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Marvell Grows Presence in Vietnam at Accelerated Rate

05/29/2024 | Marvell Technology, Inc.
Marvell Technology, Inc., a leader in data infrastructure semiconductor solutions, has accelerated the growth of its workforce and presence in Vietnam in the past year since the company announced plans to expand R&D, engineering and design activities in the country.

American Made Advocacy: Batting .333: Great in Baseball, Not in Microelectronics

05/28/2024 | Travis Kelly -- Column: American Made Advocacy
Some in Washington, D.C. have the misperception that the CHIPS Act is all we need to address serious supply chain challenges. Using a baseball analogy, investing only in semiconductors would be batting .333, a pretty good average. But this isn’t baseball. We need to bat 1.000 through legislation and policies to invest 100% of the technology stack, including printed circuit boards (PCBs) and IC substrates.

IPC Excellence in Education Award: Janene Stinson

05/27/2024 | Marcy LaRont, PCB007 Magazine
Janene Stinson of Boeing is this year’s proud winner of IPC’s Excellence in Education Award. This award recognizes Janene’s work in the defense and aerospace industry for over 30 years, and enduring contribution to workforce development in more than 20 years of teaching and training with IPC.

Marvell Grows Presence in Vietnam at Accelerated Rate

05/22/2024 | Marvell Technology, Inc.
Marvell Technology, Inc., a leader in data infrastructure semiconductor solutions, has accelerated the growth of its workforce and presence in Vietnam in the past year since the company announced plans to expand R&D, engineering and design activities in the country.

Marcy’s Musings: The ‘Magic’ of Additive Processes

05/21/2024 | Marcy LaRont -- Column: Marcy's Musings
Though modern semi-additive and fully additive technologies are still emerging for PCB manufacturing, additive technology itself is not new. Many PCB fabricators find themselves at a crossroads when deciding whether to change their current processes and go additive or stay the course until something significant compels a change. But change is on the horizon, and it seems to be driven by significant technological advancements in chips and advanced packaging, offering PCB fabricators some additive manufacturing solutions to explore.
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