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EMS Provider MC Assembly Announces Focus on Zero Defect Manufacturing

Faced with very complex PCBA and box builds, MC Assembly has unveiled an approach that keeps everything running smoothly.

EMS Industry Forecast, 2016.

Japanese EMS providers finding their place in Asia

2014 - a year review for EMS

With 2014 in the rear-view mirror, we at evertiq thought this might be a good time to contact our friends at Reed Electronics Research to take a look at what actually happened during the year.

Standard Proposed to Link Fab, EMS.

The industrial Internet of Things is poised to take a step linking the wafer fab to the printed-circuit board factory.

EBN - Gary Hilson - PCB and EMS Growth Was Solid in June

Semiconductor shipments continued to show signs of recovery, although year-on-year sales growth remains negative

Asteelflash new facility in Tunisia is up and running - Evertiq

EMS provider Asteelflash has started production at its newly built manufacturing facility in La Soukra, Tunisia.

SMTC Manufacturing is a provider of electronics contract manufacturing services in Mississippi.

Round Rock's newest company is a global electronics producer that is expected to hire as many as 80 high-tech jobs.

Texas Instruments has donated $3.5 million to the University of Texas' Cockrell School of Engineering. The new labs will help the school provide ample space and resources for students to engage in hands-on projects in electrical and computer engineering, which will help prepare them for jobs in Austin's hot high-tech economy.

Texas Instruments gives millions to UT's Cockrell School of Engineering for new center

Texas Instruments has donated $3.5 million to the University of Texas' Cockrell School of Engineering. The new labs will help the school provide ample space and resources for students to engage in hands-on projects in electrical and computer engineering, which will help prepare them for jobs in Austin's hot high-tech economy.

Austin was just ranked by Popular Mechanics as a top city for tech startups and a great place to find talent.

PopMech says Austin a top city for startups

​Austin is among the ranks of Popular Mechanics magazine's inaugural list of the best cities in America to start a business.

You have to visit Chicago before you die

Chicago, Illinois (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

Another view of Chicago from my flight with my fiance over the skyline. At this point, we were flying directly next to Navy Pier. You can even see the giant Ferris wheel, which you couldn't pay me to ride.

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