High power high frequency transmission devices are being used extensively to enable faster data transmission and smarter function in many applications, such as automotive radar sensors, 5G telecommunication devices and infrastructures.
Heat is one of the major enemies of today’s electronic components and assemblies. It shortens service life and threatens reliability. The challenge grows greater as designers and fabricators are asked to produce assemblies that are smaller and faster, making the need for heat dissipation greater than ever before.
As more and higher power chips are incorporated into smaller size electronic devices used in electric vehicles, 5G telecommunication, LED lighting, etc., power density increases tremendously.
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Boron Nitride is one of the most attractive fillers for improving thermal conductivity while maintaining the electrical insulation of polymeric thermal management materials used in electronic devices.
Bei Xiang, Master Application Development Engineer, will be joining an esteemed panel of speakers from across the industry for a conference session focused on Assessing the Outlook for Thermal Management
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Momentive Technologies Expands in Northeast Ohio, Creating 97 New Jobs Momentive Technologies at the center of the semiconductor value chain, bringing focus on Ohio. CLEVELAND (December 14,
Momentive Technologies, a global provider of advanced materials, headquartered in Strongsville, USA, today announced it has completed the acquisition of CoorsTek’s crucibles business. This acquisition enables Momentive Technologies to provide semiconductor wafer and fabrication customers with a full range of crucible sizes to meet their advanced materials needs.
Momentive Technologies, a global provider of advanced materials technology, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, today announced that it signed an agreement to acquire CoorsTek’s crucibles product line. The acquisition will offer Silicon Semiconductor customers with a full range of crucible sizes to meet their advanced needs. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.