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JOHN PALLAZOLA

A 1987 graduate of Tufts University, John started in supply chain management in 1989. Over the years he gained an expertise in excess management, kitting and inventory control. He was the first to create the EPIC (Excess Placement and Inventory Control) supply chain management system. In 1995 he started a new division of a small start-up (MGI) which was acquired by Azego. That became the basis for one of the only publicly traded independent distributors in the world. He eventually attained the position of VP/Director of Pan-American Operations prior to branching off and starting Earthtron LLC.
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Micron MT25QL128ABA8ESF-0SIT Stock & Availability from EarthTron

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Nov 1, 2017 2:26:46 PM

Micron NOR Flash Memory Stock & Availability from EarthTron
All parts factory sealed with traceability.
 
 
MT25QL128ABA8ESF-0SIT In Stock
 

Quantity: 8,640 pcs STOCK

Price: $5.90/each USD

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: Email Us or Call Us 1-800-322-2130 

NOR Flash Serial-SPI 3V 128Mbit 128M/64M/32M 1bit/2bit/4bit 6ns 16-Pin SOP-II

Available in 2-3 days

   

Or click the button below to submit a fast RFQ:

Submit RFQ: MT25QL128ABA8ESF-0SIT 

 

  

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Topics: Micron Flash, Flash Memory

Micron NOR Flash Memory

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Nov 1, 2017 9:30:00 AM

Micron NOR Flash Memory
All parts factory sealed with traceability.

 

MT25QL256ABA8E12-1SIT

Quantity: 150,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $2.28/pc

QLJS MICRON NOR FLASH 64MX4 PLASTIC PBF TBGA 3.0V MASS STORAGE IND TEMP


 

N25Q256A13E1240E

Quantity: 150,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $2.79/pc

NOR Flash Serial-SPI 3V/3.3V 256Mbit 32M x 8bit 8ns 24-Pin TBGA Tray


 

MT25QL128ABA8ESF-0SIT

Quantity: 114,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $6.90/pc

NOR Flash Serial-SPI 3V 128Mbit 128M/64M/32M 1bit/2bit/4bit 6ns 16-Pin SOP-II

 

Click the button below to submit a RFQ for Micron Flash Memory 

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Topics: Micron Flash, Flash Memory

Intel FPGA MAX II Family Available EPM1270T144C4N and EPM570T100C5N

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 31, 2017 8:19:53 AM

Intel FPGA MAX II Family
All parts factory sealed with traceability.

The MAX II CPLD family is a non-volatile, instant-on programmable logic family using an industry-first CPLD architecture that allows you to reduce system power, space, and price.

Applications:

  • Power-up sequencing
  • System configuration
  • I/O expansion
  • Interface bridging
 

EPM1270T144C4N

Quantity: 1189pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $19.80/pc

CPLD MAX II Family 980 Macro Cells 247.5MHz 0.18um Technology 2.5V/3.3V 144-Pin TQFP


 

EPM1270F256C5N

Quantity: 2287pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $17.50/pc

FBGA IC EPM1270F256C5N


EP4SGX530KH40C3N

Quantity: 145pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3890.00/pc

IC FPGA 744 I/O 1517HBGA


 

EPM570T100C5N

Quantity: 5643pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $12.25/pc

CPLD Max II EPM570T100C5N TQFP100



 

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Topics: FPGA

Intel FPGA and Micron Memory From Earthtron

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 30, 2017 12:46:00 PM

Intel FPGA and Micron Flash Memory 
All parts are factory sealed with tractability. 
 

Intel FPGA Offers:

 

EP3C5E144C8N

Quantity: 2567pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $12.70/pc

FPGA Cyclone III Family 5136 Cells 402MHz 65nm Technology 1.2V 144-Pin EQFP EP

 

EPM570T100C5N

Quantity: 1767pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $12.70/pc

CPLD Max II EPM570T100C5N TQFP100

 

Click the button below to submit a RFQ for Intel FPGA:

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Micron Memory:
 

MT29C8G96MAZBBDJV-48 IT

Quantity: 18,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $9.45/pc

Combo Mem 512Mx16 Flash + 128Mx32 LPDDR SDRAM 1.8V 168-Pin VFBGA

 

