McCloskey is president, Electronic Industries Association
, Arlington, VA.
EIF is the not-for-profit foundation of the Electronic Industries Association
, the major trade organization representing electronics manufacturers in the United States.
According to the Electronic Industries Association
of Japan, domestic shipments of liquid crystal TVs totaled some 440,000 units in 1998, accounting for 4% of total TV shipments.
Each broadcaster and manufacturer will provide HDTV with $15 million, while the balance is to be given by CEMA, a sector of the Electronic Industries Association
McCloskey, CAE, president, Electronic Industries Association
, concurred: "Companies get defensive because cleanup expectations are unrealistic and too costly.
Drug stores have made the move from software to hardware," says Electronic Industries Association
vice president of communications Tom Lauterback.
2 B, according to preliminary figures released by the Electronic Industries Association
The Electronic Industries Association
conducts technology awareness studies and has discovered that consumers are more likely to be aware of intriguing VR headset products, which have been almost nonexistent in the marketplace, than they are of the settop boxes present in the homes of almost 70 percent.
For such organizations as the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association or the Electronic Industries Association
, both of Washington, D.
In addition to wireless infrastructure equipment, the MicroFlex cabinet's industry-standard form factor can also house any Electronic Industries Association
(EIA) 19-inch or 23-inch standard equipment, further extending the flexibility of the cabinet, and enabling operators to diversify their operations by housing lightweight mobile data center equipment.
associations sent a mountain of donated items to the Persian Gulf to cheer the GIs: 11,300 portable AM/FM radios from the Electronic Industries Association
, Washington, D.
The recently announced reorganization of the Electronic Industries Association
(EIA) enables the Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association (ECA) to more directly focus resources on programs that benefit the industry, according to James R.