Maintaining the integrity of the supply chain is paramount to us. We back this up with industry-leading quality control and certification.
Why does component obsolescence happen?
An electronic component becomes obsolete when it is no longer available from the original manufacturer to the original specification. It can cause major headaches because electronics are often designed to use that specific component.
The rate of component obsolescence keeps pace with the pace of technological advancement. Key components can quickly become obsolete – they are announced as being at the ‘end-of-life’ (EOL), meaning that they will no longer be produced to that specification.
Obsolescence management must become a key part of supply chain management for clients, to ensure that they are not caught out by a sudden EOL announcement.
How Best to Combat Obsolescence?
Here at Rebound we have invested heavily in a deep spread of supply worldwide to support our clients with new sources and availability without compromising our quality.
In 2019 we created a new Asia focussed authorised line card focusing specifically on lesser-known Chinese and Taiwanese brands. Our line card offers a broad technology mix covering a wide range of applications. It is designed to offer our clients more cost-effective alternatives to Tier 1 brands which are now under lead time pressure as well as offering a viable alternative on our customers with the advent of aggressive obsolescence from major Manufacturers.
Working With You As a Partner
With over 18 years’ experience in the market, we’re able to use our knowledge to provide an upfront analysis for the best alternatives on offer, before it becomes a problem.
Quality is Key
Our vigorous quality processes are implemented in all our global logistics centres, allowing us to source and deliver the highest quality obsolete products to our clients when they need it.
Rebound can support your obsolescence strategy
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