Former Dialog CFO joins Western Digital
Wissam Jabre will assume the role of Western Digital’s Executive Vice President and CFO as of February 7, 2022.
DSM invests in storage tower from Juki Juki Automation Systems (JAS), a Juki Corporation subsidiary, says Dynamic Source Manufacturing (DSM) has purchased its fourth ISM3600 Storage Tower.
Rohde & Schwarz equips CSA's new EMC and radio labs CSA Group has built a new European headquarters in Plattling in Bavaria, Germany. As part of this project, CSA Group is expanding its testing capabilities for German and European customers.
North American EMS industry up 0.9% in December Total North American EMS shipments in December 2021 were up 0.9 percent compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, December shipments rose 8.0 percent.
Material and labor costs continue to challenge the industry New data from IPC show that supply chain challenges remain acute, but may have peaked, while lead times remain high. Growth rates are expected to slow, but good growth expected in year ahead
TI revenues increased 19% YoY during Q4 Texas Instruments Incorporated reported fourth quarter revenue of USD 4.83 billion and a net income of USD 2.14 billion.
Celestica to manufacture energy storage system for Powin Powin, a designer and manufacturer battery energy storage solutions, has selected Celestica to assemble its Centipede battery energy storage platform in Celestica's Monterrey, Mexico facility.
How to use LTspice simulations to account for the effect of voltage dependence Question: How can I take the DC bias effect of multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) into account in circuit simulations?
Moov expands and opens second headquarters in Texas Moov, a marketplace for used manufacturing equipment, announces that the company is expanding and making Austin, Texas, the location of its second headquarters.
GM's $7 billion EV push set to create 4,000 new jobs General Motors is planning an investment of more than USD 7 billion at four Michigan manufacturing sites – creating 4,000 new jobs and retaining 1,000 – as the company looks to increase battery cell and electric truck manufacturing capacity.
Nano Dimension set up lab to advance multi-layer printed electronics In a collabotation with TTM Technologies, Nano Dimension plans to open its first AME NanoLab at TTM’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in Stafford Springs, Connecticut.
The reason behind the automotive industry IC shortage After years of moderate increases, IC suppliers were blindsided by automotive IC demand spike in 2021.
NA semi equipment industry posts December 2021 billings North America-based semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted USD 3.92 billion in billings worldwide in December 2021, according to SEMI.
GM to invest $154M in electric motor component production General Motors says that it plans to invest nearly USD 154 million in its Western New York Lockport Components plant. The the facility will be renovated and set up with new machinery and equipment for production of the stator module, a key component in an electric motor.
TV shipments estimated to reach 217 million units in 2022 The shipment performance of TV brands in 1H21 benefited from COVID-19 economic relief funds in the U.S., driving a continuing boom in North American shipments, according to TrendForce’s investigations.
URtech Florida achieves AS9100D certification North American EMS provider, URtech Manufacturing, announces the certification of its Florida facility’s Quality Management System to AS9100D.
DuPont completes new production line in Ohio DuPont Interconnect Solutions, a business within the group's Electronics & Industrial segment, says it has completed its USD 250 million expansion project at its Circleville, Ohio manufacturing site.
Renesas reboots equipment after Japanese quake Toshiba wasn't the only electronics company affected by the earthquake that struck the coast of southwestern Japan on January 22. Semiconductor manufacturer Renesas confirms that some equipment halted operation but are being restarted.
Toshiba halts production at chip plant after earthquake Following the major earthquakes that occurred off the coast of Kyushu, Japan on January 22, Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation has suspended operations at its semiconductor plant in Oita, southern Japan.
Price drop of NAND flash products for 1Q22 expected NAND Flash prices for 1Q22 are expected to decline by 8-13% QoQ, compared to TrendForce’s previous forecast of 10-15% QoQ, primarily due to PC OEMs’ increased orders for PCIe 3.0 products and the impact of the lockdown in Xi’an on PC OEMs’ price negotiation approaches.
Intel to invest $20 billion in two new Ohio fabs The US chipmaker announces that it will invest more than USD 20 billion to build two new factories and to establish a new epicenter for advanced chipmaking in the Midwest.
Revenue of micro LED large-sized display chips to reach $4.5B in 2026 Micro LED large-sized displays will move towards the home theatre and high-end commercial display markets and the revenue of Micro LED large-sized display chips is estimated to reach USD 54 million in 2022, according to TrendForce’s latest research.
MixComm and Sanmina to develop 5G mmWave solutions MixComm has selected Advanced Microsystems Technologies, a Sanmina division as its lead partner to productise its 5G wireless infrastructure solutions.
Intel's fab 34 gets its first chipmaking tool Intel has started to equip its Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland – a USD 7 billion construction project – with its first chipmaking tool.
Point-of-Load DC-to-DC converters solve voltage accuracy, efficiency, and latency issues Question: Why use point-of-load (POL) power supplies where the DC-to-DC converter is as close as possible to the load?
Dukosi partners with GF on battery management silicon Battery Management semiconductor vendor, Dukosi, has partnered with GlobalFoundries to produce feature-rich chips for electric vehicles in the automotive industry.
Gartner: global semiconductor revenue grew 25.1% in 2021 Worldwide semiconductor revenue increased 25.1% in 2021 to total USD 583.5 billion, crossing the USD 500 billion threshold for the first time, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc.Load more news