SK hynix start mass production of 238-layer 4D NAND
SK hynix has started mass production of its 238-layer 4D NAND Flash memory, following the development in August 2022, and that product compatibility test with a global smartphone manufacturer is underway.
Carlyle to acquire optical tech specialist Meopta Optika Global investment firm says it will help the Czech company to expand its range of target markets, international presence, sales network and operations.
HTV invests heavily to expand long-term storage of chips HTV Halbleiter-Test & Vertriebs GmbH and HTV Conservation GmbH are investing more than one million euros to expand the capacity of their technology for the long-term preservation and storage of semiconductor chips. Adding to this, the companies are expanding the capacity of their test and programming laboratories.
RS Group acquires Distrelec for €365 million Distributor RS Group announces that it has reached an agreement to acquire Distrelec B.V. for EUR 365 million.
Yageo to invest €205 million in North Macedonia Taiwanese electronic component and service provider Yageo Corporation is planning to invest more than EUR 205 million over the next ten years in North Macedonia as the company looks to expand its operations in Europe.
China to probe Micron's products for cybersecurity risks In a so-called "special announcement", China's cybersecurity regulator says that it is initiating a cybersecurity review of Micron Technology products sold in the country.
Infineon and Delta extends partnership to automotive applications German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon is expanding its cooperation Taiwanese power management specialist Delta Electronics from industrial to automotive applications.
Improved sales sentiment from December 2022 continued in 1Q23 February 2023 electronic components sales sentiment powers past expectations, momentum carries into March outlook.
Sponsored content by EvertiqThe U.S. CHIPS Act is already making an impact - Evertiq Expo Malmö, Krakow & Berlin While the EU equivalent still hasn’t officially been launched, the U.S. CHIPS Act has already sparked USD 200 billion in private investments across the country. But where are all of these new fabs going to be built?
Farnell expands agreement with ams OSRAM Farnell and ams OSRAM have strengthened their global partnership to bring-to-market a range of new technologies and selected optical solutions for the automotive, consumer, industrial and healthcare sectors.
Mouser and AKM sign global distribution deal Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with advanced sensors and analog/digital mixed-signal ICs specialist, Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM).
Green light for Infineon's new Dresden fab Infineon says that it is starting construction of its new plant for analog/mixed-signal technologies and power semiconductors. Following an extensive analysis, the Infineon Management Board and supervisory bodies gave the green light for the Dresden site.
HTC Korea partners with Rotakorn to distribute PMIC's Swedish supply chain solutions provider, Rotakorn Electronics, has signed a franchised distribution partnership agreement with Taejin Technology Co., LTD (HTC Korea) to distribute its power management IC’s and semiconductors throughout Europe, Americas and Asia.
EU Parliament adopt legislation to boost EU chips industry Last week, the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) voted to approve the proposals for the EU Chips Act made by the European Commission.
onsemi and VW in strategic collaboration on SiC technology onsemi has signed a strategic agreement with Volkswagen to provide modules and semiconductors that enable a complete electric vehicle (EV) traction inverter solution for VW’s next-generation platform family.
Rochester receives certification for automotive production Rochester Electronics are now IATF 16949:2016 certified for the manufacture of semiconductor components at our US-based facilities.
Tachyum and Cadence settle lawsuit Tachyum says it has reached an amicable settlement with Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in a lawsuit brought by Tachyum back in the summer of 2022.
Semtech completes its acquisition of Sierra Wireless Semtech has completed its acquisition of Sierra Wireless in an all-cash transaction representing a total enterprise value of approximately USD 1.2 billion.
North America to strengthen economic ties On Tuesday, the three countries — the US, Mexico, and Canada — promised to strengthen their economic relations, increase regional production, and increase semiconductor output.
Infineon sells HiRel DC-DC converter business to Micross Micross Components, Inc. has entered a definitive agreement to purchase Infineon’s HiRel DC-DC converter business including its hybrid and custom board-based power products.
Taiwan passes own Chips Act Taiwan has passed it's own version of the Chips Act. Companies can now apply for tax credits on 25% of their annual R&D costs.
AEM opens new manufacturing plant in Malaysia AEM has opened a new manufacturing plant in Penang. The new plant comes with a 365,000-square-foot area for assembly, quality assurance (QA), a warehouse and an R&D lab.
Mercedes-Benz turns to Wolfspeed to power its EV platforms Wolfspeed will be supplying Silicon Carbide devices to power future Mercedes-Benz Electric Vehicle (EV) platforms.
X-fab setting expansion course “We see very strong demand for automotive so we are permanently searching for further expansion", said Rudi de Winter, CEO of European foundry X-Fab in an interview with eeNews Europe.
Silicon Products invests in the production of silicon carbide The Bitterfeld company Silicon Products used to produce solar silicon (polysilicon). The end came when the solar industry went into a tailspin. The company is now venturing into a new production process and intends to produce high-purity silicon carbide for the semiconductor industry in the future. The company is investing a lot of money to this end.
TSMC kickstarts 3nm volume production TSMC has held a 3 nanometer (3nm) volume production and capacity expansion ceremony at its Fab 18 new construction site in the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP).
TSMC looks at Dresden for possible European plant TSMC is said to be in advanced talks with suppliers about setting up its first European plant in Dresden (Germany).
YoY growth of NAND Flash demand bits will stay under 30% Client SSDs constituted a major driver of demand bit growth in the NAND Flash market for the past two years as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic were spurring procurement activities related to working and studying from home.
Infineon grows in Dresden; plans to open innovation centre The Prinovis print shop building in Dresden has been given a new lease on life. It has been sold to chip manufacturer Infineon who plans to establish an innovation and training centre at the new location.Load more news