LPKF receives another order from the solar industry
September 16, 2021After LPKF Laser & Electronics AG received a major order from a global solar module manufacturer in July 2021, LPKF now reports another order with a volume of almost EUR 10 million. The new order is expected to generate revenue in 2022/2023.
XJTAG signs Nordic distribution deal
September 15, 2021XJTAG has signed a distribution agreement with Nohau Solutions AB of Malmö, Sweden.
GaN power devices market to growth at 78% CAGR through 2025
September 13, 2021Demand for elecom base stations, converters, and charging stations has seen considerable growth this year as a result of ongoing developments in 5G telecommunication, consumer electronics, industrial energy conversion, and new energy vehicles (NEV), according to TrendForce.
Sponsored content by KyzenThe Effectiveness of IPA/DI on No-clean Flux Residues This article studies the ability of the current 75%IPA/25%DI extraction solution, commonly used to detect ion contamination since the 1960s, to detect and quantify new technology weak organic acids common in modern soldering materials employing ROSE, Gravimetric, and Ion Chromatography.
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Optomec gets repeat order from existing customer
September 10, 2021Optomec announced that one of its long-time production customers purchased another five (5) Aerosol Jet 3D Electronics Printers, bringing its total count over time to 15 systems. The USD 1+ million order is part of a production ramp plan that will grow to more than 25 systems over the next 12 months.
Enics expands manufacturing site in Suzhou, China
September 10, 2021In response to increased demand, Enics plans to expand its manufacturing site in Suzhou, China. The high-volume electronics manufacturing site serves both Chinese and international customers.
New Head of Business Development at Libra Industries
September 09, 2021Libra Industries has hired Joe Anderson as Sr. Director of Business Development headquartered in Dayton, OH.
Kristoffer Asklöv is Kitron's new COO
September 08, 2021Mr. Asklöv has more than 20 years of experience from electronics production, with companies such as Partnertech and Toyota. Most recently he was Vice President, Business Development & Central European sales at the Finnish EMS company Scanfil.
Revenue of Top10 OSAT companies for 2Q21 reaches USD 7.88bn
September 07, 2021Despite the intensifying COVID-19 pandemic that swept Taiwan in 2Q21, the domestic OSAT (outsourced semiconductor assembly and test) industry remained largely intact, according to TrendForce.
SBF signs letter of intent to acquire electronics company
September 07, 2021German SBF AG, a listed supplier of LED lighting systems for rolling stock and industry, plans to take the next step in its growth by acquiring a successful German electronics company.
Lane Electronics recertified to EN 9120:2018
September 07, 2021Lane Electronics announce that following the completion of a BSI Assessment they are now recertified to EN 9120:2018 the Quality Management System Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defence Distributors.
Texan money to entice Samsung
September 06, 2021Taylor, a city in Texas, wants Samsung Electronics to build its USD 17 billion semiconductor manufacturing facility in their backyard.
Quantic Electronics acquires Paktron Capacitors
September 06, 2021Quantic Electronics announced the acquisition of Paktron Capacitors, a manufacturer of multilayer polymer film capacitors.
Sponsored content by Rochester ElectronicsPlanning for and Minimizing the Costs of EOL Ken Greenwood, Rochester Electronics, Technical Sales Manager-EMEA
The electronic component product lifecycle, or time between market introduction and end-of-life (EOL), is getting shorter. For manufactured products with lifecycles extending far beyond the active availability of devices, long-term component availability is vital. Manufacturers need to ensure that a reliable source is in place, even after components become obsolete. This means planning and managing obsolescence strategically.