Sony to Beef Up Camera Sensor Production
Apr 7, 2015, 7:40 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sony said it intends to invest $376 million this year in order to increase its capacity to manufacture imaging sensors. The company currently makes about 60,000 wafers per month. It wants to expand its capacity to 87,000 wafers per month by September 2016 in order to meet the growing demand for imaging sensors. Sony's imaging sensors appear in its own smartphones and tablets, as well as those made by other manufacturers.
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