Indian ODM continues to grow - adds new SMT lines
Electronics engineering and manufacturing company VDN Technologies is continuing its growth path and expands its manufacturing capacity by adding new SMT lines.
IC Insights raises its 2021 IC market forecast to +24% The analysts at IC Insights expects the global IC market to exceed USD 500 billion for the first time in 2021.
Component shortage - an evaluation of the situation The component shortage takes control of most processes in the electronics industry. As Head of Strategic Purchasing at EMS service provider A+B Electronic, Marcus Hartwig has to deal with the subject on a daily basis. “To say the time is about to run out, that would have been right six months ago. It is high time.”
S.D.A appointed Yamaha agent for Slovakia and Czech Yamaha Motor Europe Factory Automation section has announced a distribution agreement with Slovakia-based S.D.A. s.r.o. to extend sales and customer support for Yamaha industrial robots in Slovakia and Czech Republic.
Meyer Burger secures €185 million to expand cell capacity The Meyer Burger group closes a syndicated loan agreement for EUR 125 million and a factoring agreement for EUR 60 million. The debt financing of EUR 185 million serves to expand the annual production capacity to reach 1.4 GW of solar cells in Thalheim (Bitterfeld-Wolfen), Germany and 1 GW of modules in Freiberg, Germany.
Sponsored content by ICAPE GroupICAPE Group Service Office in Asia In a context where traveling can be difficult, finding a good partner for your production of electronics parts can be a real challenge. With its unique organization and a Headquarters in China where all the key services are located close to the factories and fully operational, ICAPE Group provides a global solution.
IDC forecasts Solid Growth for HDD and SSD markets International Data Corporation (IDC) says that while both the HDD and SSD markets were affected the COVID-19 pandemic, the outlook looks good as demand for storage remains strong in multiple areas.
Camtek keeps on trucking Since the beginning of April, Camtek Ltd has received orders for inspection and metrology systems totaling about USD 60 million, predominantly for advanced packaging and front-end applications.
SEMI calls for US and EU cooperation on technology and trade SEMI is calling for closer cooperation on technology and trade between the European Union and the United States ahead of a meeting of European Commission and U.S. government officials.
Sponsored content by congatec AGLow-power flagship for artificial intelligence congatec is expanding its SMARC platform with a new module with an NXP i.MX 8M Plus processor especially for embedded AI applications. Thanks to the extensive ecosystem with application-ready 3.5-inch carrier board, Basler cameras, and AI software stack, fast proof of concept is possible.
IDELEC and ICAPE Group join forces! In early June, DELEC, a company specialising in the negotiation of PCBs, technical parts, sub-assemblies, and tools, joined ICAPE Group. The company, based in Annecy, in France will strengthen the presence of the ICAPE Group.
Magnachip receives an unsolicited offer South Korean display and power solutions company Magnachip Semiconductor Corporation, confirms that the company has received an unsolicited proposal from a group of investors to acquire all outstanding shares in the company.
Xilinx acquires Silexica to broaden its developer base Xilinx has acquired Silexica, a privately-held provider of C/C++ programming and analysis tools.
A fire-fighting robot developed in Sweden - by Scanfil Realisator Robotics has, together with Scanfil and in close cooperation with the larger Swedish Rescue Services and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), developed a fire-fighting robot Fumo.
Sponsored content by Shenzen Kinwong ElectronicThe development trend of printed circuit board products and Kinwong's solution With the rapid development of electronic technology in recent years, printed circuit board (PCB) products are pursuing higher heat dissipation capabilities, with high voltage and high current characteristics, and are developing towards high-density interconnection technology (HDI).
Crypto mining - key to Nvidia overtaking Broadcom in 1Q21 While foundry capacities remained tight, prompting IC design companies to compete over limited foundry capacities in order to fulfill rising demand for various end devices, the top 10 IC design (fabless) companies posted remarkable revenues in 1Q21, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Indian lockdown extended - Incap continues to ramp up The current lockdown in Karnataka, India has been extended until 21 June, which means that EMS provider Incap will continue to operate its indian factories according to the government guidelines and while still preparing to resume full operations once the restrictions are removed.
Polestar and SK Inc sign MoU Swedish electric performance car company Polestar is exploring a wide-ranging alliance with SK Inc, South Korea’s third largest industrial holding company, to advance its development of high-performance electric cars.
Hellmann invests in New Zealand for Techtronic Industries The full-service provider Hellmann Worldwide Logistics announces a EUR 28 million lease and development investment with Auckland Airport to establish a new 19'200 square metre ambient warehousing complex dedicated to multinational manufacturer Techtronic Industries (TTI).
SAR converter with PGA achieves dynamic range of 125 dB Question: Could a 16-bit SAR converter application reach a dynamic range of 125 dB at 600 kSPS?
Graphics DRAM contract prices to rise by 8-13% QoQ in 3Q21 TrendForce’s latest investigations find considerable discrepancy between prices for graphics DRAM products in the contract market and in the spot market. Quotes for graphics DRAM products continue to rise in the contract market as the severe undersupply situation persists.
Boyd expands footprint with facility in Vietnam Boyd Corporation is increasing its presence in Asia with the expansion of its design and manufacturing facility in Bac Ninh, Vietnam.
Swedish EMS provider invest in Chinese operations Swedish EMS provider Hanza says it sees an increased need for manufacturing close to the market in China and moves to new, larger premises. Furthermore, the electronics division is expanded through investments of approximately SEK 10 million (about EUR 1 million).
Scanfil updates its outlook for 2021 The EMS provider says that due to strong customer demand, the company is revising its turnover and adjusted operating profit outlook for 2021.
Siemens acquires Nextflow Software Siemens to integrate Nextflow Software’s meshless CFD technology into the Xcelerator software portfolio for fast and automated analysis of complex applications with transient flows and motion.
ICsense continuous growth and invests to support mass production ICsense, a TDK company and subsidiary that focuses on ASIC supply and custom IC design services, is scaling up its bench test facilities by 40% and installing in-house ATE (Automated Test Equipment) facilities to uniquely offer its customers mass production-ready ASICs.
AT&S sets up manufacturing in Malaysia AT&S selected Malaysia as its first manufacturing location in Southeast Asia. The company's new campus will be built in the Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah, about 350 kilometers north of the capital Kuala Lumpur, and will be used for the production of IC substrates.
SK Innovation to expand EV battery manufacturing in Europe SK Innovation succeeded in receiving a USD 500 million green loan from the Export-Import Bank of Korea for the investment in the second EV battery manufacturing plant in Komárom, Hungary.Load more news