Introducing Icom Scottech Ltd

Reality in electronics contract manufacturing from the initial quotation cycle through product introduction, manufacturing and delivery to meet the customers changing requirements. A complete “open approach” from the outset, where the skills, resources and facilities of Icom-Scottech can be perceived as an extension of your organisation and business. Customers have direct communications with engineers whose remit is to provide a direct link with all manufacturing and technical aspects of the product programme. This link can commence at the design stage, where our engineers contribute to design for manufacture and continue throughout the production demand cycle.

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Denso and Toyota found seniconductor company

DENSO Toyota have founded a jv semiconductor company to pursue automotive ICs. The company is to start operations in April and will be called MIRISE. Toyota will have 49% of the jv and DENSO will have 51%. MIRISE will conduct research and advanced deve…

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TSMC November revenues up 9.7% y-o-y

TSMC’s November revenues rose 1.7% sequentially to $3.54 billion up 9.7% year-on-year. Revenues totaled  $31.7 billion for the first 11 months of this year, rising 2.7% from the same period in 2018. TSMC has estimated Q4 revenues at between $10.2 billion and $10.3 billion, up about 9% from the record high set in Q3. “We expect …

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Graphene Flagship announces 11 Spearhead Projects

At a press conference in Brussels, the Graphene Flagship announced projects in partnership with industry and a funding of €92m for the commercialisation of graphene-enabled products. Following the success of the first graphene-enabled solar farm last year, the research project will invest €45 million in projects with industry partners, such as Airbus, Lufthansa Technik, Siemens …

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