Tech news tagged ‘business leaders’

Q5 interview – Steve Rawlins, Anglia

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the CEO of semiconductors, passives and e-mech distributor Anglia.Steve Rawlins gives his view of the components market as it faces up to the challenges of an economic slowdown. He also talks about Europe becoming more attractive as a location for…

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Q5 interview – Mark Robinson, Advanced Power Components

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the CEO at component distributor Advanced Power Components.Mark Robinson talks to Electronics Weekly about consolidation in the market, the opportunities facing UK-based electronics companies, and the importance of skills in a downturn…The five questions this week are:1. How…

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Q5 interview – Mike Farese, BitWave Semiconductor

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the president and CEO of BitWave Semiconductor, the software radio company.Mike Farese talks about the impact of software radio on mobile phone design, the biggest challenge for wireless device manufacturers, and whether software radio can ultimately replace hardware radio transceiver designs…

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Q5 interview – Simon Calder, Cambridge Mechatronics

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the CEO of Cambridge Mechatronics.Simon Calder talks to Electronics Weekly about the place of semiconductor start-ups in the UK, the absence of a high-tech skills shortage, and how to encourage students to consider careers in electronics design.The five…

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Q5 interview – Mike Lloyd, ML Electronics

The latest Q5 interview is with Mike Lloyd is managing director of Wiltshire-based design services company ML Electronics. He reveals his thoughts on UK design houses, lower-cost rivals from China and India, and the possible impact of mixed-signal arrays. The five short sharp questions this week are…

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Q5 interview – James Foster, XMOS Semiconductor

The latest Q5 interview is with James Foster, CEO of XMOS Semiconductor, the Bristol-based developer of proprietary semiconductor IP.

He reveals his thoughts on what makes Bristol an ideal location for a semiconductor start-up, the shortage of high-tech skills in the UK, and what he would say…

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