their game plan is to throw as many part types as they can against the
wall and see which ones stick
it works for them because the real money is in very high volume for
which there is usually enough planning and time
for the smaller guys ...

Dennis Saputelli

Bagotronix Tech Support wrote:
> 
> > one last thought on this
> > it may not matter what footprint you use because when you really get
> > rolling and really need the chips they won't be available
> > it is Maxim you know :)
> >
> 
> Yeah, they stink when it comes to parts availability.  Their parts are
> great, if you can get 'em.  I try to avoid Maxim like the plague for this
> reason, but sometimes they've got the right part and no one else does.  Now
> that they have acquired Dallas, will they infect that product line with
> "unobtanium" too?
> 
> Why don't they take some of that enormous profit margin and build some more
> fabs?  I wonder how much business they have lost because of poor parts
> availability.  I wonder if they wonder!
> 
> Best regards,
> Ivan Baggett
> Bagotronix Inc.
> website:  www.bagotronix.com

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