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Big out of sync. While the US government is actively helping Ukraine, some American firms have supplied weapons electronics to the Russian

Oleksandr Dubilet Financial and banking expert, founder of the “Total Isolation of Russia” initiative However, while Washington allocates substantial monthly tranches to buttress Ukraine’s economy, American businesses continue to trade with Russia. Moscow’s army is destroying Ukrainian infrastructure, which requires even more money to repair it. It’s a thoroughly Ouroboros-like dynamics. One case which is worth paying attention to, is that according to the Royal United Institute for Defense Research (RUSI), American companies Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, and others, supplied large volumes of electronics, integrated circuits and other electronic components to the Design Bureau of Navigation Systems (DB Navis), in 2017-2021. Those were sold through intermediaries – probably to circumvent U.S. export restrictions. Although DB Navis is not included in the U.S. sanctions list, it produces critical technological components for the Russian military industry. Return to a neighboring country Surprisingly, DB Navis positions itself as a manufacturer of civilian goods. But, as usual, where there are tractors – there are tanks. RUSI experts are confident that the enterprise produces critical technologies for Russia’s missile production program and works closely with the government. Basically, DB Navis is a leading Russian enterprise specializing in the designing of products that use GLONASS and GPS signals, including navigation equipment for marine, aviation, and other uses. In particular: Navigation equipment CH-99, used in Russian 9M727 (Iskander systems) cruise missiles and Kh-101 (long-range strategic air-to-ground missile); Navigation systems BRIZ-KM-I. This type of device is widely used by the Russian military and especially intelligence officers to accurately determine their own location and estimate coordinates for targeting artillery and air strikes. Products made by DB Navis have clearly become a component in Russia’s preparations for the invasion of Ukraine. In 2019 alone, 72.6% of the company’s contracts came from the Russian Ministry of Defense (worth RUB3.5 billion rubles – $55 million). Story continues Dear American Friends The Iskander missiles wouldn’t be accurate if the Navis Design Bureau didn’t use the intellectual and technological resources of U.S. companies. Deliveries from Analog Devices and Texas Instruments were carried out through intermediary companies based in Switzerland, Israel, China, and Malaysia. In nine out of ten cases, the logistics supply chain from the United States to Russia passed through Swiss company NVS Technologies AG. It has a very close relationship with Russia, as its CEO, Vasily Engeltsberg, is also a co-founder of DB Navis and owns more than 8% of its shares. Another co-founder of the Russian company, Valery Babakov (owns more than 29% of the company), worked as the chief designer of consumer navigation equipment at Almaz-Antey, a company that is being supplied with equipment from U.S. firms Nvidia, Indium, Zoller, Walter, and Techlub, Swiss Blaser Swisslube, and UK GARANT. Currently, DB Navis is not included in the list of sanctioned companies. Therefore, one assumes the supply chain is set up through intermediaries to avoid the export restrictions of certain types of military and dual-use technologies. Dear American Friends, part two The Design Bureau of Navigation Systems isn’t the only Russian enterprise that U.S. industrialists from Analog Devices and Texas Instruments help stay technologically relevant. In particular, the latter has become the largest supplier of components for Iskander missiles and has even found a way to sell parts for Iranian Shahed-136 kamikaze drones. Meanwhile, Analog Devices likely supplied its products to the Russian Research and Production Association Izhevsk Unmanned Systems, which makes the Tachyon drone, used by Moscow’s troops to correct artillery fire in the field. But Tachyon isn’t the only thing they got. Analog Devices actively sold its products to the sub-sanctioned Sozvezdie (Russian for “constellation”) holding company. And even here, Ukraine and Russia are completely different: in our country, we have a theater called Constellation, while in Russia it is an enterprise that produces military multifunctional complex Borisoglebsk-2. Researchers discovered its control module contains U.S.-made components. The Russian army uses Borisoglebsk-2 primarily for radio reconnaissance and communications jamming. Essentially, this system detects and jams various communication channels used by Ukraine’s Armed Forces. The first eight Borisoglebsk-2 units were handed over to the Russian army in 2013. After the illegal occupation and annexation of Crimea, production didn’t stop, and since 2015 it has even has accelerated! And this is despite the fact that in 2014 Sozvezdie was included in the U.S. sanctions list (SDN-List), prohibiting U.S. entities from doing business with it. But that didn’t stop the suits from Analog Devices. RUSI experts examined Borisoglebsk-2’s electronic components and found parts from Analog Devices in the R-330BMV jamming station of this complex, in particular – an analog-to-digital converter and a broadband receiving signal processor. The company supplied components to the Russian military after 2014. Meaning, Analog Devices has likely violated the U.S. sanctions regime. Themis is invited to speak out Lawyers from our Total Isolation of Russia initiative have already filed a complaint against Analog Devices with the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). U.S. Treasury’s OFAC is responsible for planning and implementing economic and trade sanctions against adversarial states like Russia. Lawyers also filed a similar application against Intel Corporation. They also filed an application with the European Commission against the French company SAFRAN, which was noted for the supply of sensor modules and high-precision laser rangefinders for the Russian army. The European Commission, in response to our appeal, took control of the investigation of sanctions violations by this enterprise. When I founded Total Isolation of Russia, I set a clear goal: to achieve the heaviest legal, financial and reputational punishment for foreign firms that boldly make money on the supply of equipment for the Russian army. Step by step, methodically and persistently, we are doing everything to ensure that their actions do not go unpunished. Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine

