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2016-03-09 Thailand semiconductor to tap into $280B car electronics space
Constituting a nearly $100 billion industry, Thailand's E&E sector has played a vital role in growing the country's economy and positioning Thailand as one of the semiconductor leaders in Southeast Asia.
2007-10-02 Singapore's investment arm eyes Malaysian automation firm
Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government's investment arm, has teamed with a group that unveiled a planned takeover of Malaysian automation equipment manufacturer LKT Industrial.
2012-03-08 Shining the spotlight on Malaysia's LED industry
The Malaysian government is fiercely promoting the LED industry in multiple ways. The ecosystem calls for more efforts to bring down the prices to a competitive level for the local manufacturer.
2012-12-07 Sharp expects continued growth in Malaysia
Sharp projects LCD TV demand in Malaysia will continue to increase with 16,000 sold units of its Aquos line in 2013.
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.
2011-12-13 Seagate opens new Korat factory
The new facility is expected to increase Seagate's read/write-head production by up to 40 percent.
2011-06-27 Rubicon's Malaysia fab is ISO certified
Rubicon's new Malaysia facility recently completed qualification of its six-inch wafers by a key customer, and also successfully completed an ISO certification audit.
2006-07-06 Renesas to establish new design building in Vietnam
Renesas Technology announced that it has decided to establish a new building in Ho Chi Minh City to expand its development and design capability for its Vietnam design subsidiary.
2008-01-15 Renesas fortifies Malaysia operations, focuses on analog, discretes
Renesas Technology is stepping up its operations in Malaysia with the expansion of its back-end process plant and the establishment of a new design center.
2008-09-05 Plexus sees Hangzhou as manufacturing site
EMS provider Plexus Corp. intends to begin manufacturing in Hangzhou, China, and has entered into an agreement to lease about 106,000sq.ft in the Binjiang Hi-Tech Park.
2010-09-21 Phoenix Solar opens Malaysia subsidiary
Phoenix Solar expands amid Asian push in renewable energy production
2013-01-31 Philips returns to lighting roots, drop CE business
Philips has exited the consumer electronics market choosing to focus instead on segments such as LED lighting and control systems.
2003-05-22 Osram launches brand name for OLED line
Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH has introduced the brand name "Pictivaa" for its OLED products and technology.
2011-03-10 Osram converts chip plants to raise LED output
Osram's facilities in Malaysia and Germany will introduce 6-inch wafers, a move that could almost double the company's chip production capacity for white LEDs by the end of 2012.
2006-05-15 Nu Horizons strengthens China presence
Nu Horizons, a global distributor of advanced technology active components and system solutions, will be adding technical and sales support in Nanjing and Chengdu, China.
2013-02-25 NI sees Asia moving up the innovation chain
National Instruments executives believe the company is positioned well in Asia with its broad-based approach in weathering out economic volatility.
2009-09-25 Malaysia WiMAX network taps Fujitsu mux
Malaysia WiMAX carrier Packet One Networks has deployed Fujitsu's Flashwave 7500 platform.
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.
2005-08-18 Lumileds steps up position in solid-state lighting technology
Lumileds Lighting is positioned to accelerate solid-state lighting technology advancements as a result of the agreement for Royal Philips Electronics to purchase Agilent Technologies' interests in the company.
2013-03-04 Lumileds joins Avnet supplier roster in Asia
Avnet Electronics Marketing Asia adds Philips Lumileds to its pool of suppliers to expand LED lighting solutions portfolio.
2006-06-07 Kontron, Sindhara enter manufacturing agreement
Kontron and Sindhara SuperMedia has signed a manufacturing agreement, giving Kontron permission to produce PCB assemblies and fully integrated hardware systems for Sindhara's wireless multimedia products.
2008-10-08 Kontron takes over Intel's rackmount server biz
Kontron has reached an agreement with Intel to acquire its Communication Rackmount Server operation of 1U, 2U carrier-grade rackmount and IP network security server products.
2008-03-10 Kontron inks JV agreement with Taiwan's Quanta
Embedded computer systems provider Kontron has signed a joint-venture agreement with Taiwan's Quanta Computer.
2009-08-18 Intel Vietnam IC-assembly ramp hits snags
It seems that chip giant Intel Corp. has pushed out the production schedule for its IC-packaging and test plant in Vietnam by three or so quarters due to some unforeseen snags.
2006-03-02 Intel to invest $300M in Vietnam to build semiconductor assembly, test facility
Intel announced that it will invest $300 million to build a semiconductor assembly and test facility in Ho Chi Minh City.
2010-06-03 Intel to increase Chengdu headcount to 3,000
Intel Corp. plans to increase the headcount in its IC-packaging facility in Chengdu from 2,500 employees right now to 3,000.
2005-03-29 Intel to build second IC assembly plant in Chengdu
Intel Corp. has announced plans to construct a second assembly and testing factory in the municipality of Chengdu in China's Sichuan Province.
2009-01-23 Intel succumbs to job cuts, fab shutdown
After declining to post revenue forecast for Q1, Intel Corp. has announced that it will close two fabs and three IC assembly factories.
2005-12-12 Intel reportedly to invest $230M in Malaysian upgrade
Intel plans to spend $230M to expand its test and assembly facility in Kulim, Malaysia, according to an Associated Press report.
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