Made-in-Vietnam chips promoted in Japan Sci-Tech

Made-in-Vietnam chips promoted in Japan

Made-in-Vietnam integrated circuits (ICs) were introduced at SEMICON Japan, an international exhibition for the microelectronics manufacturing supply chain recently held in Tokyo.

Vietnam needs 20 billion chips a year

Vietnam consumes more than 20 billion integrated circuits (IC) worth a combined 2 billion USD a year but most of them are imported, The Saigon Times Daily reported.

Saigon high-tech firm to build IC-making factory

Saigon Semiconductor Technology Inc. (SSTI) has been awarded an investment certificate to build a factory in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 9 that costs more than 257.5 million USD for making semiconductor integrated circuits (IC), a local newspaper reported.

US firm expands capacity in Dong Nai

The US company On Semiconductor Co., Ltd (Vietnam) on March 6 inaugurated an expanded factory in the Bien Hoa Industrial Park, the southern province of Dong Nai.

Semiconductors offer ‘huge opportunities'

The market for integrated circuits and semiconductors in Vietnam has huge potential, offering great opportunities for domestic and foreign enterprises to invest in and develop the industry, experts said at the SEMI Vietnam Semiconductor Strategy Summit in Ho Chi Minh City on September 10.