Ericsson accelerates 5G for Enterprise with acquisition of Cradlepoint
Swedish telecom company, Ericsson, has agreed to acquire Cradlepoint, a US-based supplier of Wireless Edge WAN 4G and 5G Enterprise solutions.
NA semi equipment industry posts August 2020 billings North America-based manufacturers of semiconductor equipment posted USD 2.65 billion in billings worldwide in August 2020 (three-month average basis), according to the August Equipment Market Data Subscription (EMDS) Billings Report published today by SEMI.
Vicor ink global distribution agreement with Arrow Vicor Corporation has expanded its Europe, Middle East and Africa relationship with Arrow Electronics, Inc. to a global distribution agreement.
MAHLE accelerates restructuring – thousands of jobs lost The current crisis related to the spread of the coronavirus intensifies urgency to act as the company does not expect the vehicle markets to return to pre-crisis levels for several years.
LG Chem says it will split its battery business. This will be a physical division in which LG Chem will possess all of the stocks issued by the new battery corporation and the company will possess 100% of the non-listed shares of the new corporation.
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Hemlock Semiconductor acquires DuPont TCS business The Michigan-based provider of ultra-pure polycrystalline silicon announces its acquisition of a DuPont business that makes trichlorosilane (TCS), the primary raw material used in producing the ultra-pure polysilicon HSC supplies to the semiconductor and solar industries.
Jabil promotes May Yap to CIO EMS provider Jabil announces the promotion of May Yap to Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO). She succeeds Gary Cantrell, who recently retired.
Sluggish server production in 4Q20 to be joined by decline in server DRAM prices Due to server ODMs’ higher-than-expected inventory of server barebones in 3Q20, additional server orders from the ODMs’ clients came to a screeching halt, therefore resulting in a QoQ decrease in overall server orders for the quarter, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
IEC adds additional capacity - buys Rochester, NY facility The US EMS provider says that it has entered into an agreement to purchase an 86'000 square foot facility in Rochester, New York.
Intervala to manufacture PCBAs for Muth Mirror Systems Full-service manufacturer, Intervala, has been selected by new customer Muth Mirror Systems to produce custom, highly engineered printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) for Muth’s mirror-based safety technology solutions.
First Sensor plans to sell its subsidiaries in USA and France to TE Connectivity Berlin-based First Sensor says it is planning to sell its US-based subsidiary in California, as well as its unit in Paris, France to TE Connectivity.
Silvaco acquires the assets of Coupling Wave Solutions S.A. EDA software and design IP supplier, Silvaco, has completed its acquisition of the assets of Coupling Wave Solutions S.A. (CWS), including IP, patents, and analysis technologies.
Panasonic to invests an additional $150M in venture capital Panasonic is launching it's second venture capital fund, Conductive Ventures II, and doing so with a commitment of USD 150 million, a 50% increase from the first fund.
Nvidia / Arm deal dubbed as ‘disaster’ by Arm-cofounder The news that US-based Nvidia will acquire Arm from SoftBank Group in a USD 40 billion deal has already sparked some backlash within the industry. One of the vocal parties is Arm-cofounder, Hermann Hauser, who called the deal a disaster and said that it should be blocked.
It's official - NVIDIA to acquire Arm for $40 billion NVIDIA and SoftBank have entered into a definitive agreement under which NVIDIA will acquire Arm Limited from SoftBank in a transaction valued at USD 40 billion.
Total microprocessor sales to edge slightly higher in 2020 Sales expected to strengthen in 2021 with embedded processors and computer CPUs leading the growth
Dana strengthens electrification capabilities – sets up production in India Dana Incorporated plans to set up a 4’600 square metre facility in Pune, India, that will produce Dana TM4 low- to high-voltage electric motors, inverters, and vehicle control units.
Tower Semi: 'all sites up and running following cyber attack' Tower Semiconductor says that all of its manufacturing sites are operational, and targeting full capability within the next few days, following the recovery from the cyber event a few days ago.
2H20 growth expectations vary among leading IC suppliers As expected, most IC suppliers experienced weaker demand and generally poor sales results in the first half of this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and strained U.S./China trade relations. However, as reported by IC Insights, some key IC suppliers believe that the second half of this year will yield better results.
Benchmark to handle manufacturing of DnaNudge's lab-free COVID-19 testing system Consumer genetic testing pioneers DnaNudge has entered into a key manufacturing partnership with EMS provider Benchmark to deliver volume production of DnaNudge's rapid, lab-free reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) COVID-19 testing system.
Notebook shipment expected to soar past 180 million units in 2020 Demand for notebook computers (NBs) across the globe experienced an explosive growth in 2Q20 due to an increase in working from home and distance education demand generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Jenoptik invests in new system from ClassOne Jenoptik has invested in a new Solstice LT electroplating system from semiconductor equipment manufacturer ClassOne Technology. The new system will be used for manufacturing semiconductor material for high-power diode lasers at Jenoptik's semiconductor production facility in Berlin-Adlershof, Germany.Load more news
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