Managing obsolescence: FED and COGD agree on cooperation
The German Electronics Design and Manufacturing Association (FED) and the Component Obsolescence Group Deutschland (COGD) signed a cooperation agreement at Electronica in Munich.
Trading platform aims to alleviate chip shortage Precogs has launched CHIPSMARKET, an online marketplace for OEM-EMS-ODM businesses to trade chips directly between each other, with brokers, and with distributors.
Memphis Electronics discuss the past and current unpredictable market Evertiq met up with Marco Mezger, COO of Neumonda and the Global Head of Memphis Electronics, to talk about what's happened since the Management Buyout of Memphis, and also what's on the horizon for the company.
Nexperia ordered to divest almost all of Newport Wafer Fab The UK government has ordered Nexperia to divest 86% of its semiconductor wafer factory in South Wales, known as Newport Wafer Fab (NWF).
Harting and TTI Europe expand their sales partnership The Harting Technology Group and TTI, Inc. Europe are expanding their authorised sales partnership to the European region.
Sivers Semiconductors enters new emerging radar markets Sivers Semiconductors' close cooperation with the Canadian start-up aiRadar has resulted in "a line of sophisticated radar products", a press release states.
South Korea to get ASML's new hub The Dutch semiconductor production equipment maker ASML will open a new support hub in South Korea.
Lam Research acquires SEMSYSCO Lam Research Corp. announced that it has completed the acquisition of SEMSYSCO GmbH, a global provider of wet processing semiconductor equipment from Gruenwald Equity and other investors.
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Serbia likely to get new EV battery gigafactory InoBat Auto has signed protocols and declarations of intent with the Government of the Republic of Serbia for the construction of a new gigafactory in Serbia.
Infineon and Stellantis sign MoU on multi-year delivery of SiC chips nfineon Technologies AG and the global automaker Stellantis have signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding as a first step towards a potential multi-year supply cooperation for silicon carbide (SiC) semiconductors.
TI with new product distribution centre in Germany New location is aimed at supporting the company's growing European customer base, with same-day and next-day deliveries by the end of 2024.
Infineon plans major investment in new factory in Dresden Infineon is planning to continue expanding its 300-millimeter manufacturing capacity, to enable the expected acceleration in growth of analog/mixed-signal and power semiconductors.
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Hella expands network with two development sites in Romania Automotive supplier Hella, operating under the FORVIA umbrella brand, is further expanding its European research and development network in the electronics area with two new development sites in the major Romanian cities of Iași and Oradea.
German components distribution continues to grow While incoming orders continue to normalize, sales of components distributors (according to FBDi e.V.) benefit from a strong summer quarter with 44% growth. Inflation and the weak euro contribute to surge.
Samsung starts mass production of 8th-gen V-NAND Samsung Electronics says that it has started mass producing a 1-terabit triple-level cell (TLC) eighth-generation Vertical NAND (V-NAND) with, what the company claims to be, the industry’s highest bit density.
Intel hits "milestone" in quantum chip production research Intel has announced "exceptional yield" of quantum dots arrays, showing promise for large-scale qubit production using transistor fabrication technology.
STMicro to build SiC substrate facility in Italy STMicro says it plans to build a "first-of-a-kind" SiC epitaxial substrate manufacturing facility in Europe as the company is looking to support automotive and industrial customers in their shift to electrification.
Micron to invest $100 billion in New York megafab Micron says it will invest up to USD 100 Billion to build a megafab in central New York, creating approximately 9,000 direct Micron jobs.
Swedish semiconductor manufacturer plans to increase production following investment round SweGaN, a Swedish manufacturer of custom-made Gallium Nitride on Silicon Carbide (GaN-on-SiC) epitaxial wafers, has completed a Series A financing round totaling SEK 125 million (EUR 12 million).
Spain launches foundry for III-V semiconductors Spain launches its first commercial foundry for III-V Semiconductors targeting integrated photonics.
Mouser adds 35+ new manufacturer brands to its line card Mouser Electronics continues to expand its line card by adding 36 new manufacturers through the end of August 2022.
Digi-Key enters distribution deal with Schneider Electric Digi-Key Electronics has secured a distribution agreement in North America with Schneider Electric. As a result of this partnership, Digi-Key now offers a selection of Schneider Electric's power, automation and control, and sensor products.
Farnell sets new revenue record of $1.8 billion Avnet announced results for its fourth quarter ending 2 July 2022, reporting "a robust" quarter of year-over-year sales and operating margin growth. The results were strengthened by a "record-setting" fiscal year revenue from Farnell totalling USD 1.8 billion.
Google tasked to create new supply of chips for researchers The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has signed a cooperative R&D agreement with Google to develop and produce chips that researchers can use to develop new nanotechnology and semiconductor devices.
Micron breaks ground on new Idaho manufacturing fab On the first of September Micron announced its plans to invest USD 15 billion in a new Idaho memory fab. Now, less than two weeks after, the US memory manufacturer has broken ground on its future fab in Boise, Idaho.
Avnet names new CFO Avnet has officially appointed company veteran Ken A. Jacobson as the its new Chief Financial Officer.
SK hynix to invest €10.9 billion in new fab The South Korean semiconductor giant plans to break ground on a new fabrication plant in Cheongju in October 2022. The current plan is to complete construction in early 2025.
New Yorker Electronics acquires Switches Unlimited Global franchised distributor of passive electronic components, New Yorker Electronics, is acquiring Long Island City-based specialty distributor of electromechanical and automation controls, Switches Unlimited, Inc.Load more news