i3 Electronics Wins Prototype Opportunity


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i3 Electronics, Inc. announced today that it has earned the opportunity from an industry leading technology/computing company for the development and manufacture of advanced substrates utilizing embedded component technology. The product will be used in the company’s next generation communications devices.

“i3’s substrate technology is second-to-none in the industry. Our expertise in fabricating substrates with embedded components provides a reduction in size, weight and power (SWaP) which enables us to support our customers in ways our competition cannot,” said Dale Kersten, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer at i3 Electronics.

About i3 Electronics

i3 Electronics, Inc., with headquarters in Endicott, NY, is a vertically integrated provider of high performance electronic solutions consisting of design and fabrication of printed circuit boards and advanced semiconductor packaging, high speed laminates, advanced assembly, reliability and signal integrity reliability labs, high speed back plane & press fit assembly, and flexible electronics & assembly. i3 product lines meet the needs of markets including defense and aerospace, communications and computing, industrial and medical, where highly reliable products built in robust manufacturing operations are critical for success.

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