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2005-11-24 Malaysia's Unisem plans expansion in 2006
Malaysian chip maker Unisem is set to expand its reach in early 2006 by launching a new bumping joint venture at its main site in Ipoh and commencing operations at a test and assembly plant in Chengdu, China, a company executive said.
2007-04-17 Malaysia works with Taiwan, Korea on semicon, energy R&D
MIMOS, the Malaysian government's technology arm, is boosting its research into advanced semiconductor and energy solutions by partnering with its counterparts in South Korea and Taiwan.
2005-06-02 Malaysia seeks to foster electronics cluster
Malaysia's Ministry of Trade and Industry has unveiled plans to develop a local electronics industry cluster centered on semiconductor production, but stopped short of announcing concrete measures to lure more semiconductor firms to the country
2007-07-16 Malaysia fights to keep post in electronics race
Squeezed by low-cost giants like China and India in the manufacturing space and by R&D centers like Singapore and Taiwan at the high end, Malaysia is struggling to maintain its place as an electronics hub.
2007-09-14 Malaysia earmarks budget for high-tech sector
The Malaysian government's annual budget for 2008 contains several incentives for the high-tech sector.
2005-12-22 JAM expands to Singapore
JAM Technologies has opened a new headquarters here in a move that CEO Mike Holt said positions the company to better supply one of its key markets.
2005-09-20 Is Singapore hitting the skids as electronics hub?
Despite this city-state's loss of some manufacturing operations to cheaper destinations such as China and Malaysia, officials and analysts insist Singapore can still count on its skilled workforce, first-rate infrastructure and pro-business policies to maintain its status as an Asian electronics hub.
2007-08-13 Intel Vietnam facility on track for 2009 launch
The Intel executive overseeing the company's manufacturing operations in Vietnam said its planned $1 billion facility here is on track for its 2009 launch.
2005-09-15 Infineon poised to expand Malaysia fab
German chip maker Infineon has high hopes for its new plant currently under construction in Kulim, Malaysia, but a final decision to ramp up capacity at the facility will depend on the market conditions, according to a local director for the company.
2006-12-12 India's Satyam to build software center in Malaysia
Satyam Computer Services will set up a 2,000-seat software engineering center in Malaysia. The new center follows the creation of the company's a 100-seat center in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, three years ago.
2007-07-25 Greenpeace: Electronic firms step up green efforts
A Greenpeace report gave a relatively positive assessment of the environmental practices of electronics manufacturers, saying most had stepped up efforts to green their products and operations.
2007-07-19 GES Vietnam scores tech center permit
A new GES technology center is set to break ground in Vietnam after the semiconductor support vendor said it received permit to build the facility last week.
2007-06-15 Gartner: China to dominate Asia chip market by 2011
Gartner is predicting that China, which already accounts for more than half of the regional market outside of Japan, will represent 63 percent of Asia's chip market by 2011.
2007-08-31 Foxconn opens two factories in Vietnam
Taiwan contract manufacturer Foxconn opened two factories in Vietnam this week, the first phase of a massive investment that executives said would total billions of dollars over the next few years.
2007-06-12 EMC to set up Singapore R&D lab
EMC will launch a new development plant in Singapore that focuses on advanced storage technologies.
2005-06-02 Chartered appoints ST's Pasquale Pistorio to board of directors
Singaporean foundry Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing has appointed Pasquale Pistorio, Honorary Chairman of STMicroelectronics, to Chartered's board of directors
2007-05-15 CE sector boom could ease out small players, chip execs warn
The CE boom will continue to drive the semiconductor industry, but it may also create an environment where only the biggest players thrive, executives said at a recent industry forum in Singapore.
2007-06-25 Asian telco giants clash on future mobile tech
Asia's large telcos are looking to new applications to drive revenues, but a debate is raging over whether 3G or WiMAX networks are better suited to support next-generation mobile offerings.
2005-12-08 AMD looks to expand in Asia
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) plans to boost investment in Asia and may open a new fab here soon, AMD President and CEO Hector Ruiz disclosed early this week (Dec. 6).
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