon, CEO & President,   
ElevATE is a leading supplier of innovative, low power, high density components for the design of next generation Automated Test Equipment (ATE). With a proven track record of consistently delivering the highest density, lowest power solutions...  Read more
By Ivan Delevic, President & CEODr. Martin Roche, Founder & Chief Medical Officer,   
Develops intelligent orthopedic devices and data services that provide quantitative feedback to surgeons and hospitals  Read more
By Kirk Wolff, President,   
An electronics and software engineering firm with expertise in consulting and whole product development  Read more

CXO Insights

By Sandeep Sovani, Global Director-Automotive Industry, ANSYS  
Advancements in automotive technology are widely transforming the complex automobiles that are undergoing redesign process.  Read more
By Hank Kafka, VP-Access Architecture and Devices, AT&T  
5G networks are expected to build on and extend the architectural concepts.  Read more