ScandiNova acquires Microwave Amps
Swedish developer and manufacturer of high-end pulsed power systems, ScandiNova Systems AB, is acquiring Microwave Amps, a UK-based producer of advanced RF amplifiers used in high energy physics, medtech, radar, and various industrial applications.
Renesas completes acquisition of Panthronics Renesas Electronics has successfully completion of acquiring Panthronics, a fabless semiconductor company specialising in high-performance wireless products.
Production resumes at Lacroix following cyberattack Earlier in May, Evertiq reported that electronics manufacturer Lacroix had fallen victim to a cyberattack. The group is now reporting that it has partially restarted production at its Electronics activity sites in Tunisia (Zriba), France (Beaupréau) and Germany (Willich) as of May 17.
Wrekin Circuits expands capacity and flexibility UK-based fast turn bare board fabricator Wrekin Circuits reports that it has optimised its electrical test capability with the addition of a third Flying Probe test machine at the Telford site.
Veoneer completes sale of Active Safety business to Magna Automotive technology company Veoneer has completed the sale of its Active Safety business to mobility technology company Magna. The transaction was first announced on December 20, 2022.
Sponsored content by EvertiqThe U.S. CHIPS Act is already making an impact - Evertiq Expo Malmö, Krakow & Berlin While the EU equivalent still hasn’t officially been launched, the U.S. CHIPS Act has already sparked USD 200 billion in private investments across the country. But where are all of these new fabs going to be built?
Nicomatic opens new testing laboratory As part of its design and development process for rugged, harsh environment and hi-rel applications, interconnect systems manufacturer Nicomatic subjects its products to stringent environmental, mechanical and electrical tests. Now, the company has opened a new materials testing laboratory offering these test and qualification services to customers with demanding applications.
Macom establishes European semiconductor centre Macom Technology Solutions Holdings has completed the acquisition of the key manufacturing facilities, capabilities and technologies of Ommic SAS. Going forward, the facility, which is located near Paris in Limeil-Brévannes, France, will become the foundation for Macom's newly established European semiconductor centre.
Jaltek names new CFO UK-based EMS provider Jaltek has appointed Simon Wallington as the company's new Chief Financial Officer.
Total NAND Flash revenue falls 16.1% in 1Q23 TrendForce’s recent analysis reveals that purchasing momentum in the NAND Flash market has decelerated during 1Q23.
Mycronic receives order for an SLX mask writer Mycronic has received an order for an SLX mask writer from an existing customer in Asia.
AT&S is making progress on its expansion plan The construction cranes in Leoben Hinterberg have disappeared and the view is unobstructed again. The milestones achieved are now clearly visible. The R&D center with its series production for IC substrate technology is in according to AT&S, a lighthouse project.
Montrac equips lighting and electronics manufacturer Hella in China The montrac monorail shuttle system has been put into service 24/7 by the lighting and electronic expert Hella in Jiaxing (China).
ICAPE acquires the assets of German PCB distributor HLT PSB supplier ICAPE Group continues its expansion, this time via the acquisition of the operating assets of German PCB distributor HEISSENBERGER LEITERPLATTENTECHNIK (HLT).
Chinese lighting company to set up manufacturing unit in the UAE Chinese Maxtron Show Lighting (MSL) is setting up a manufacturing unit for LED light systems in Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ) in the UAE.
Global new energy vehicle sales reach 2.656 million units in Q1 TrendForce reports the total sales of New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) – comprising BEVs, PHEVs, and FCVs – reached 2.656 million units in the first quarter of 2023, marking a 28% YoY increase.
Vitesco and onsemi sign SiC long-term supply deal Vitesco Technologies and onsemi have entered into a 10-year long-term supply agreement worth USD 1.9 billion (EUR 1.75 billion) for SiC products to enable Vitesco's ramp in electrification technologies.
Siemens Healthineers invests € 80 million in new semiconductor factory Siemens Healthineers says that the company is building a new factory in Forchheim, Germany for the cultivation of crystals for semiconductor production.
SEC's $279 million whistleblower award "stemmed from an Ericsson bribery case" The US Securities and Exchange Commission made its record whistleblower payment to a tipster with inside information on Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson, say reports.
Syntronic develops industrial board test system for unnamed manufacturer Swedish design house, Syntronic, says it has developed an industrial board test system for an unnamed "prominent manufacturer of electronic equipment".
Global AI server shipments predicted to increase 40% in 2023 TrendForce forecast a dramatic surge in AI server shipments for 2023, with an estimated 1.2 million units – outfitted with GPUs, FPGAs, and ASICs – destined for markets around the world, marking a robust YoY growth of 38.4%.
Tamura to create 300 new jobs with new Romanian factory The newly established Japanese company in Romania has announced its intention to open a factory at Fetești-Gară, Ialomița County, that would produce chargers and other module products in response to growing demand in Europe.
MediaTek partners with Nvidia to provide full-scale product roadmap to the auto industry MediaTek has entered into a partnership with Nvidia to deliver a complete range of in-vehicle AI cabin solutions for the next generation of software-defined vehicles.
Apple investments with European suppliers top €20 billion in 2022 Apple's spending with European suppliers has increased more than 50% since 2018, totalling EUR 85 billion over the past five years and more than EUR 20 billion in 2022 alone.
Festo expands capacity with a new plant in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Festo says it will invest USD 100 million dollars in the plant, highlighting the strategic focus "Local for Local", where the objective is to open up the great growth potential of these markets.
Trackwise looking to sell Stevenage Circuits Back in March 2020, Printed circuit technology specialist, Trackwise Designs, announced that it had acquired short flex and rigid PCB manufacturer Stevenage Circuits Ltd (SCL) for GBP 2.5 million. Now, just three years later, the company has launched a sale process for the Stevenage Circuits business.
Semcorp's €340M Hungarian Li-ion separator factory to start operations this year During the fall of 2022, Semcorp topped out its new Hungarian plant and since the start of the year, equipment have been delivered to the future lithium-ion battery separator plant.
Foxconn, Innodisk, Pegatron, Quanta and Wistron to digitalise factories with Nvidia Some of the world's largest electronics manufacturers are advancing their industrial digitalisation efforts using a new reference workflow that combines Nvidia technologies for generative AI, 3D collaboration, simulation and autonomous machines.
Smoltek inaugurates inhouse hydrogen laboratory Smoltek Nanotech Holding AB, announces that the group company Smoltek Hydrogen has inaugurated the new inhouse hydrogen laboratory. At the new lab, the R&D team can carry out performance measurement and long-term tests of electrolyser cells and will also be able to manufacture test cells.
Mitsubishi Electric and Coherent to scale SiC manufacturing Mitsubishi Electric and materials specialist Coherent Corp.have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on a program looking to scale manufacturing of SiC power electronics on a 200 mm technology platform.Load more news