Raytheon invests in NextGen semiconductor technology

Raytheon has opened a new silicon carbide manufacturing foundry facility in Scotland. The company is investing in silicon carbide as a “next-generation semiconductor technology,” applicable in several industries including aerospace. “What was previously unachievable is now possible with silicon...

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