A three-day fire at semiconductor producer Asahi Kasei Microdevices’ factory in Nobeoka, Japan, has disrupted camera and high-end audio device manufacturers’ supply chain, sources said.
IPC said the manufacturing sector continues to expand throughout much of the world in its November economic outlook.
The FCC hsa rejected a petition from ZTE asking the agency to reconsider its decision designating the Chinese company as a US national security threat to communications networks.
Dynamic Electronics is moving ahead on a $300 million, 140,000 sq. m plant for building rigid-flex PCBs in China.
Foxconn is refusing to confirm or deny reports that it will build servers for Google in Wisconsin.
Westwind Air Bearings will shutter its plant in England, ending a run that lasted more than 60 years, according to local media.
The UK is considering banning the installation of all Huawei equipment by next September.
Taiwan's manufacturing production index was 123.44 in October, decreasing 1.19% sequentially but increasing 7.63% year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
Salutica said a number of production workers at its EMS factory in Malaysia have tested positive for Covid-19.
AT&S is building printed circuit boards said too enable the fastest and most sensitive Covid-19 antigen test on the market.
Note won a new deal worth approximately SEK 50 million a year to build electronics for a leading international OEM of advanced control units.
Keysight Technologies named Batronix and Batter Fly to its European distribution network.
Flex appointed Dr. Todd Fruchterman president of the Reliability Solutions segment.