Unimicron Enjoys Strong HDI Board Shipments

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Strong HDI board shipments will be driving Unimicron Technology's revenue growth in the second half of 2018, according to Digitimes.

Unimicron's HDI boards consist of rigid-flex boards and substrate-like PCBs, which contribute about 36% to the company's overall revenues, while traditional PCB sales account for 14% of the total revenues. Unimicron also makes IC substrates and flexible PCBs, which account for 43% and 7%, respectively, of company revenues.

Digitimes reports that sales of Unimicron's HDI boards have been growing since the second half of 2018, when the consumer electronics and communication sectors enter their peak seasons.


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