UK chipmaker IQE fully takes over former CSDC jv with Win Semiconductors, Nanyang Tech

Thursday 10 October 2019 | 11:52 CET | News
Chip and wafer maker IQE, based in Cardiff, UK, said it has fully taken over its CSDC joint venture in Singapore, after buying all third-party stakes. CSDC was formed in March 2015 as a joint venture between IQE's Singapore subsidiary MBE Technology (51%), Win Semiconductors (25%), Nanyang Technological University (18%) and individuals of the NanYang University (6%). The venture was set up to develop and commercialise compound semiconductor technologies for academic and industrial customers in Asia.

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