Pioneering Through-Life Support for Electronic Components
Astute Electronics has reshaped the landscape of electronic components’ through-life support.
Tail-End Spend Management
Vendor Reduction Programs
Lowering Acquisition Costs
Astute focuses on smart strategies to cut acquisition costs without compromising on quality, ensuring maximum value for our partners.
De-Risking Supply Chains
Through a combination of strategic sourcing and market insights, we mitigate risks, guaranteeing a smooth and uninterrupted supply chain, to cement our position as the partner of choice.
Reducing Time to Market
Time is an asset. Our agile approach and expertise ensure products hit the market promptly, with fewer hiccups or delays.
“Trust Astute to guide you through the lifecycle of electronic components, exploring solutions that elevate your systems.”
CEO – Astute Group
Take advantage of Astute’s world leading counterfeit avoidance program. Trusted by life-critical device manufacturers for decades.
Our proactive and constant approach to obsolescence management helps to extend the service life of your equipment and avoid early redundancy.
Groundbreaking USB-C Technology from Pulsiv and Astute Electronics Signals the End of Bulky Wall Chargers
Astute Electronics is launching a world-first in power electronics – a revolutionary USB-C 65W charging module so compact and energy-efficient it can be integrated within wall sockets, simultaneously powering several devices without requiring multiple chargers and even eliminating bulky laptop chargers.
DRAM market boom, set to soar in ’24
The market for DRAM (Dynamic Random-Access Memory) chips is experiencing remarkable growth. According to market research firm TechInsights, global DRAM sales jumped a staggering 79% year-on-year in the week ending February 16th, 2024. This surge is echoed in the 13-week moving average, which also reflects a 79% year-on-year increase.
Rising shipping costs adding to core inflation
Fitch Ratings warns that rising shipping costs, triggered by disruptions in the Red Sea, will add to inflationary pressures, although the impact is likely to be less severe than the 2021 surge.