Shipment of Apple's Mini LED iPad Pro expected to reach five million units in 2021, all thanks to improved display technology, says market researcher.
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A U.S. jury has ruled in favour of Intel in a patent infringement lawsuit the chip maker filed against VLSI Technology LLC.
All suppliers assure that the wafers are made of polysilicon, which comes from the European manufacturer Wacker.
The Know-Center developed an AI algorithm for AT&S. This not only correctly recognises the images of the circuit boards, but also provides an explanation of why a circuit board might be defective or intact. As a result, AT&S now has a transparent AI system at its disposal, which, after an intensive test phase, should deliver comprehensible and explainable results in the near future.
Renesas confirmed the emission of smoke (late afternoon local time on April 21, 2021) from the power panel of a Rail Guided Vehicle (RGV) located on the basement of the N3 Building (300mm line) of Naka Factory.
The EMS provider says that it estimates that its revenue, operating profit (EBIT) and adjusted operating profit (EBIT) for 2021 will be "clearly higher" than that of 2020.
Supporting LCD and OLED displays, Microchip’s latest maXTouch® touchscreen controller reduces integration complexity and cost for ultrawide touch displays up to 45 inches.
The Israeli provider of additive electronics manufacturing solutions has signed a definitive agreement to acquire DeepCube Ltd., a Machine Learning/Deep Learning (ML/DL) technology.
Critical Manufacturing has been awarded a contract with electronics manufacturer éolane Tallinn, Estonia. The project will see a two-phase Manufacturing Execution System (MES) implementation, replacing the existing legacy system on-site and then implementing additional features and modules, moving the business towards an Industry 4.0 solution.
Emerald EMS says that its DataED facility, located in Salem, New Hampshire, is the third of its manufacturing sites to attain the AS9100-2016 Rev D certification, an essential quality control standard for serving the Aerospace & Defense market.
V2X communication solution provider Autotalks has teamed up with Russia’s Sreda Solutions to offer a V2X solution for the Russian and global markets.
The EMS provider first announced its plans to expand its presence in Asia with a new manufacturing site in Malaysia back in June 2020. Now, Enics has inauguration its newest and latest manufacturing site.
Marvell Technology has completed its acquisition of Inphi Corporation; the combination creates a US semiconductor powerhouse.
Nanya Technology plans to – with the supports of New Taipei City Government and Central Government agencies – construct a new 12-inch advanced semiconductor fabrication plant with a double-deck cleanroom in Taishan Nanlin Technology Park in New Taipei City.
TrendForce’s investigations find that DRAM suppliers and major PC OEMs are currently participating in the critical period of negotiating with each other over contract prices for 2Q21.
Norwegian EMS provider Norautron, has signed an agreement with MDC Eiendom AS for the rental of new premises in Horten, Norway. The newly signed agreement adds 2'500 square metres of production, warehouse and office space to the company's operations.
German EMS provider Zollner has expanded its location in China with the addition of a new warehouse – offering the company more room and automated material management.
Micross Components says that it is combining and relocation of its component modification services (CMS) facility from Hatfield, Pennsylvania to two of its AS9100 certified CMS Centers of Excellence, located in Manchester, New Hampshire and Round Rock, TExas.
The worlds biggest EMS provider has reached a new deal with the state of Wisconsin, and a resolution is near between the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and Foxconn regarding the company’s project in Mount Pleasant.
The Japanese company restarted production at the N3 building – housing the 300mm line – of its Naka fab on April 17. While production capacity is still just under 10% of what it once was, the company is confident to be back up to normal levels before June.
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