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Rogers Announces Further Actions to Streamline Operations and Drive Margin Improvement

06/07/2024 | Rogers Corporation
Rogers Corporation announced plans to drive further operational efficiency and margin improvement. Rogers intends to wind down manufacturing of advanced circuit materials and other related activities at its Evergem, Belgium factory by mid-2025.

ASC Sunstone Talks Imaging in Latest Podcast Episode

06/11/2024 | I-Connect007
Each circuit board is composed of a one-of-a-kind pattern of metal connections representing the specific design for that circuit. So, how do those unique features get mapped onto the board? Find out in this episode as Matt Stevenson paints a picture of the outer layer imaging process.

Step into the Future of Technology at THECA 2024

06/04/2024 | THECA : Thailand Electronics Circuit Asia
We are excited to invite you to join the Hosted Buyer Program, a key highlight of the Thailand Electronics Circuit Asia 2024, taking place this July, 24-26. This event aims to connect you with top suppliers in the electronics circuit industry, offering a unique opportunity to meet and do business with industry experts.

The Chemical Connection: Can the Limits of Subtractive Etching Be Extended?

06/03/2024 | Don Ball -- Column: The Chemical Connection
Subtractive etching has been the technology of choice since the era of PCBs began in the mid-1950s. I can remember TV ads for one manufacturer that claimed their TV sets were of much higher quality claiming, “We use wires to make the connections for our television sets, not cheap printed circuit boards.” Imagine that.

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.
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