Q4 2017


EXECUTIVE Q&A: STEVEN DIMEO, PRESIDENT, MOHAWK VALLEY EDGE The tight market for brownfield semiconductor fabs is compelling companies seeking additional manufacturing capacity to seriously consider greenfield alternatives. ATREG recently sat down with Steven DiMeo, President of Mohawk Valley EDGE, to discuss what makes the Marcy Nanocenter (MNC) site based in Utica, NY such an attractive greenfield investment opportunity

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Q3 2017


AVAILABLE FOR LEASE: FLEXIBLE 300MM ADVANCED CLEANROOM ATREG is representing the owner of an advanced 300mm manufacturing shell who would consider leasing all or a portion of their facility to a company or companies interested in resuming 300mm operations. Situated on a mature technology campus that includes other advanced technology facilities, the former semiconductor fab

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Q2 2017


WHAT’S NEXT FOR SOLAR MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS? Solar is a real success story, now recognized as the world’s primary source of renewable energy. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), solar has experienced an average annual growth rate of 68% in the last decade. Nearly 260,000 Americans work in solar – more than double the number in

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Q1 2017

Silicon wafers

ATREG ADVISES CYPRESS ON MINN. FAB SALE The ATREG Team is pleased to announce that it has successfully advised Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (Nasdaq: CY) on the sale of the subsidiary that owns its operational 200mm semiconductor manufacturing facility based in Bloomington, Minn., USA. Under the terms of the agreement, SkyWater Technology Foundry, backed by Minn.-based holding company Oxbow

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Q3 2016

Q3 2016 newsletter microcontroller board

AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: ADVANCED PACKAGING PRODUCTION FACILITY, JAPAN ATREG has been retained to facilitate the sale of an operational back-end facility located in Japan that specializes in the development, design, assembly, and testing of advanced semiconductor packages, including MCP (Multi-Chip) and SiP (System in Package) among other advanced packaging technologies. HIGHLIGHTS Ability to produce smaller,

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