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There is plenty of scepticism surrounding the technology. While millimetre wave frequencies offer fast speeds and massive bandwidth, they don't travel very far.
Time to transition investment portfolios has to reflect a different economy post-pandemic
BERLIN (Reuters) - Strains in the semiconductor supply chain have worsened in some areas as trends such as remote working combine with an industrial recovery from last year's pandemic slump to drive chip demand, the head of Germany's Infineon said.
SINGAPORE: Asia’s manufacturing managers are seeing stumbles in the area’s economic recovery as the pandemic continues to weigh on output and vaccination lags other regions.
SHANGHAI: Chinese chipmaker Loongson Technology is banking on its upcoming initial public offering (IPO) in Shanghai to beef up its research and production of advanced semiconductor technologies.
TAIPEI (Reuters): Taiwan's chief trade negotiator John Deng told the United States on Wednesday (June 30) that he hopes the two can "gradually" move towards a free trade agreement, a deal which would be a strong show of support from Washington.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): One Japanese company that got its start making grinding wheels for machinery more than 80 years ago believes it holds the key to helping manufacturers create ever slimmer and more powerful semiconductors to power next-generation mobile phones and advanced computers.
An 80-year-old Japanese company specialising in grinders believes it can help manufacturers create slimmer and more powerful semiconductors for next-generation technology.
BEIJING (Reuters): Growth in China's factory activity dipped to a four-month low in June, weighed by higher raw material costs, a global shortage of semiconductors and a resurgence of Covid-19 cases in the major export province of Guangdong.