MT18KSF1G72PDZ-1G6P1

Quantity: 400pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $138.00/pc

MODULE DDR3L SDRAM 8GB 240RDIMM

 

MT29TZZZ8D5JKEZB-107 W.95Q

Quantity: 20,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $13.85/pc

Combo Mem 8Gx8 MLC NAND eMMC + 256Mx32 Mobile LPDDR3 SDRAM 3.3V 221-Pin WFBGA

 

MT41K128M16V89C3WC1

Quantity: 90,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3.75/pc

 DDR3 2G DIE 128MX

 

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Topics: FPGA, Micron Flash, Flash Memory, intel

Spray on Memory Enables Flexible Digital Storage

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 30, 2017 8:30:00 AM

USB flash drives are a common accessories in offices and school environments. But thanks to the rise in printable electronics, digital storage devices like these may soon be everywhere like on our groceries, medicine bottles and clothing.

Researchers have brought us closer to a future of low-cost, flexible electronics by creating a new "spray-on" digital memory device using only an aerosol jet printer and nanoparticle inks.

The device is the first fully-printed digital memory that would be suitable for practical use in simple electronics such as environmental sensors or RFID tags. And because it is jet-printed at relatively low temperatures, it could be used to build programmable electronic devices on bendable materials like paper, plastic or fabric.  

The researches have all of the parameters that would allow this to be used for a practical application, and they've even done their own little demonstration using LEDs.

At the core of the new device, which is about the size of a postage stamp, is a new copper-nanowire-based printable material that is capable of storing digital information.

 

The new material, made of silica-coated copper nanowires, encodes information not in states of charge but instead in states of resistance. By applying a small voltage, it can be switched between a state of high resistance, which stops electric current, and a state of low resistance, which allows current to flow. And the nanowires and the polymer can be dissolved in methanol, creating a liquid that can be sprayed through the nozzle of a printer.  

To create the device, they researchers first used commercially-available gold nanoparticle ink to print a series of gold electrodes onto a glass slide. He then printed the copper-nanowire memory material over the gold electrodes, and finally printed a second series of electrodes, this time in copper.

While these devices won't be storing digital photos or music any time soon, their memory capacity is much too small for that, they may be useful in applications where low cost and flexibility are key, the researchers say.

Example: Right now RFID tags just encode a particular produce number, and they are typically used for recording inventory. But increasingly people also want to record what environment that product felt -- such as, was this medicine always kept at the right temperature? One way these could be used would be to make a smarter RFID tags that could sense their environments and record the state over time.

If you have requirements on Memory click here to submit a request for quote:
 
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Topics: memory

New Memory and FPGA Offers

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 27, 2017 2:37:52 PM

Micron Flash Memory and FPGA Available from EarthTron
All parts are factory sealed with tractability. 
 
Micron Memory:
 
MT41K128M16JT-107:K

Quantity: 150,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3.45/pc

DRAM Chip DDR3L SDRAM 2G-Bit 128Mx16 1.35V 96-Pin F-BGA 

 

MT41K256M16TW-107:P

Quantity: 100,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $5.85/pc

DRAM Chip DDR3L SDRAM 4Gbit 256Mx16 1.35V 96-Pin FBGA

 

MT47H64M16NF-25E:M

Quantity: 50,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $1.85/pc

DRAM Chip DDR2 SDRAM 1G-Bit 64M x 16 1.8V 84-Pin FBGA

 

MT41K256M8DA-125:K

Quantity: 48,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $2.75/pc

DRAM Chip DDR3L SDRAM 2G-Bit 256Mx8 1.35V 78-Pin F-BGA

 

Click the button below to submit a RFQ for Micron Flash Memory 

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Intel FPGA Offers:

 

5SGXEA7K2F40I3N

Quantity: 275pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3800.00/pc

IC FPGA 696 I/O 1517FBGA 

 

5AGXFB3H4F35I5N

Quantity: 332pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $1250.00/pc

IC FPGA 544 I/O 1152FBGA

 

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Topics: FPGA, Micron Flash, Flash Memory, intel

Micron Flash Memory Offer From EarthTron

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 26, 2017 2:15:32 PM

Micron Flash Memory
All parts factory sealed with traceability.

