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Materials challenges for IC substrate production: Q&A with Unimicron vice CEO CP Lee
Jay Liu, Taoyuan; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

IC substrates are set to enter a golden growth period driven by ever-increasing applications of 5G and AI chips solutions. To secure a preemptive presence in the market, Taiwan's leading maker Unimicron Technology has set a record capex of NT$17.2 billion...

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