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2007-09-18 Xilinx expands Singapore HQ, beefs up 45nm R&D
Xilinx CEO Wim Roelandts, while in Singapore to open the company's expanded Asia-Pacific regional headquarters, disclosed plans for increased investment in R&D particularly focused on next-generation FPGA design at 45nm and below
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
2008-05-20 KLA-Tencor expands in Asia with new Singapore facility
KLA-Tencor has opened its new facility in Singapore designed to expand its high-precision manufacturing and well as expand it training, sales and corporate functions
2005-11-16 Xilinx investing $40 million in Singapore operations
Programmable logic supplier Xilinx Inc. said that it plans to invest $40 million to expand the company's Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore
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.
2004-12-02 STMicro opens techno park in Singapore
STMicroelectronics Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of, STMicroelectronics, is scheduled to open the ST TechnoPark in Singapore today (Dec 2
2007-08-17 Sony to build Li-ion battery plant in Singapore
Sony plans to set up a Li-ion polymer battery plant in Singapore, its first in Southeast Asia, with operations expected to start August 2008
2015-09-29 Singapore sets up SE Asia's largest 3D printing facility
U.S.-based semiconductor company Ultra Clean Technology has launched in Singapore a $3.5-million 3D printing facility that is believed to be the biggest and most comprehensive in Southeast Asia
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
2006-03-27 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
2006-12-19 SDK opens hard disk media plant in Singapore
Showa Denko K.K. (SDK) last week opened its new hard disk (HD) media plant in Singapore, the fourth HD media plant for the Showa Denko Group
2003-12-03 SDK completes HD capacity expansion in Singapore
Showa Denko K.K. has expanded its hard disk media production capacity at the Showa Denko HD Singapore Pte. Ltd (SHDS) by one million disks a month to meet growing demand for hard disks for use in PCs, car navigation systems and MP3 players
2007-05-17 R&D center for high-end packaging opens in Singapore
STATS ChipPAC is laying the groundwork for its expansion into the high-end packaging market by building a new R&D center at its Singapore headquarters
2006-09-29 NXP set to increase stake in Singapore foundry
NXP Semiconductors will buy for about $185 million the 17.5 percent of shares owned by EDBI in Singapore-based Systems on Silicon Manufacturing Co. Pte. Ltd
2005-03-14 NatSemi puts Singapore T&A facility up for sale
National Semiconductor Corp. is looking for a buyer for its assembly and test plant in Toa Payoh, Singapore, the company said ahead of a scheduled third quarter FY2005 financial announcement and conference call Thursday (Mar. 10
2004-03-15 Motorola to cut design jobs in Singapore
Motorola Inc.'s semiconductor operation is cutting back chip design operations in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong in preparations for the spin-out of the chip unit from the parent company.
2005-09-28 Micron's expanded Singapore facility to concentrate on DDR2, sensors
Micron Technology's expanded facility here will better position the firm to supply DDR2 and CMOS image sensor technology to an expanding Asian market, the company's local head said.
2003-09-25 Matsushita expands production reach at Singapore plant
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd Semiconductor Co. (SC) has announced its expansion plan and the introduction of CCD manufacturing to its Singapore plant
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
2003-01-30 Hitachi Global Storage centralizes business functions in Singapore
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has launched its
2015-03-23 Fujitsu builds new data centre in Singapore
As a response to the increasing need for cloud services in Asia, the Fujitsu group established its latest data centre located in the western part of Singapore
2002-12-19 FastRamp acquires Conexant test operation
FastRamp Test Services has agreed to acquire Conexant Systems Inc.'s test operations in San Diego, California.
2008-09-08 Bosch puts up research center in Singapore
The Bosch Group has built its Asia-Pacific regional headquarters for research and advance engineering in Singapore
2006-03-02 Amkor to commence wafer bumping in Singapore
Amkor Technology announced that it is establishing wafer bumping operations in Singapore using the same processes currently employed by Amkor's Unitive subsidiary in Taiwan
2006-10-19 Amkor opens new wafer bump facility in Singapore
Amkor Technology began operations of its new 300mm wafer bump factory in Singapore on Oct. 16
2003-10-28 Adhesives Research to break ground at Singapore center
Adhesives Research Pte Ltd announced that it is set to open its new technical center located at the Singapore Science Park 2 on November 10, 2003
2008-10-13 Micron implements job cuts, reduces production
Micron Technology has announced that it will reduce its workforce by around 15 percent and will slash the output of its NAND flash joint venture with Intel as part of streamlining its IC memory operations.
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.
2008-07-30 ST-NXP Wireless is all set to do business
NXP and STMicroelectronics have closed the deal that brings together key wireless operations of both companies into ST-NXP Wireless.
2010-04-14 Trina Solar bags PV power plant deal in Thailand
Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd has established a strategic partnership with Grenzone Pte Ltd to supply modules for photovoltaic projects in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand
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