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Pillarhouse International will once again be exhibiting at the Productronica India 2022 Exhibition, via our agent Accurex Solutions, at stand number PE21 of the India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR, India from the 21st to the 23rd of September 2022.
For over 30 years, Pillarhouse International has been designing and manufacturing specialist selective soldering equipment for the electronics, aerospace and PCB contract manufacturing industries, offering an extensive range of selective soldering solutions from low cost, flexible, standalone bench top entry level systems through to advanced, high speed integrated in-line production cells.
Accurex Solutions was founded in 1987, committed to providing exceptional after sales service and transparency of operation, aiming to be the most reliable partner in your progress. With six branches spanning India’s electronic industrial hubs, Accurex is always close to their customers, ready to provide capital equipment for projects across PCB assemblies and semiconductors.
Productronica India is the most popular trade fair and exhibition for the Indian market of semiconductors and display manufacturing. The show features first-class forums and events which highlight the latest market trends and technologies, sharing knowledge to meet the needs of the growing Indian electronics industry.
Gaurab Majumdar, IPC
For the first time, IPC APEX EXPO will host an “India Pavilion,” showcasing 16 Indian companies promoting India’s electronics manufacturing capabilities. The initiative was undertaken by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, and implemented by the Indian government agency, Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) India.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
The message can’t be emphasized enough: Producing IC substrates overseas weakens America’s position and national security. In this frank discussion with Will Marsh, president of PCBAA, he talks about his efforts to educate government policymakers on the dire need to consider the entire microelectronics ecosystem. There’s power in numbers, Will says, and he sees the association’s efforts making a difference.
Art Wall, NextFlex
The recent approval of the CHIPS Act has reignited the U.S. semiconductor industry and shone a spotlight on the intricacies involved in chip manufacturing. As new technological innovations—such as 5G, IoT, AI, automotive and high-performance computing—come to market, they’re pushing chip manufacturing and integration capabilities. They demand more performance which leads to added complexity in an already extremely complicated process. All this requires a fundamental shift in the way that semiconductors are manufactured and integrated.