Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), an Ayala-owned provider of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and power semiconductor assembly and tests services (SATS), said it will be exhibiting manufacturing solutions, including those for the automotive market, at the Internepcon Japan trade show on January 16 to 18, 2013, in Tokyo, Japan.
Internepcon Japan 2013 is touted as ?Asia?s largest exhibition for electronics manufacturing and SMT (surface mount technology)?.
For the automotive market, IMI will exhibit platforms for safety-related devices and IMI?s capabilities in injection molding.
IMI subsidiary PSi Technologies will display power modules and power QFN (quad flat no-lead) products featuring better power management with reduced module size and space, and improved overall thermal performance.
PSi Technologies will also hold on demand demonstrations of its low-cost, high-performance LED (light-emitting diode) engine at the IMI booth.
The LED engine was specifically designed for high-lumens applications for the lighting requirements of the automotive and industrial sectors. It uses copper as sole base material for conducting heat and electrical energy.
PSi likewise used a proprietary lead frame design and standard semiconductor assembly processes to develop this LED engine.
IMI has manufacturing sites in the Philippines, China, Singapore, the United States, Mexico, Bulgaria, and the Czech Republic.