EV Group Expands Presence in Korea

“The growth we’ve seen in our customer base thus far, coupled with the market potential, makes this move a clear and natural progression for us.” stated Hermann Waltl, senior V.P of sales, EVG. Korea’s increase in technological development efforts to compete in the global semiconductor and MEMS arenas, make it “a hotbed” for adoption of enabling manufacturing technologies, creating market potential for EVG in areas such as 3D stacking, advanced chip-to-wafer integration, as well as wafer-to-wafer bonding, he said.

(May 15, 2008) Redwood City, CA &#151 EoPlex Technologies disclosed $4M additional funding to build its first full-scale production plant for the manufacture of state-of-the-art cell phone antennas. The company had previously announced its Series C funding of $8M in 2007. That round was lead by ATA Ventures with the backing of all current investors, including Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Labrador Ventures and Draper-Richards. The current increase brings the total for the C-round to $12M.


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