Compeq Positive About High-end HDI PCB Demand


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Consumer electronics devices including smartwatches and Bluetooth headsets will increasingly adopt high-end HDI boards, according to PCB manufacturer Compeq Manufacturing, Digitimes reports. Overall HDI PCB demand is promising, said the Taiwan-based firm.

Compeq noted that its business outlook for 2019 is not "overly pessimistic." The company added it will continue enhancing its high-end HDI and rigid-flex PCB offerings, as well as its client base. In fact, Compeq expressed optimism about its long-term growth, as the arrival of 5G will be stimulating PCB demand for a variety of applications including self-driving cars and VR devices.

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