NXP sees its 2Q revenues jump 43% YoY
"NXP delivered second-quarter revenue of $2.6 billion, an increase of 43 percent versus the year-ago period, and better than the mid-point of our guidance.” says Kurt Sievers, NXP President and CEO
Infineon sees increase in revenue despite headwinds “Demand for semiconductors is unbroken, as they play a key role in enabling the energy transition and digitalization. Currently, however, the market is faced with an extremely tight supply situation,” Dr. Reinhard Ploss, CEO of Infineon says in the company's quarterly report.
Enterprise SSD contract prices likely to increase by 15% QoQ The ramp-up of the Intel Ice Lake and AMD Milan processors is expected to not only propel growths in server shipment for two consecutive quarters from 2Q21 to 3Q21, but also drive up the share of high-density products in North American hyperscalers’ enterprise SSD purchases, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Enics appoints new Chief Procurement Officer EMS provider Enics announces that it is strengthening its procurement capabilities during the current challenging component shortage. To enable, and drive, favorable long-term development Denis Laxague has been appointed Chief Procurement Officer as of August 2, 2021.
New Managing Director for NCAB Group Denmark After three successful years as Managing Director for NCAB Denmark and 30 years in the PCB industry, Jan Kronblom Thomsen will leave NCAB Group to pursue other interests.
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Incap invests in new X-ray for Slovakian unit Back in May, the team at Incap Slovakia welcomed a new Nordson Matrix X3 X-ray to the SMT shop floor. Installation and operator training have since passed by smoothly and as of late June the team is fully trained and the new machine is running at full steam.
Gartner: chip shortage to persist until 2Q22 The worldwide semiconductor shortage will persist through 2021, and is expected to recover to normal levels by the second quarter of 2022, according to Gartner, Inc.
Porsche invests in rocket technology start-up Porsche SE is acquiring a low single-digit percentage stake in Munich-based Isar Aerospace Technologies GmbH.
Knapp invests millions in new Hungarian site Knapp, an Austrian manufacturer of warehouse logistics equipment, is opening a new site in Nemesvámos, Hungary.
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Lightyear secures new production location for solar roofs Lightyear announces that the company has secured a new production location to manufacture its Lightyear solar roofs.
IC Insights forecasts a 21% surge in IC unit shipments this year A 21% jump would be the largest increase in IC unit shipments since the boom year of 2010.
Shortages, strategies and the future - a Q&A about a crisis Following a number of articles and analyst reports covering the current ongoing semiconductor crisis, Evertiq reached out to Chintan Sutaria, president of quoting and supply chain software provider CalcuQuote, to pick his brain on the topic.
China leads post-pandemic robot recovery Preliminary data from the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) shows that sales in China increased 19% in 2020.
MPK Kemmer GmbH PCB Tools achieves DIN EN ISO 14001:2015 MPK Kemmer GmbH PCB Tools has been audited and certified according to the requirements of the DIN EN ISO 14001:2015 standard (environmental management).
Market share of top 3 suppliers of base stations to undergo slight decline in 2021 Chinese and European suppliers of base station equipment are expected to once again account for a global market share of more than 70% in 2021, and the top three suppliers (along with their respective market shares) are, in order, China-based Huawei (30%), Sweden-based Ericsson (23%), and Finland-based Nokia (20%), according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Siltronic to expand with second 300 mm fab in Singapore Siltronic announces that the company has decided to build a second 300 mm fab at its site in Singapore to support the strong demand of the tight semiconductor market.
Elmatica adds Compliance Manager to the team Elmatica has hired Anders Evensen as Compliance Manager, as a direct result of new compliance demands from USDoD as Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and a global focus on export control laws and cybersecurity.
BASF and Porsche partner batteries for electric vehicles BASF has been selected by Cellforce Group, a joint venture between Porsche and Customcells, as the exclusive cell development partner for its next generation lithium-ion battery.
Silicon wafer shipments reach new high in 2Q21 Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments increased 6% to 3,534 million square inches in the second quarter of 2021, surpassing the historical high set in the first quarter, SEMI reports.
Incap sees growth across the board - despite shutdowns In May–June, the EMS provider had to close its factories in Tumkur, Karnataka as the local government implemented stricter measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
STMicro manufactures first 200mm SiC wafers in Sweden STMicroelectronics has manufactured the first 200mm (8-inch) Silicon-Carbide (SiC) bulk wafers for prototyping next-generation power devices from its facility in Norrköping, Sweden.
Schweizer's sales increased by 31% in 1H21 According to preliminary figures, the Schweizer Group achieved consolidated sales of EUR 59.4 million in the first half of 2021, compared to the first half of 2020: EUR 45.4 million.
PIERER Mobility forms Joint Venture in Bulgaria PIERER Mobility AG is joining forces with mobility company MAXCOM for form a joint venture for e-bike production in Bulgaria.
Hanza increases sales and swings to profit during 2Q In the spring of 2021, Hanza managed to secured a number of new customers and projects. To meet the demand, the company continues to develop its manufacturing clusters and during the second quarter, a decision was made to invest an additional SEK 35 million (EUR 3.44 million).
German EV startup expands with production in Bulgaria Next.e.GO Mobile SE, the German battery electric car manufacturer, says that it has entered into an agreement in Bulgaria to build its second new micro-factory in Lovech.
Habia Cable expands Polish production with new factory Swedish Habia Cable announces that it will expand its operations in Poland with the construction of a new production facility.
High-end notebook panels to surpass 20% market share in 2022 The massive rise in market demand for notebook computers in response to distance learning needs and WFH applications from 2020 to 2021 has generated not only a double-digit growth in notebook panel shipment, but also a price hike of more than 40% for notebook panels, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.Load more news