We wish you a joyful Holiday Season! With the holidays approaching, Nujay would like to help you plan your PCB purchasing to avoid having any type of production delay. Our domestic and off-shore vendor partners will be observing long holiday periods in the upcoming…
Internet of Things and printed circuit boards go hand in hand. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects-devices, vehicles, buildings and other items-embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. IoT is…
Nujay Technologies Inc. becomes IPC member today. Since 1957, IPC has been guiding the electronic interconnection industry through dramatic changes. IPC is the only trade association that brings together all of the players in this industry: designers, board manufacturers, assembly companies, suppliers, and original…
the increase in the demand of high speed Video, USB Interface, Ethernet interface and wireless communications. Controlled impedance boards have been manufactured since the early 80s but with the increase in the sophistication of modern electronics the requirement of precision manufacturing with tight tolerance has increased.
Nujay Technologies President, Nesh Dholakia, was interviewed at IPC APEX EXPO 2016 by Steve Williams from IConnect007. Nesh and Steve thoroughly discussed how Nujay is a leading value added PCB supplier providing a one-stop supply chain solution to customers who are seeking very high quality PCBs at competitive pricing. Nujay prides itself on being a “borderless and mortarless” PCB supplier.
Via-In-Pads technology has been around for a few years now, but nowadays it’s becoming one of the most discussed topics amongst PCB designers and PCB fabricators. Via-in-Pads (VIP) is a technology where plated through holes are filled with conductive or non-conductive epoxy ink, subsequently planarized and plated over. Via-In-Pads are usually patterned in to BGA and uBGA pads for the direct soldering.
With the New Year upon us, Nujay Technologies, is starting to see a greater demand for PCB Cavities. The main driver behind this is the fact that the electronics industry is looking for smaller, more miniature products, and traditional limitations are mostly due to PCB layer counts and material thickness.
Here at Nujay Technologies our PCB customers work in many different spaces. One of our focuses is to work with customers that use heavy copper PCBs. The demand for heavy copper PCBs is growing quickly and Nujay has partnered with a strong heavy copper manufacturer to cater to this growing need.
Nujay understands that metal core PCBs are crucial in some applications as advanced electronics are requiring higher power levels and larger heat removal from denser chip packaging. The most common metals being used are aluminum and copper alloy. Aluminum core is more cost effective than copper, therefore many of our customers have designed their boards with aluminum.