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Successful Demonstration of a Superconducting Circuit for Qubit Control within Large-scale Quantum Computer Systems

06/03/2024 | JCN Newswire
In support of the development of large-scale superconducting quantum computers, researchers with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), one of the largest public research organizations in Japan, in collaboration with Yokohama National University, Tohoku University, and NEC Corporation, proposed and successfully demonstrated a superconducting circuit that can control many qubits at low temperature.

PCB Market Size to Grow by $29.06B from 2024-2028

05/17/2024 | PRNewswire
The global printed circuit board (PCB) market size is estimated to grow by USD 29.06 bn from 2024-2028, according to Technavio. The market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 6.6% during the forecast period.

epoxySet Launches EC-1015HP - High Temperature, Crack Resistant Epoxy Potting

05/13/2024 | epoxySet
epoxySet introduces the EC-1015HP epoxy potting compound.  This heat cure system is designed for temperature cycling from -55 to 180°C with significantly better crack resistance than traditional rigid epoxies.  As a low viscosity encapsulant, it is used for large and small potting applications with fragile components. 

New Book on Low-temperature Soldering Now Available

04/17/2024 | I-Connect007
I-Connect007 is pleased to announce that The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to… Low-temperature Soldering, Vol. 2, by subject matter experts at MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions, is now available for download.

The Chemical Connection: Reducing Etch System Water Usage, Part 1

04/05/2024 | Don Ball -- Column: The Chemical Connection
Water conservation has become an important component of the overall system design for most manufacturing operations today. Changing climate conditions and increasing populations are beginning to strain the freshwater supplies in many areas of the country. As a result, as equipment suppliers, we see an increasing number of requests for options that reduce water usage in proposed wet processing systems. Etching systems tend to use more water because of the need for close temperature control to maintain steady etch rates and the rinsing requirements for complete removal of corrosive etchants from the surface of the product before the next process step. This column contains some simple suggestions for reducing water usage in etch systems that won’t strain the budget too much.
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