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82 SMT007 MAGAZINE I SEPTEMBER 2022 LITEON Technology reported its July consolidated revenue of NT$14.8 billion, up 1 % M-o-M and 8% Y-o-Y, hitting a record high of the same period in 3 years, as a result of ongoing demand from data center in cloud computing and automotive electronics. The Electronics Industry's Guide to… The Evolving PCB NPI Process is the first book in I-Connect007's new The Elec- tronics Industry's Guide to… tech- nical series. This valuable resource is for all segments of the electronics interconnect industry. One bill, the CHIPS Act, was signed into law last year. A new bill introduced this year seeks to allocate funding for printed circuit board fabrica- tion. In this exclusive interview, our team spoke with Travis Kelly, CEO of Isola Group and presi- dent of the Printed Circuit Board Association, and U.S. Rep. Blake Moore, R-Utah, who has co-spon- sored the bill now before the House. Travis and Blake both express optimism about onshoring domestic production, but the realities of the leg- islative calendar may pose some risks. LITEON Technology Reports Consolidated July Sales of NT$14.8 Billion New Book from I-Connect007 Examines Evolution of Electronics Industry NPI For PCB and assembly manufacturers, test engineering has become a critical factor in enhancing the profitability of new product introductions (NPIs). Given the trend toward high-mix, low-volume production, the journey from design data to an automated PCB testing program must be quicker and more efficient than ever before. In this article, we will discuss how to optimize the efficiency of the test engineering process in accordance with these new market realities. Printed Circuit Boards: Past the Lobby and Onto the Floor TOP TEN EDITOR'S PICKS Optimizing Test Engineering Practices for High-Mix Electronics Manufacturing

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