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2002-05-31 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
Chen Shu Bian, an electrical engineering graduate from China's Chengchi University, is a senior equipment engineer in the Silicon-On-System Mfg Co. wafer fabrication facility in Singapore.
2002-08-01 Singapore fabs serve as EE training ground
This news article shows the movement of Engineers to and from Singapore to find better job opportunities and advanced training.
2006-10-16 Industry leader sees Asian business models evolve
Hein van der Zeeuw shares his insights on the evolution of the electronics business and how shifts in the EMS, ODM and OEM models are affecting the electronics supply chain.
2002-09-30 Engineers eye foreign jobs despite Asian hiring binge
The recruitment outlook for Asia's electronics industry is bright as MNCs seek a foothold in the region. In a bid to lower operational costs and boost supply chain efficiency, electronic makers are investing in R&D and production facilities in Asia, notably China.
2005-01-03 Asian market: No longer the dark horse
Here are key development trends in the Asian semiconductor industry and what is in store in the coming years
2013-01-14 IBM tops patent list, Asian firms dominate
A U.S. patent research firm reports that IBM once again received the most number of utility patents in 2012 while Asian companies like TSMC experienced double digit percentage growth
2001-04-01 Chartered cuts spending as foundry market slows
Chartered Semi's budget cut reflects the findings of a new report, which shows demand for wafers is slowing dramatically, impacting Asia's foundries.
2014-10-10 UMC to invest $6.2B in China foundry
The foundry will be a joint venture with a total investment of $6.2 billion, aimed at ramping to produce 50,000 12-inch wafers a month using 55nm and 40nm process technologies.
2015-02-04 Singapore, India beef up semicon industry collaborations
SSIA and IESA signed a memorandum of agreement that would establish and develop trade and technical cooperation links between the electronics and semiconductor industry of Singapore and India.
2011-01-04 Market trends and the electronics industry
As the cost of IC design advanced nodes increases, companies are also looking at embedded systems to shorten the development cycle and increase the potential for hardware reuse.
2013-11-21 Malaysia foundry ready to take X-Fab to 180nm, 130nm
X-Fab Silicon's Rudi De Winter talks to EE Times Europe about his company's acquisition of 1st Silicon in Malaysia and its transition to 200mm wafer manufacturing.
2015-01-28 Is Taiwan's water shortage affecting TSMC, UMC?
Rainfall in Taiwan is at the lowest level since 1947, which in November last year started restrictions on water use in two parts of the island where most of the fabs run by TSMC and UMC are located.
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