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STATS ChipPAC's new technology sees strong demand

STATS ChipPAC yesterday said that its more advanced semiconductor technology - unveiled two months ago - has seen strong demand and accelerated adoption across its customer base.The chip maker said that its encapsulated Wafer Level Chip Scale Project (eWLCSP) solution, which is aimed at future electronics markets including space-constrained mobile devices and wearable technology, has made...


Scheme gives new start-ups a crack at govt tech deals

NEW home-grown technology firms will be given preference over established companies when applying for Government contracts under a new scheme, it was revealed yesterday. Nine such new businesses have already applied for Accreditation@IDA, which was launched in April by the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA). Normally start-ups without a track record or financial muscle would not meet the...


$200m boost for R&D on tiny semiconductors

THE Government and 10 industry partners are injecting $200 million over the next three to five years for research and development into the manufacture of smaller, more efficient semiconductors. The R&D will be carried out in four joint labs set up by the Institute of Microelectronics (IME) and the 10 companies. IME executive director Kwong Dim-Lee told The Straits Times yesterday that there is...


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SEMICON Southeast Asia 2015

The inauguration of SEMICON Southeast Asia 2015! An established semiconductor trade event for more than 20 years in Singapore, where we connect business and network. With our expansion into Southeast Asia, Malaysia-Penang, our first stop in SEA, we commit to foster closer collaboration in this ecosystem with the support from the industry and government. Visit www.semiconsea.org for more information.
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