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GEORGE TOWN: Northern region-based plastic, tissue paper, fastener, radio frequency chip and semiconductor test-equipment manufacturers are among the beneficiaries of the United States-China trade conflict.
PENANG is one of a handful of manufacturing sites in Asia with a 5G (fifth-generation mobile networks) radio frequency (RF) chip production facility. And the state has become an important production site for Mini-Circuits Technologies (Malaysia), a subsidiary of New York-based Scientific Component.
EIGHTEEN students from Staffordshire University became the biggest group to obtain First Class Honours under the Disted-Staffordshire partnership.
SOME 120 pupils from various SJK(C) schools spent a fruitful day at The Star’s UPSR workshop for Years Five and Six pupils.
Manufacturer looks at new products to stay competitive as new players start crowding out the industry
MINI-Circuits Technologies (Malaysia), a subsidiary of Scientific Components Corp, plans to expand its original design manufacturing (ODM) services for radio frequency (RF) chips for the Asia- Pacific market when its third facility in Bayan Lepas, Penang, is ready in 2017.
GEORGE TOWN: Not all electronic and semiconductor companies in Penang are impacted by the global slowdown and are implementing retrenchment exercises.
MINI Circuits Technologies Malay-sia recognised the services of its 76 long-serving employees during a ceremony at the company premises in Penang.
SCIENTIFIC Components Corp, which does business under the trade name Mini Circuits, is expanding its operations in Penang with an investment of more than RM105mil to tap into the growing applications for radio frequency chips.
GEORGE TOWN: The first quarter of the year, traditionally a weaker quarter for the electronics industry, will be a mixed quarter as far as earnings are concerned, dependent on which segment of the industry a manufacturer is in.