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VOLUME -23 NUMBER 3
Publication Date: 03/1/2008
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Schott Solar Building New Plant in Albuquerque

Santa Fe, NM — Schott AG of Mainz, Germany (Schott) is invading the U.S. big time with a new solar power generator manufacturing plant being built in New Mexico. Schott Solar, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Schott AG, will construct a new solar energy technology production facility in the Mesa del Sol region of Albuquerque, NM....
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HDI: Our Newest "Old" Technology


Bannockburn, IL — Miniaturization, increased reliability, better connectivity — those are just a few advantages of high density interconnect (HDI) with microvias, when compared with plated-through hole technology. The downside: for many OEMs, it's too costly to include in systems. "And that ...Read More
Organic Electronics Materials: New Revenues, New Challenges

Glen Allen, VA — Organic electronics materials are poised on the brink of an enormous upsurge in worldwide applications, according to a new report. NanoMarkets has recently published a report on organic materials and according to its latest numbers this little niche business will exceed $1.0 billion ...Read More
NEPCON Shanghai: SMT & Test Equipment

The vibrant NEPCON show in Shanghai early this April, has exhibitors from all around the world with their latest SMT equipment. Other exhibitors introduced test machines and assembly equipment, as well as various services supporting the electronics production segment. US Tech was among the hi-tech publications which supported this event in China.  Read More


 
 
Internet of Things: a promising future for sensors| Yole Développement & Fraunhofer EMFT seminar - Munich, July 3&4
LYON, FRANCE - The MEMS & sensor offering has never been so diverse. Inertial, pressure, temperature, (bio-)chemical and gas sensors as well as microphones, fingerprint and iris recognition. All devices are part of the IoT revolution.

Indium Corporation Names Nash as Product Manager – PCB Solder Paste
CLINTON, NY - Indium Corporation has named Chris Nash as Product Manager for PCB Assembly Materials.

Nash is responsible for managing new solder paste product development, including strategy guidance and execution, directed to sales to the printed circuit board industry.
 

 
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