WASHINGTON — The 90-day moving average sales of semiconductors worldwide reached $36.8 billion in February, up 21% from 2017.

Read more: Semiconductor Sales Rise 21% YoY In February

BANNOCKBURN, IL – Total North American printed circuit board shipments in February were up 8.8% year-over-year, says IPC. Year to date, shipments were up 9.3% compared to the same period last year. Sequentially, February shipments decreased 0.9%.

Read more: Feb. N. American PCB Shipments Up 9%

BANNOCKBURN, IL — IPC's first-quarter global electronics industry survey shows worldwide business environment scores as positive and strengthening.

Read more: Electronics Industry Growth Projected to Top 2017, IPC Says

MILPITAS, CA – North America-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted $2.41 billion in billings worldwide in February (three-month average basis), according to SEMI, up 22.2% year-over-year and 1.7% sequentially.

Read more: February N. American Semi Equipment Billings Up 22%

HAMPSHIRE, UK – Connected clothing will become a $1 billion industry in 2020, the fastest growing wearables sector, growing at a 102% CAGR over the next two years, says Juniper Research.

Read more: Connected Clothing to Grow at 102% CAGR to Become $1B Industry in 2020

TAIPEI, TAIWAN – The top three server DRAM suppliers are progressing toward the specification of 32GB RDIMM, and first quarter quotes offered by server DRAM suppliers will grow 4% sequentially to ensure sales by favorable prices.

Read more: Q1 Server DRAM Supplier Quotes to Grow 4%

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