 

MT29F32G08CBADAWP:D

Quantity: 100,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $4.75/pc


MT29F64G08CBABAWP

Quantity: 50,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $4.90/pc


MT41K128M16JT-125:K

Quantity: 100,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3.50/pc


 

MT41K128M16JT-125 IT:K

Quantity: 100,000pcs

Datecode: 17+

Pricing: USD $3.45/pc

 

Click the button below to submit a RFQ for Micron Flash Memory 

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How to get 8-10X Return on Surplus Electronic Components

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 25, 2017 8:37:00 AM


The average return for our customers is roughly 35% of the lowest disty price which is 8 to 10 times higher than what brokers typically bid on excess (.03 - .05 on the dollar)
 
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Topics: SURPLUS ELECTRONICS, Supply Chain

What is the Best Strategy for Q4 Electronic Component Excess?

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 24, 2017 4:03:55 PM

 
How can you get the full write off this year and still get the highest return for your surplus electronic components?
 

The majority of EMS, OEMs, and CMs do not have a dedicated crew to sell excess electronic components. Anyone who has ever tried knows that no Franchised Distributor is going to take back the leftover parts that they sold you. Often, the task usually falls back onto the buyer who initially purchased the parts to begin with. But wait a minute. You are a seasoned pro at procurement, not reselling! Still, you are the one it falls back on so here is a helpful list of pitfalls to avoid so you can MAXIMIZE your return and avoid the 5 biggest mistakes!

It's end of Q4/calendar year. Do you have inventory that your company needs to write off the books for 2017? Earthtron has a variety of programs that can enable you to get a 2017 write off while enjoying the benefit of a higher return on those parts in 2018. 

Earthtron will get you an immediate write-off, ensure that all parts are properly catalogued, packaged, and remarketed accordingly to enable the biggest returns on your surplus. We understand that not every company has the resources to have a dedicated team to sell their excess for them, and more often than not it collects dust and diminishes in value until gets thrown into the lap of the purchasing department. 

Utilize EarthTron LLC as your dedicated excess sales team. 

 

Click the button below to submit your excess inventory for a free inventory appraisal:

FREE INVENTORY  APPRAISAL

Act now to receive the best value for your unused electronic components.

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Topics: SURPLUS ELECTRONICS, excess

Biodegradable Electronics Help Reduce Their Ecological Footprint

Posted by JOHN PALLAZOLA

Oct 20, 2017 7:42:00 AM

Biodegradable electronics are electronic circuits and devices with a limited lifetime owing to their tendency to biodegrade. These devices are proposed to be useful in medical implants, and temporary communication sensors.
 
After a pre-defined operating life, the electronic components are completely broken down in a biological environment, are opening up new applications as well as ways for reducing their ecological footprint.
 
A new application area for these innovative electronic components for example is in active medical implants, after the expiration of their operating life are resorbed by tissue, which spares the patient a second surgery to remove the device.
 
Funding for the project has started through its in-house program. The goal of the project is the development of essential components for biodegradable electronic parts that can be employed for example in an implant.
 
This includes:
  • biodegradable conductor structures
  • biodegradable electrodes for collecting electrical signals or delivering electrical stimulation
  • biodegradable thin-film transistors and circuitry
  • biodegradable barrier coatings as moisture and gas barriers, and electrical insulation layers
 
These elements will be monolithically integrated into a flexible thin-film device.
 
Deposition of magnesium via thermal evaporation under high vacuum conditions is being used as an enabling technology for this purpose. Magnesium is known for being a biodegradable and biologically compatible metal that is already used in clinical environments as an absorbable implant material.
 

Biodegradable electronics have the potential to go far beyond collecting medical data. These components could be used in places where surveys cover large areas in remote locations. Here is an example: where biodegradable electronics are dropped by airplane over a forest to survey the landscape. You don’t want to contaminate the environment so we need something that can be decomposed. Instead of plastic littering the forest floor, the sensors would biodegrade away.

As the number of electronics increase, biodegradability will become more important. We have tons of computers and cell phones already and we generate millions and billions of cell phones, and it’s hard to decompose that number of electronics when the new model comes out, the old gets tossed aside. The hope is that researches can develop some materials that can be decomposed so there is less waste.

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