Rehm expands sales structure in South-East Asia
Andy Wang, Senior Director Sales, is shouldering the responsibilities for Rehm Thermal Systems' sales and marketing activities in the Asia-Pacific region
Norautron Suzhou inks new contract with Efore Norautron Suzhou Co.Ltd announces a new cooperation with Efore Electronics Suzhou Co.Ltd.
Sourceability appoints new managing director for APAC Semiconductor veteran joins the management team of digital supply chain solutions provider.
POET and Sanan IC to form a joint venture company POET Technologies and Xiamen Sanan Integrated Circuit (Sanan IC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Sanan Optoelectronics, have signed a definitive joint venture contract.
Avnet Silica names Gilles Beltran as president Beltran succeeds Mario Orlandi who takes on global assignments in Avnet.
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While close to settling legal case with US, UMC to focus more on foundry business UMC has announced today (Oct. 22) that the legal case against the company filed by the U.S. Justice Department for stealing trade secrets could now be resolved as soon as possible, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Huawei opens new R&D centre in Hungary The Chinese telecom company opened the R&D Center in Budapest as it’s celebrating its 15th anniversary in Hungary.
Airbus Ventures invests in Singapore startup Airbus Ventures latest investment has led the company to Singapore and Zero Error Systems (ZES).
Hisense Gorenje to start European production of TVs in January As we move into the next year, Hisense owned Gorenje Group will start production of TV sets for the European market at its plant in Velenje, Slovenia, as part of the new Hisense Europe Electronic company.
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Wistron to expand in Malaysia – acquires Western Digital plant In a filling on the Taiwanese stock exchange, the company has disclosed that it will acquire a plant from Western Digital (WD) in Malaysia via its subsidiary Wistron Technology (Malaysia).
SK Hynix holds second highest NAND market share via acquisition of Intel’s NAND capacity SK Hynix has announced today (Oct. 20) that it will acquire Intel’s NAND Flash business and Dalian-based Fab 68, which is dedicated to 3D NAND Flash production, for USD 9 billion.
Wistron continues Taiwanese expansion – sets up third R&D office The Taiwanese manufacturer has announced that it is adding to its set up in the country. The company will establish and R&D office in Kaohsiung, Wistron’s third R&D office in the city.
Terry Gou addresses Foxconn's Wisconsin investment “Foxconn will remain committed to the completion and continued expansion of our project and investment in Wisconsin as long as policymakers at the federal, state, and local levels remain committed to Foxconn,” Terry Gou says.
SK hynix to acquire Intel NAND memory business The two parties have signed an agreement under which SK Hynix will acquire Intel's NAND memory and storage business for USD 9 billion.
High power quarter brick isolated DC/DC converter addresses demands of energy-conscious data centers Continuing to extend its portfolio of high-density DC/DC converter solutions with built-in digital interfaces, Flex Power Modules introduces two variants of the new BMR491 series.
Wipro to acquire Eximius Design The information technology specialist says it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Eximius Design, an engineering services company with strong expertise in semiconductor, software and systems design.
Harman to cut 1’500 jobs globally Evertiq has learned that the automotive supplier is planning to reduce its headcount to “align with its longer-term goals”. This decision will result in a reduction of 1’500 positions globally.
Murata opens second factory in Wuxi Wuxi Murata Electronics Co., Ltd., a manufacturing subsidiary of Murata, has completed to construction of a new facility and officially opened the new plant on October 19.
Zytronic adds a third dimension to touch with its ZyBrid® hover technology Touch technology innovator Zytronic has released a contactless sensing option that can detect user interactions up to 30mm away from the surface of the glass.
TSMC's profit soars on the back of strong revenue growth The semiconductor foundry announces consolidated revenues of NTD 356.43 billion (EUR 10.57 billion) for its third quarter of 2020, a 21.6% increase from the same period last year.
SK Innovation accelerates hiring at its first US EV battery site With the support of the State of Georgia, Jackson County and City of Commerce, SK Innovation has announced it plans to hire more than 1'000 skilled American workers by the end of 2021 as it prepares for initial production at the first of two electric vehicle battery plants being built in Commerce, about 70 miles northeast of Atlanta, Georgia.
Chinese panel makers expected to occupy more than 50% share in monitor panel market in 2021 Chinese manufacturers are expected to raise their market share from 39% this year to 52% next year in the monitor panel market, and 36% to 39% in the notebook panel market, according to TrendForce’s preliminary shipment forecast of panel makers for 2021.
China forecast to represent 22% of the foundry market in 2020 However, market uncertainty looms as TSMC's shipments to HiSilicon ceased in mid-September, says IC Insights.
Foxconn fell short of targets in Wisconsin – misses out on tax credits Foxconn’s factory in Wisconsin did not manage to create enough jobs last year to earn the company tax credits, the state reportedly said on Monday, making this the second year the company has missed its targets.Load more news
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