While having your manufacturer source components for you might seem like the fastest and cheapest option, some difficulties can arise. After a bad experience with counterfeit components, we began sourcing our own components and never looked back. Counterfeit parts are common and incredibly difficult to detect. Having good control over your sources is absolutely essential if you have tight performance or security specifications. Read on to find out more!
When Fitbit was first developed neither of its creators had PCB design or manufacturing experience, and they immediately ran into major problems. They ultimately wanted a product that comes in a small package, which meant that proper PCB layout was critical for success. Read on to learn more!
We’re excited to announce the release of Altium Vault 2.5, with a number of new features for component management, data management, project collaboration, and infrastructure management. Read on to explore all of the new features!
With components forming the building blocks of our PCB designs, it becomes more important than ever to build and maintain a rich PCB design library. Learn about the 6 things you need to have in your team’s PCB design library.
Yesterday we released Altium Vault 2.0. As Nikolay mentioned, organizations using the Altium Vault Server with Subscription are eligible to upgrade to Altium Vault 2.0. After you’ve contacted your Sales & Support Center, the next thing you’ll wonder about is just how do you go about migrating your data to the new Altium Vault 2.0.