Molex Predicts Rapid Increase in Applications Using Real-Time Data to Drive Biggest Advancements across Electronics Ecosystem

Actionable data insights ignite major innovations in automotive, consumer devices, data centers and connected healthcare applications Artificial intelligence, AR/VR, digital twins, sensors and machine learning enriched by proliferation of new data sources Increased investments in edge computing and Industry 4.0 platforms needed to alleviate the strain of data-driven applications on IT infrastructures LISLE, Ill., Nov. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Molex, a global electronics leader and connectivity innovator, today offered its 2023 industry predictions fueled by the increased investment in applications using real-time data to propel major advancements across automotive, consumer devices, data center and connected healthcare markets. The emergence of powerful applications, such as artificial intelligence, AR/VR, digital twins, sensors and machine learning, benefit from connected data to deliver unprecedented customer value, starting with product design and ideation and extending to supply chain intelligence, advanced manufacturing and fulfillment. “The collection of rich data has produced initial waves of highly-intelligent, specific applications that are transforming entire industry segments while creating a glut of information that causes bandwidth and latency issues,” said Lily Yeung, VP at Molex Ventures. “As more applications for AI, AR/VR and IoT sensors emerge, we expect pressure for faster cloud-computing speeds and edge-computing solutions that move data processing and computational storage closer to the edge of high-speed networks. Additionally, we see a continued push for 5G, diagnostic wearables and electrification, which will contribute to ever-increasing amounts of data that must be collected, calibrated and shared across a multitude of smart devices and platforms.” Molex also forecasts a rise in cross-functional data collection to support integrated demand planning and end-to-end supply chain visibility across the electronics ecosystem. Integrated risk insights will boost logistics visibility, recovery and transportation while digital twins will play a major role in improving supply chain visibility, agility and performance. These trends, among others, will accelerate the pace of market-specific innovations in 2023, including: Automotive applications put data front-and-center Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) will depend on data from a constellation of sensors, from cameras and LIDAR systems to AI applications that analyze data, identify road hazards and present information in intuitive, integrated displays. Automakers will make prescriptive moves to enable Level 2 and Level 3 Autonomy. Interest and investment will be concentrated on mass-market adoption of Level 2 and Level 3 Autonomy. Major investments in battery management, zonal architectures and EV charging stations will dominate. Emerging demand for Infrastructure advancements is expected to escalate over the next 12-to-18 months, which also will place greater emphasis on the need for intelligent sensors and high-speed connectors. Industrial metaverse will impact development of consumer devices and IIoT solutions AR/VR will leverage early success in the industrial sector, giving consumers a hint of what’s to come. It won’t be mainstream for five more years, but new offerings from Apple, Meta and others will illuminate the vision of what the near future will hold. Investments in Industrial IoT will grow, thanks to strong use cases in industrial settings. IoT in factory and other industrial settings – such as robotics and AI—will see a surge in usage, as businesses roll out investments made over the last few years. Supply chains for consumer devices will diversify to keep pace with market dynamics. Supply chains for mobile devices will continue to expand away from China, and will accelerate, resulting in incremental investment from major U.S. and even Chinese device-makers into India. Data center investments will continue to focus on processing speed and capacity An insatiable appetite for computational processing speed and storage capacity continues. The explosion of IoT and applications for consumer and business sectors will create a major macro trend for more robust compute and storage capabilities. Edge computing will grab the largest share of investments. The migration toward Extended Reality (XR) will move data processing to the edge, allowing inferencing to happen more in real time to match performance expectations. Demand for personalized/customized healthcare solutions will dominate Continued blurring of consumer vs. regulated products creates challenges. Providers of wearable diagnostics and the use of tracking applications for fitness, mental health and other applications must navigate the regulatory environment, which requires specialized expertise. Data privacy and security remain top priorities. Remote patient monitoring is becoming less about connectivity and more about actionable real-time information analysis, especially amid persistent privacy and security sensitivities. Mental-health diagnostic applications emerge. Post-Covid emphasis on well-being has opened the door wider for mental health diagnostic solutions. About Molex Molex is a global electronics leader committed to making the world a better, more-connected place. With presence in more than 40 countries, Molex enables transformative technology innovation in the automotive, data center, industrial automation, healthcare, 5G, cloud and consumer device industries. Through trusted customer and industry relationships, unrivaled engineering expertise, and product quality and reliability, Molex realizes the infinite potential of Creating Connections for Life. For more information, visit www.molex.com. View original content to download multimedia:https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/molex-predicts-rapid-increase-in-applications-using-real-time-data-to-drive-biggest-advancements-across-cheap electronics-ecosystem-301679593.html SOURCE Molex Incorporated

Adorama knocks up to 68% off electronics during Black Friday Now Sale

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