Taiwan CCL Seeking Presence in 5G Infrastructure Market


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Despite US trade sanctions against Huawei likely to slow the installation progress of 5G base stations in China, Taiwan’s CCL (copper clad laminate) suppliers are still actively rolling out high-frequency and high-speed CCL for PCBs needed for 5G infrastructure in a bid to boost their market shares, Digitimes reports.

Taiwan CCL makers, including ITEQ, Taiwan Union Technology and Ventec International are now technologically on a par with their international counterparts such as Rogers of the US and Panasonic in Japan in the production of high-frequency and high-speed CCL materials, inspiring them to cash in on huge business opportunities from 5G applications.

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