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Halo Industries Closes $80 Million Series B Funding Round Led by Thomas Tull’s U.S. Innovative Technology Fund

07/16/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
Halo Industries, Inc., the creator of a laser manufacturing technology platform for the semiconductor industry, announced it raised up to $80 million in its oversubscribed Series B funding round. Led by Thomas Tull’s U.S. Innovative Technology Fund (USIT) with participation from 8VC and SAIC, the funding will help Halo Industries scale the commercialization and reach of its technology and advance its mission to establish the new gold-standard of silicon carbide substrate production.

Cogiscan Adds Sales Channel Partner Univertools for Representation in Interior Mexico

07/16/2024 | Cogiscan
Cogiscan, factory digitalization experts for electronics manufacturers globally, is proud to announce a new partnership with Univertools for technical sales support and representation in interior of Mexico.

Do You Collaborate With Your Component Supplier?

07/15/2024 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
Mention the word “collaboration” to a group of designers, and a few of them might acknowledge working closely with their fab and assembly partners. But how many designers consider their component providers to be true stakeholders in the process and collaborate with them regularly? Duane Benson, founder of Positive Edge, has a long history of working on the component side of things. I asked Duane to weigh in with his thoughts on collaborating with component suppliers.

Bridging the Gap: Re-engaging Design and Manufacturing with Downstream

06/27/2024 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
At PCB East in Boxborough, Massachusetts, I caught up with Joe Clark, co-founder of DownStream Technologies. In this interview, Joe walks us through how we got into our current situation, with design, fab, and assembly functioning in separate silos, and how DownStream and the IPC-2581 data format can help bridge this gap. He also discusses what we lost by moving from the captive model, and what we stand to gain by knocking down the walls between design and manufacturing.

IERA Award 2024: Realtime Robotics Awarded for ‘Choreography’ Tool

06/18/2024 | IFR
The 2024 “Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Robotics & Automation” (IERA) goes to Realtime Robotics. The US company from Boston won the prestigious prize for its fully-automatic motion planning tool for industrial robots.
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