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SPEA Expands in Southeast Asia with New Subsidiary in Thailand

05/17/2024 | SPEA
SPEA, a global leader in automatic test equipment for the manufacturing of semiconductor, microelectronic and electronic devices, today announced the opening of its new subsidiary in Thailand. This expansion marks a significant step forward in SPEA's commitment to serving the growing Southeast Asian microchip and electronics market with leading-edge manufacturing machinery and equipment.

ispace EUROPE, CDS Sign Payload Service Agreement to Transport Precise Location Measurement Technology to the Moon

05/14/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
ispace EUROPE S.A., the Luxembourg-based subsidiary of ispace, inc., and Control Data Systems SRL (CDS) have signed a payload services agreement to transport precise location measurement equipment to the Moon, the two companies announced.

American Made Advocacy: What About the Rest of the Technology Stack?

05/14/2024 | Travis Kelly -- Column: American Made Advocacy
Those of us who have been in the industry for any length of time know America manufactures very little of the world’s supply of microelectronics. This happened over decades and was invisible or ignored by policymakers as companies shipped both their ideas and their production to Asia—and made a good profit in the process.

Omdia: OLED Monitor Display shipments to surge by 123% YoY as Top Brands Embrace its Technology in 2024

05/09/2024 | PRNewswire
OLED monitor display shipments significantly increased in 2023, following an upsurge of 415% year-over-year (YoY), according to Omdia's Monitor Display & OEM Market Tracker. This trend is set to continue with Omdia forecasting a 123% YoY increase in 2024, reaching 1.84 million units, driven by industry leaders Samsung Display and LG Display.

Punching Out: Breaking Out of the Valuation Box

05/09/2024 | Tom Kastner -- Column: Punching Out!
Most companies are in a “valuation box.” That is, the value of the company, based on a market multiple, is not equal to the value of the assets. Or worse, once debt is paid off, the net proceeds would actually be negative. Here are some tips for getting out of the box.
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