HP to acquire HyperX in a $425 million
February 25, 2021HP Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, for USD 425 million.
Scanfil delivers solid performance during 2020
February 18, 20212020 was an exceptional year, but despite the challenges the EMS provider saw customer demand pick up towards the end of the year which ultimately resulted in a solid year.
Longer lead times and price hikes likely to dominate 1H2021
February 17, 2021The European semiconductor distribution market seems to have seen the worst back in 2020 and a return to growth is highly likely in 2021. With COVID-19 impact easing and a return to strong growth in Asia driving component demand, the demand in Europe is growing too. However, Q4/2020 still resulted in a slight decline.
Infinion brings production start in Villach forward
February 16, 2021Revenue for the three-month period increased from EUR 2,490 million to EUR 2,631 million quarter-on-quarter, with all segments contributing to the 6 percent growth despite the weaker US dollar, the manufacturer states in their latest fiscal.
Jenoptik expecting further growth in 2021
February 10, 2021Jenoptik achieved its forecast revenue figures and significantly exceeded its profitability target. According to the preliminary figures, group revenue in the past fiscal year reached around EUR 767 million (prior year: adj. EUR 837.0 million), approximately EUR 28 million of which were contributed by TRIOPTICS.
Nexperia plans to grow global production and increase R&D
February 09, 2021The company is planning new investments to support its strategy to address the growing demand for power semiconductors and boost GaN capabilities.
Cogent to take MedTech aspirations to new heights with new facility
February 05, 2021UK-based contract electronics manufacturer, Cogent Technology, is ending its 2020 with a massive improvement to its operations. The company grows from 16’000 – 80’000 square feet as it moves to its new facility.
Eurocircuits weathers the pandemic
January 27, 2021Despite a challenging year, Eurocircuits can look back at a year of growth. The company is reporting turnover growth stemming from both its PCB manufacturing- and PCBA operations.
Global TV shipment expected to reach 223M units in 2021
January 11, 2021Thanks to the stay-at-home economy brought about the by the COVID-19 pandemic, TV shipment in North America saw the start of an upturn in late March last year, while demand in the European market also gradually ramped up in 2H20, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Global notebook shipment expected to reach 217M units in 2021
January 07, 2021Owing to the stay-at-home economy brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, not only did yearly notebook computer shipment surpass 200 million units for the first time ever, but the 22.5% YoY growth was also the highest on record, says TrendForce.
The secondary SME market is headed in a clear direction in 2021
December 22, 2020The global secondary SME market is headed in a clear direction in 2021; Moov – a global marketplace for pre-owned semiconductor equipment – lists five reasons to why this is.
“Engineers develop solutions to fix problems”
December 15, 2020Members of the element14 community work together to provide free masks and shields for first responders, create germ fighting electronics designs and provide open source instructions for building ventilators.
Digi-Key enters new global distribution partnership with GLF
December 11, 2020Digi-Key Electronics has expanded its product portfolio to include a global distribution partnership with GLF Integrated Power, Inc.
Texas EMS manufactures new personal emergency response system
December 10, 2020Texas-based EMS provider, National Circuit Assembly (NCA), is handing the manufacturing GoFind’s newly released Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) for older adults, NudgeR.
All That Glitters Is Not Gold!
December 02, 2020Application engineers often repeatedly answer the same questions from different customers, especially queries related to the selection of parts in their application. One mistake we see in part selection happening time and time again is that the customers become over enamored by what I like to call “the sheet” in data sheets.
Emerald EMS expands – acquires two EMS provider
December 02, 2020Emerald EMS, the combination and merger of DataED and Bestronics which saw the light of day as late July 2020, is expanding via the acquisition of two EMS providers based in Michigan and California.
NAND Flash revenue for 3Q20 up by only 0.3% QoQ due to weak server sales
November 26, 2020Total NAND Flash revenue reached USD 14.5 billion in 3Q20, a 0.3% increase QoQ, while total NAND Flash bit shipment rose by 9% QoQ, but the ASP fell by 9% QoQ, according to TrendForce’s latest investigations.
Continued growth for NCAB – a return to normalisation started in Q3
November 13, 2020“During the first part of the third quarter, order intake remained weak. At the end of the quarter, however, we noted a general positive return towards more normal levels for the inflow of orders,” says Peter Kruk, who assumed the role of President and CEO on October 1.
GPV raises its guidance for 2020 following strong 3Q
November 09, 2020Danish EMS provider GPV, saw a significant turnaround during its third quarter and delivered both top- and bottom-line growth. As a result, the company in now revising its overall expectations for the year.
A Danish company with a ‘Lego’ approach to roboticsLoad more news
November 06, 2020It shouldn’t come as a surprise that a company with an approach like the one of ROEQ hails from Denmark, and even less that it’s situated right in the middle of the island of Funen, a major European hub for robotics.