Cardo turns to Jabil for helmet communication systems
EMS provider Jabil has entered into a manufacturing collaboration with Cardo Systems, a supplier of wireless group communications and entertainment systems for motorcycle riders.
Johnson Matthey sells part of its Battery Materials business Johnson Matthey has entered into an agreement for the sale of part of its Battery Materials business to EV Metals Group.
Stellantis and Samsung SDI to invest over $2.5 billion in JV Stellantis and Samsung SDI will establish an electric-vehicle battery manufacturing facility in Kokomo, Indiana. Targeted to start in 2025, the plant aims to have an initial annual production capacity of 23 GWh, with an aim to increase it 33 GWh in the next few years.
AMD expands data center solutions capabilities with Pensando AMD has completed its acquisition of Pensando Systems in a transaction valued at approximately USD 1.9 billion.
GaN Systems launches North American expansion GaN Systems intends to grow the company’s North America presence with a threefold increase in its Ottawa headquarters operation, the opening of a design center in Dallas, Texas and a growing footprint across the US and Europe.
Calumet expands to produce vital components for semiconductors Michigan-based Calumet Electronics intends to enhance a newly constructed, 35,000 square feet manufacturing facility for next-generation advanced electronic components.
Setting new standards in depaneling In times of increasingly affordable usable laser power, the constraint for a long time was a limited guidance speed of the laser beam at economic conditions. Not any more.
L&T Technology Services opens Polish engineering R&D centre L&T Technology Services inaugurates Engineering R&D Centre in Poland to provide Embedded and Digital Solutions to Clients.
Broadcom to acquire VMware for $61 billion Semiconductor design company Broadcom Inc. will acquire all of the outstanding shares in VMware, in a transaction that values the enterprise software company at approximately USD 61 billion.
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Daimler Truck acquires a stake in Manz Manz AG has gained a strong cooperation partner and new anchor shareholder in Daimler Truck AG. The German auto-giant invested in Manz AG as part of a capital increase and now holds approximately 10% of the company's share capital.
Britishvolt acquires German battery cell maker for €36 million Britishvolt is expanding to Germany following the signing of a deal to acquire German battery cell developer and manufacturer EAS from Bulgaria's Monbat for EUR 36 million.
Rising demand drive 14.1% QoQ enterprise SSD revenue growth According to TrendForce research, North American data centers saw an improvement in components supply after February, driving a recovery in purchase order volume.
IPC aims to better support Europe with local subsidiary To better support its European members’ interests, industry association IPC has formed IPC Electronics Europe GmbH.
UK electronics manufacturer invest in 15 Yamaha surface mounters Yamaha Motor Robotics SMT Section will supply 15 YRM20 placement machines to Derby-based design and manufacturing services specialist Pektron.
ZEISS expands its presence in Hungary With the acquisition of software development company ETEO Software Factory – based in Miskolc and Budapest, Hungary – ZEISS Digital Innovation (ZDI) is setting course for further growth.
Weakened demand and falling prices lead to NAND flash revenue decline As manufacturers actively shifted production capacity to 128 layer products, the market turned to oversupply, resulting in a drop in contract prices in 1Q22, among which the decline in consumer-grade products was more pronounced, according to TrendForce research.
GlobalFoundries launches GF Labs At its annual GF Technology Summit (GTS), GlobalFoundries announced the launch of GF Labs, a new program that extends the development horizon of differentiated semiconductor technology.
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Sunway partners with BMF to develop next-gen antennas Sunway Communication has partnered with Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) to develop next generation antennas. The companies have opened a joint development lab in San Diego, California.
Volvo Cars raises EUR 500 million for electrification Volvo Cars has placed its second green bond to raise EUR 500 million from a set of global investors. The bond was oversubscribed three-times.
Siemens to sell its Commercial Vehicles business to Meritor The move is another step in Siemens plan to sharpen its portfolio as a focused technology company.
Three companies held 94% of the 2021 DRAM market Over the past 30 years, the DRAM market has been characterised by periods of spectacular growth and years of devastating crashes. Most recently, the DRAM market fell 37% in 2019 but soared 42% in 2021.
VW adds to its EV network with a second German site Volkswagen is pressing ahead with gearing its plants to electric mobility. Volkswagen is expanding its global production network for electric vehicles by starting to make the all-electric ID.4 in Emden.
InnovationLab acquires flexible printed battery technology from Evonik German printed electronics specialist, InnovationLab, has acquired the TAeTTOOz printable battery technology from Evonik.
Hyundai to set up EV plant & battery manufacturing in the US The South Korean automaker is looking to invest USD 5.54 billion to construct full electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facilities in Georgia, USA.
Smartphone camera module shipments to reach 5.02B in 2022 According to TrendForce research, smartphone camera module shipments will increase to 5.02 billion units in 2022, an annual growth rate of 5%.
Motorola secures chip supply with GlobalFoundries deal The US semiconductor foundry has entered into a long-term agreement to safeguard the supply of chip solutions for Motorola Solutions' radios, which are widely used by public safety, critical infrastructure and enterprise organisations.Load more news