News - 19 Dec 2005
A multilayer flexible substrate manufactured by 3M Electronics has been qualified for use in Staktek's new ArctiCore memory module and is now in production. The 3M brand, four-layer substrate...
News - 12 Dec 2005
3M Electronics announced today that its advanced laminate, 3M embedded capacitor material, is RoHS compliant.(a) OEMs and printed circuit board fabricators are using this innovative material to help...
News - 8 Nov 2005
Fish, mother's milk, snow from the North Pole and cow milk often contain poisonous non-degradable chemical compounds, such as PCBs, which come from industrial use. On closer examination,...
News - 29 Sep 2005
TFT-LCD maker BOE HYDIS has announced that it has successfully developed a chip-on-glass LCD module where the wires that connect the printed circuit board (PCB) and the LCD panel are significantly...
News - 12 Aug 2005
Electrical and electronic waste is waste from a huge spectrum of products. They include small and large household appliances, IT and telecommunications equipment, lighting equipment, and consumer...
News - 3 Aug 2005
One of the biggest obstacles facing computer systems today is the problem of memory latency, the time a computer must wait to access the data stored in memory despite faster processor speeds. Two...
News - 26 Jul 2004
With ever increasing demands for greater miniaturisation and the use of flexible circuitry the need for improved fabrication methods for high resolution printed circuit boards is becoming more...
News - 25 Mar 2004
Nippon Steel Chemical have invested approximately 5 billion yen in their Kyushu Works. The money will be spent on two facilities for the manufacture of ‘Espanex’. Construction on the...
News - 17 Mar 2004
Flame retardants have been showing up in some surprising places, from human breast milk to peregrine falcon eggs. Now this growing list can be expanded to include dietary supplements based on cod...
News - 17 Dec 2003
innovative new laminate material from 3M
lets designers and manufacturers of high-speed digital printed circuit boards
achieve higher speeds while simplifying design tradeoffs.