Imec and Rapidus team up on advanced semiconductor technologies
Nanoelectronics research and innovation hub imec is teaming up with Rapidus, a newly founded semiconductor company in Japan, on advanced semiconductor technologies.
Smartphone production fell to about 289M units in 3Q22 According to TrendForce’s latest research, global smartphone production totaled around 289 million units for 3Q22, showing a slight QoQ drop of 0.9% and a YoY drop of 11%.
Apple to source US-made TSMC chips from Arizona TSMC’s investment in Arizona will grow to USD 40 billion and instead of one manufacturing fab in, the city will see a second fab from the Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer.
KOSTAL expands power electronics production with new plant KOSTAL is expanding its power electronics production into North America to meet the growing electric vehicle market with the construction of a new 262,000 square foot (21,000 square meter) plant in Querétaro, Mexico.
Intelligent Memory secures additional distribution muscles DRAM and Flash memory product supplier, Intelligent Memory (IM), is growing their distribution channel presence via a new distribution partnership in EMEA with Ineltek.
TSMC vows to bring 4,500 direct jobs to Arizona Arizona won't see just one new TSMC fab, but two. The semiconductor giant's two fabs in Arizona are expected to create an additional 10,000 high-paying high-tech jobs, including 4,500 direct TSMC jobs.
ams OSRAM closes the sale of Traxon Technologies ams OSRAM has closed the sale of the Traxon Technologies architectural lighting business to Prosperity Group.
ICAPE acquires Swedish PCB manufacturer MMAB Group French PCB supplier ICAPE Group is acquiring 100% of the shares in MMAB Group, one of only two Swedish PCB manufacturers left in the country.
Market predictions that will drive growth in the embedded electronics sector From Matter to how smart technology will come of age as it contributes hugely towards energy cost reduction, and handling continued supply chain pressures, ByteSnap Design embedded electronics engineers look at trends that will drive growth in the embedded electronics sector in 2023.
Canadian tech company partners with NEXTY Electronics ZeroKey, a technology company that develops large-scale 3D real-time location systems (RTLS), has partnered with NEXTY Electronics Corporation, Toyota Tsusho Group's electronics trading company.
ROHM team up with BASiC Semiconductor in new partnership ROHM Semiconductor and Shenzhen BASiC Semiconductor have entered into a strategic partnership agreement on SiC power devices for automotive applications.
Tyvak Nano Satellite completes purchase of Hentec/RPS Odyssey Florida-based nanosatellite provider, Tyvak Nano Satellite, has purchased a Hentec/RPS Odyssey 1325 robotic hot solder dip component lead tinning machine.
BorgWarner acquires Drivetek AG BorgWarner Inc. has acquired Drivetek AG. Headquartered in Switzerland, Drivetek offers engineering and product development services for inverters, electric drive solutions, and power electronics.
EU Chips Act: Are we one step closer to actual funding? The EU Chips Act addresses the current shortage of semiconductors in Europe. With the Chips Act, the EU aims to double its global market share in semiconductors from 10% to at least 20% by 2030 in order to ensure the EU's future technological sovereignty.
Evertiq Expo Tampere - positive vibes from the Finnish electronics industry On November 30, 2022 Evertiq made its way from Sweden over to our neighbour across the Baltic sea, this time for our second ever Evertiq Expo in Tampere, Finland.
Cisco heads to Barcelona with new design centre Barcelona might be famous for its football, but Cisco wants to design the next generation semiconductor devices here.
COVID continues to cause trouble for Foxconn Apple supplier Foxconn doesn't expect its plant in Zhengzhou, China – a city recently hit by a COVID outbreak – to resume full production until late December, or even early January.
Enterprise SSD revenue slid to $5.22 billion in 3Q22 – will fall by 20% in 4Q22 TrendForce reports that the recent easing of tight supply for components has led to rising shipments for enterprise servers.
GlobalWafers has broken ground on new Texas wafer fab Taiwanese silicon wafer manufacturer GlobalWafers, has officially broken ground on in newest 300 mm wafer fab – GlobalWafers America – in Sherman, Texas.
Aptiv completes the acquisition of Intercable Automotive Solutions Aptiv has completed its acquisition of an 85% equity stake in Intercable Automotive Solutions from Intercable S.r.l.
Swedish chip company inks deal with European satellite communications company Sivers Semiconductors' business unit, Sivers Wireless, has signed a strategic development agreement worth USD 16.4 million with a European satellite communications company to develop several chipsets for satellite communication ground terminals.
Prime Batteries and EIT InnoEnergy to scale up battery production in Europe Prime Batteries Technology has signed an investment agreement with EIT InnoEnergy with the aim to scale up its annual production output to 8 GWh.
SEMI applauds progress on EU Chips Act – urges swift start of negotiations Industry association SEMI applauded the progress on the European Chips Act by the European Council, expressing strong support for the swift start of the negotiations in 2023.
paragon sells its AI subsidiary to CARIAD paragon GmbH & Co. KGaA has signed an agreement with CARIAD SE, a software company belonging to the Volkswagen Group, regarding the sale of its AI subsidiary, paragon semvox GmbH.
Transphorm opens GaN application lab in China Transphorm, a supplier of gallium nitride (GaN) power conversion products, announced it has opened a new office in Shenzhen, China.Load more news