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2001-07-16 Startup breaks Japanese recruitment pattern
This article tells the short story of the Japanese engineer who founded Analog and RF Tec Inc. as he airs his little frustrations regarding the industry and how he succeeded where others did not.
2002-10-01 Recruitment, pay issues highlight 2002 survey
Asia's electronics engineers are still looking for the proverbial light at the end of tunnel as a prolonged economic downturn continues to hound the global electronics industry. Last year's forecast of a 2002 recovery has long been forgotten, and companies are bracing themselves from the impact of the accounting scandals that have rocked Wall Street. On the other hand, the continued exodus of multinational electronic manufacturers to mainland China as well as India and Taiwan's efforts to strengthen their respective IC design sectors have somewhat intensified the recruitment of electronic engineers in Asia.
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.
2003-10-01 Overseas work shifts from West to East
Doing business is now moving toward the East, thus reversing the usual flow of engineering manpower.
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.
2003-10-01 China hunts for competitive talent
Headhunters in China are still on the lookout for skilled, high-end talents and compound engineers.
2014-09-19 Malaysia electronics factories perpetuate servitude
A study by a U.S.-based labour organisation found that one-third of Malaysia's electronics factory workers are unable to pay recruitment fees that often exceeded legal and industry standards.
2006-09-28 ADI exec sounds off on global engineering talent
ADI's R&D chief says its engineering recruitment program at universities worldwide typically brings in about half of the company's new engineering hires from North America and half from Europe and Asia.
2002-09-19 Zetex expands customer support in Europe
Zetex has centralized its European customer support operations at its Munich offices.
2015-11-13 Wearables inspire EMS to get hints from fashion industry
Whether it is the latest crowd-funded project or a volume product such as a fitness or activity monitor worn on the wrist, all these products have changed the way manufacturing is seen.
2010-01-28 TSMC completes Fab 12, Phase 5 construction
TSMC held a topping ceremony for its Fab 12, Phase 5 building located in the Hsinchu Science Park and announced that volume production is expected to begin in Q3 10.
2007-12-05 TI takes Chipcon founder to court
TI has filed a lawsuit against Geir Forre, founder of Chipcon, which TI acquired it January 2006, for allegedly trying to recruit TI staff in contravention of terms and conditions laid down at the time of the acquisition.
2015-07-16 Thread Group welcomes Qualcomm, outs Ver1.0 for IoT
Established to develop reliable, secure and low-power mesh networking protocols for IoT in the home, the group said its new specs, which passed rigorous interoperability testing, are available to members.
2008-07-17 Tnaiste, ON Semi intensify R&D on digital power
Tnaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Mary Coughlan and ON Semiconductor has announced the establishment of a new R&D Center at Raheen Business Park, Limerick, with the support of IDA Ireland.
2010-05-14 Solterra, JETRO bring quantum dot solar cells to Japan
Solterra Renewable Technologies is participating in the Japanese External Trade Organization's (JETRO) program for bringing businesses to Japan.
2006-10-31 SMIC denies TSMC's infringement allegations
SMIC refutes TSMC claims that the former stole technology from the latter by saying that SMIC's memory and logic IC production technologies came from other sources, said sources close to the ongoing lawsuit for the two companies.
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.
2014-12-29 Shining the spotlight on supply chain talent dev't
A survey of supply chain management professionals showed that the low ratings for the state of supply chain talent is primarily pointing at the lack of management support and poor staff development.
2010-11-10 SG solar facility celebrates first million rolled
REC has officially opened one of the world's largest integrated wafer, cell and module manufacturing facilities in Tuas, Singapore. This is the single largest investment ever made by REC, and one of the biggest clean tech investment ever made in Singapore.
2005-11-10 Samsung announces five-year R&D investment plan
Samsung announced an ambitious $44.9 billion investment plan aimed at vastly expanding the R&D capabilities of Samsung affiliates in the areas of electronics, mechanics, and chemicals
2013-04-03 Report: Lenovo to hire more design engineers
Lenovo intends to expand its IC design team to about 100 engineers by mid-2013, 40 of which will be hired from Shenzhen and 60 in Beijing, according to a China-based industry source.
2008-07-22 Nordic to tap Philippines as supply chain HQ
Ultralow power RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor ASA is looking into setting up a regional supply chain headquarters in Manila, the Philippines.
2014-04-22 Nike gives marching orders to 55 FuelBand staff
Nike has laid off 55 employees or about 80 per cent of the engineering team responsible for developing its FuelBand line of wearables. The move is said to be part of a software development push for the Nike Digital Tech.
2011-08-30 NDS opens China facility
The pay TV technology firm will enhance support and development solutions for its growing customer base in China.
2002-10-14 Namtek expands to Shanghai
Shenzhen Namtek Co. Ltd has established a new office in Shanghai, China.
2003-10-01 Mainland's stability hinges on performance of local firms
Mainland China continues to solidify its position as the frontier of the future of commerce as its semiconductor industry thrives; there are still a million new graduates who have no jobs, however, and the dragon of the East needs to come up new opportunities for growth to remedy this.
2004-05-14 Local talents propel India's tech industry
As more multinational companies settle their investments in India, the demand for more capable and qualified manpower will also increase.
2001-04-01 Internet redraws the recruiting equation
The Internet has become a potent tool in the rush to help employers find engineers who might want to switch jobs. But who is most fit to select the likeliest candidate? Corporate HR teams or the breed of outside recruiters commonly known as headhunters? Adam Marcus of EE Times shares his insights regarding this matter.
2002-09-02 Intel plans greater investments in India
Intel Corp. plans to invest about $130 million in India, according to reports quoting Pramod Mahajan, India's minister for information technology.
2006-01-19 Indian space agency enters chip making
Federally-owned Semiconductor Complex Ltd (SCL) expects to manufacture 0.35?m chips over the next 18 months.
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