Sunway Communication Partners with BMF

Partnership to focus on development of next-gen antenna.

Partnership to focus on development of next-gen antenna.

Sunway Communication, a global leading supplier of electronic components and modules related to RF, such as antenna modules, wireless charging modules, electromagnetic compatibility/electromagnetic interference products, precision connectors & cables, and passive components, has partnered with Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) to develop next-generation antennas. The companies have opened a joint development lab in San Diego, CA.

“We have been looking for alternative approaches to meet the demands of miniaturization. BMF has quickly developed their technology and applied it in multiple industries. This joint development agreement will accelerate our efforts and advance our leadership position” says Dr. Wilson Wu, Sunway EVP and GM, of Sunway USA.

“We are excited to partner with Sunway to help bring 3D printing technology into this application space,” says John Kawola, CEO, Boston Micro Fabrication. “BMF brings the expertise of micro fabrication while Sunway brings their long experience with high value communication components.”

This collaboration is led by Dr. Howard Liu, Sunway chief scientist/VP, head of Sunway Antenna Research Institute and Chunguang Xia, BMF's CTO/co-founder.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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