Supply Chain Challenges | Real Talk Ft. Stephen Morris From Rochester Electronics Part 1/3 | Ep 25

Up Next: Tun In to Part 2/3 Ft. Ken Greenwood, Technical Sales Manager EMEA for Rochester Electronics “Obsolescence Management” launches tomorrow April 1, 2021!

On this episode of Real Talk with Rob Tavi, we kick off an exciting three part series ft. Rochester Electronics digging in to the semiconductor shortages, supply chain challenges, obsolescence management and anti-counterfeiting over the next 3 days! Tune in to discover insight from industry leader and General Manager/EMEA for Rochester Electronics, Stephen Morris in this episode covering current supply chain challenges and how authorized distributors play a key role in reviving the market.

Stephen Morris heads the EMEA region at Rochester Electronics. Responsible for all elements of international sales, operations, human resources, and marketing in the region, he has been instrumental in driving and growing the EMEA business successfully in the last 5 years.

Stephen is passionate about creating a culture of service excellence and believes that great people are critical to business success. With over 20 years in the semiconductor industry, Stephen has experience within global manufacturing organizations, pan-European distribution, and OEM technology-based start-ups. Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree in Electronics from the University of Strathclyde.

Rochester Electronics is the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors–100% Authorized by over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. As an original manufacturer stocking distributor, Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing more than 200,000-part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors and broadest range of active semiconductors.

As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured over 20,000 device types. With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types. Rochester offers a full range of manufacturing services including Design, Wafer Processing, Assembly, Test, Reliability, and IP Archiving providing single solutions through to full turnkey manufacturing, enabling faster time-to-market.

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