High Density Packaging User Group Announces Grace Electron Membership


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High Density Packaging (HDP) User Group is pleased to announce that Grace Electron Technology Co., LTD. has become a member.

“Grace Electron is a leading manufacturer of advanced halogen-free laminates suitable for high-frequency, high-speed applications,” said Dr. Winston Wong, CEO at Grace T.H.W. Group. “These laminates are used for telecommunications products that require low transmission losses and a low degree of distortion, such as wireless base stations, storage, and advanced cloud computing servers. We look forward to collaborating with HDP member companies on evaluating advanced materials for high frequency, high-speed applications.”

“I am pleased to welcome Grace Electron to HDP, joining the outstanding companies working on HDP User Group projects. Their expertise and capability in ultra-low loss materials will contribute significantly to several of our projects, especially those focused on next-generation high-frequency applications”, said Larry Marcanti, Executive Director of HDP User Group.

 

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