USI Remains Focused on Modular, Miniaturized Designs


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EMS provider provider Universal Scientific Industrial (USI) will continue focusing on enhancing its technologies such as system-in-package (SiP) for modular and miniaturized product designs, Digitimes reports.

As a member of Taiwan's ASE Technology Holding, USI is working closely with its parent company to expand its SiP business and other modular and miniaturized assembly services, according to company chairman Jeffrey Chen.

Digitimes reports that USI is also looking to further diversify both its customer base and target applications. Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas are where the company has plans for a bigger presence. Asia remains USI's largest market, where the company provides mainly EMS services for handsets, wearables and Wi-Fi modules.

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