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  • Singapore electronic exports suffer sluggish growth (2014-10-17) [ Manufacturing/Packaging ]
    Electronic exports fell 4 per cent on-year in September, following the 6.9 per cent decline in the previous month. The decrease was largely due to parts of PCs falling by 25.1 per cent, ICs by 5.5 per cent) and disc drives by 11.7 per cent.

  • Samsung to build $14.7B IC fab (2014-10-17) [ Manufacturing/Packaging ]
    In order to maintain leadership in memory IC sales and support new markets, Samsung is building a new wafer fab in South Korea, estimated at $14.7 billion.

  • APAC semiconductor sales improve amid downturn fears (2014-10-16) [ Manufacturing/Packaging ]
    The region's sales of semiconductors reached $16.7 billion in August, a 9.4 per cent increase from August 2013 and an uptick of 1.7 per cent over the July total, suggesting nothing out of the ordinary that might signal an emerging industry correction predicted by Microchip CEO Steve Sanghi.

  • Thales opens innovation hub in Singapore (2014-10-14) [ T&M ]
    The hub is working on projects covering maritime security, smart city solutions, mine counter measures and air traffic management. With the launch of the R&D centre, Thales said it will be looking at the local workforce for professionals, including engineers, to build its talent pool.

  • Best practices form guidelines for IoT design (2014-10-14) [ RF/Microwave ]
    The GSMA released version 1.0 of its "IoT Device Connection Efficiency Guidelines," a 70-page document outlining best practices for chips, systems and apps riding the cellular network.

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