The loan will finance the promoter's research and development (RDI) investments in Austria over the next three years.
The related RDI investments are in the fields of IC Substrates and Packaging technology, including prototyping, pilot line and small scale production line. The project also includes capital investments for applied research and experimental development, including the construction of a new research competence centre in Leoben (Austria). Such centre will be the first European competence centre for organic Advanced Fan-out, IC substrates and Packaging technologies supporting High Performance Computers' early stage development. Additionally, the centre will also foster co-development with Research and Technology Organisations, Universities and Suppliers in Europe.
As stated on the company's website, technology and digitalisation are having an ever-growing impact on our lives and are increasingly shaping our daily routines at home and at work. The advances achieved in these fields in recent years are truly breathtaking and have created crucial momentum for growth in every sector of the economy.
As a global technology enterprise, AT&S is actively involved in these developments and plays a decisive role in shaping the digital world of tomorrow.
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