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2006-03-21 UTAC, SMIC launch Chengdu joint venture
UTAC and SMIC announced at an opening ceremony for their joint assembly and test facility that the factory has already moved into the pilot production phase.
2006-04-24 UTAC opens second facility in Singapore
United Test and Assembly Center Ltd opened a second facility in the city-state to meet growing demand for its services.
2006-12-08 UTAC expands Thailand packaging operations
United Test and Assembly Center Ltd will pump more than $100 million into its Thailand operations over the next three years as it shifts more low-end packaging activities to the country.
2005-11-18 U.S. electronics companies in Malaysia register Q3 growth
U.S. electronics manufacturers in Malaysia registered steady growth in exports for the third quarter despite lingering uncertainties affecting the sector, the Malaysian American Electronics Industry (MAEI) group reported.
2006-11-24 TSMC, Samsung, MediaTek to gain from market in '07
TSMC and MediaTek in Taiwan and Samsung in South Korea will be among the main beneficiaries of the trends destined to shape the Asia-Pacific semiconductor industry next year.
2006-11-07 Technology firms eyeing Vietnam
China may be the name on everyone's lips when it comes to the preeminent Asian market and production base, but a growing number of major technology firms are taking notice of a new contender to the throneVietnam.
2006-08-30 Soitec launches new 300mm fab in Singapore
SOI wafer supplier Soitec has started work on a new 300mm fab at Singapore. According to Soitec CEO Andre-Jacques Auberton-Herve, this new fab will play a key role in the company's growth strategy.
2006-01-27 Singapore, facing competition, courts new foreign investors
Electronics manufacturing continues to drive Singapore's economy despite increased competition for foreign investment from lower-cost destinations such as China and Malaysia.
2006-08-04 Singapore's electronics makers still optimistic despite signs of slowdown
Electronics manufacturers in Singapore see their businesses expanding in the coming months despite some indications the sector may be headed for a slowdown.
2006-08-25 Singapore's A*STAR now offers R&D foundry services
Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research is now offering R&D foundry services through its Institute of Microelectronics. The agency said the Institute's R&D foundry would help chipmakers launch prototyping and low-volume production of next-generation products.
2006-06-09 Singapore tapped as Motorola supply chain hub
Motorola said that it plans to invest an additional $60 million to turn Singapore into its global supply chain hub.
2007-03-05 Singapore private equity eyes STATS ChipPAC
Singapore's Temasek Holdings is offering of up to $1.6 billion for local packaging house STATS ChipPACa bid that analysts said may undervalue the once-troubled firm.
2006-02-23 Singapore pledges tax breaks, tech funding for electronics sector
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong unveiled a 2006 budget that contains several perks for the electronics and high-tech sectors.
2007-01-23 Singapore JV ramps 300mm wafer supply
A billion dollar plant being built in Singapore by Germany's Wacker Chemie and Samsung is on track to begin churning out raw 300mm wafers in mid-2008.
2006-03-21 Seiko Instruments expands R&D in Singapore
Precision engineering company Seiko Instruments will establish a new R&D center in Singapore on April to bolster its storage and microelectronics offerings.
2006-10-03 Seagate unveils plans for new Singapore plant
HDD manufacturer Seagate unveiled plans to spend $818 million over the next four years on a new hard-drive media plant in Singapore.
2006-12-12 Seagate to invest $281M in new Malaysian plant
Seagate Technology said it will invest $281 million in a new plant in Johor, Malaysia, to meet an anticipated surge in global demand.
2006-03-27 Seagate ramps Singapore investment
Hard-disk drive manufacturer Seagate Technology will ramp up investment in Singapore to expand its production and R&D capabilities here, senior executives said this week.
2006-08-18 Q2 sales of China's Memory Devices grew 151%
China's Memory Devices said in a statement that sales for Q2 of 2006 shot up 151 percent from 2005 to $142 million, while net profit rose 82 percent to $3 million.
2006-11-24 Microsoft inks three-year deal with Vietnam IT provider
Microsoft Corp. has signed a three-year strategic alliance with Vietnam's largest information technology provider, FPT Corp.
2006-08-04 Marvell expands presence in Singapore
Marvell Technology Group broke ground on its new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore in a move the firm said would better allow it to serve its expanding roster of regional clients.
2006-05-30 JAM opens Singapore operations
Fabless digital audio specialist JAM Technologies opened facilities in Singapore last week which the company said would better position it to serve customers in the consumer electronics industry.
2006-12-15 Intel-backed Vietnamese IT firm's IPO raises $1B
Vietnamese IT firm FPT Corp. made a dazzling debut on the Ho Chi Minh City stock exchange on Dec. 13, enriching some of the United States' top venture capitalists in the process.
2006-05-30 Intel opens new design facility in Malaysia
Intel unveiled a new $40 million design and development center in Kulim, Malaysia, in a move the chipmaker said would complement its existing operations there.
2006-06-28 Intel Capital to invest in Chinese tech firms
Intel Capital said it would provide capital under its $200 million China Technology Fund to Chinese technology firms.
2006-09-21 IMF warns possible Asian electronics slowdown
Emerging East Asian markets may no longer be able to depend on the electronics sector to sustain their economies, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned in a report.
2006-05-11 IC centers remain afloat despite China's rise
Despite the country's exponential growth and reputation as a low-cost manufacturing base, policy and human resource shortfalls are likely to prevent China from eclipsing the traditional centers of the semiconductor industry for the foreseeable future.
2006-07-20 Higher sales, investment for Malaysian electronics in 2006
The Malaysian American Electronics Industry said in its annual survey that total revenues for the group in 2006 would rise by 9 percent to $19.5 billion.
2006-04-20 Fabless firm to list on Malaysian exchange
Malaysia's BCT Technology Bhd. has received the green light from regulators to become the first integrated chip design house to list on the local exchange.
2006-07-28 Electronics sector leads Malaysian export growth
Electronics exports powered the Malaysian economy in 2005 and are expected to grow even faster this year, according to a report released by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
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