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Penang, Malaysia-based Qdos Holdings Bhd is investing up to RM35 million to introduce new cutting-edge technology in the local semiconductor industry, according to The Malaysian Insider. Qdos business development director S. Suresh said that to-date, the company had invested RM25 million in equipment, manpower and technology transfer activities to develop the first-of-its-kind technology in the country.
"As we move forward, we expect to invest approximately RM10 million more in this year alone to manufacture the Molded Interconnect Substrates [MIS] circuits," said Suresh.
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Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Just like old times—meeting with John Ling, with whom I had previously travelled to industry events for over two decades, and who still carries the role of EIPC marketing manager, to fly together from Birmingham UK to Dusseldorf in Germany for the EIPC 50th Anniversary Summer Conference.
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