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October 12th, 2007

Cookson expands India R&D center

Abstract:
Cookson Electronics is finalizing a three-year expansion of its India Research Center, moving to a 32,000-sq.ft. facility in Bangalore with added personnel and equipment. The company originally opened its India R&D on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) campus, and will continue its strategic partnership with the school.

The R&D facility hosts many Ph.D.s in materials and chemistry, and will target advanced electronics assembly processes and products, according to Bawa Singh, VP of technology and CTO, Cookson Electronics Assembly Materials (CEAM). Semiconductor manufacturing and packaging technologies will become a priority at the R&D location, as well as renewable energy sources such as solar technologies. Cookson also plans to build up nanotechnology-based material lines.

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