Geopolitical shifts reshape the semiconductor landscape
Taiwan's foundry, assembly and test shares are forecasted to drop to 43% and 47%, respectively, in 2027, according to market intelligence provider IDC.
Chilly demand prospects for 8-inch production capacity
The utilisation rate for 8-inch production capacity is expected to drop to 50-60%, says TrendForce
Intel to spin off its PSG operations
US chip manufacturer says that it intends to separate its Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) operations into a standalone business.
Kyocera AVX acquires assests of Bliley Technologies
The asset transfer acquisition includes Bliley’s business, equipment, people, and IP.
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Tenstorrent selects Samsung to manufacture next-gen AI chiplet
Tenstorrent, a company that sells AI processors and licenses AI and RISC-V IP, has selected Samsung Foundry to bring Tenstorrent's next-gen AI chiplets to market.
Escatec Switzerland expands its SMT capabilities
Escatec is upgrading its machine park at its location in Heerbrugg, Switzerland (ECH). The company has added a new Mycronic MY700 jet printer to its Surface Mount Technology (SMT) line in early August 2023 and the results have been right on target.
Jabil launches restructuring plan, reduces headcount
The EMS provider’s board of directors has approved a restructuring plan which will result in a reduction of its workforce.
Cohu acquires Equiptest Engineering
Cohu, a supplier of equipment and services optimising semiconductor manufacturing yield and productivity, has acquired Equiptest Engineering Pte. Ltd. (EQT), a provider of semiconductor test contactors and other consumables.
CML completes acquisition of Microwave Technology
CML Microsystems, a developer of mixed-signal, RF and microwave semiconductors for global communications markets, has completed its acquisition of Microwave Technology.
Intel brings high-volume EUV to Europe
Intel's fab in Ireland has officially started high-volume production of Intel 4 technology, which uses extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology, and is the first use of EUV in high-volume manufacturing in Europe.
Emerson accelerates its capabilities with Afag acquisition
Emerson has completed its previously announced acquisition of electric linear motion, feeding and handling automation solutions provider, Afag Holding AG.
Nvidia's French office raided
Nvidia's French offices have reportedly been raided on the suspicion of having engaged in anticompetitive practices
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Nokia joins CHIPS Act funded innovation hub
Nokia says it will join a new innovation hub that seeks to expand the U.S. global position in microelectronics technical development.
Manufacturers from China have increased their dominance
At least in the in the auto display market. Omdia reports that Chinese companies have emerged as the top suppliers in the automotive display market in the first half of 2023, holding a market share of 45.3%.
North American EMS industry up 2.9% in August
Total North American EMS shipments in August 2023 were up 2.49% compared to the same month last year. Compared to the preceding month, August shipments increased 8.9%, reports the IPC.
Another solid year for Jabil
“The team delivered yet another solid year and I’m pleased with the progress we’ve made relative to our financial objectives,” says Jabil CEO Kenny Wilson.
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