Nan Ya PCB Seeking Profitability on 5G Demand


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Taiwan-based Nan Ya PCB is gearing up to further upgrade its process technology and adjust product portfolios seeking to fully swing to profitability in the entire 2019 by cashing in on increasing demand for higher-end products for 5G applications, according to a Digitimes report.

Digitimes said that Nan Ya has been actively proceeding with deployments in network communication, wearable devices and high-performance computing sectors to counter lingering growth stagnancy in the PC market.

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