MixComm and Sanmina’s Advanced Microsystems Technologies Division Collaborate to Develop 5G mmWave Solutions

With Sanmina, we are developing mechanical and thermal strategies for AiP that are mass manufacturable. Through this partnership, we will significantly lower the barrier to entry into the millimeter wave market for our customers.

MixComm, the pioneer of mmWave to Algorithms™ antennas, today announced that it has selected Advanced Microsystems Technologies, a division of Sanmina (NASDAQ: SANM) as its lead partner to produce its 5G wireless infrastructure solutions. The division will provide design, packaging, assembly and test services that integrate MixComm’s low-power and beamforming chips into an innovative AiP package that simplifies and miniaturizes product design. The solutions will be based on MixComm’s SUMMIT2629 Beamformer front-end IC and the recently announced ECLIPSE3741 Antenna in Package (AiP).

Productization work will include design for manufacturability and thermal characterization. This work will improve the performance of MixComm’s solutions and accelerate time to market for joint Sanmina and MixComm customers.

“AiP solutions have become the most attractive front-end subsystems to deliver the performance benefits of mmWave frequencies that are critical for the continued deployment and adoption of 5G networks,” said Eric Sislian, divisional vice president. Advanced Microsystems Technologies at Sanmina. “By combining our advanced design and manufacturing capabilities with MixComm’s cutting-edge RF technologies, we believe we can accelerate the commercialization of AiP solutions that enable wireless communications providers to deliver high-quality user experiences and extend their 5G networks.

“MixComm’s AiP is a transformative technology for mmWave networking solutions, but requires different thermal and mechanical solutions than those used for traditional chip-scale packages,” said Dr. Harish Krishnaswamy, co-founder and CTO of MixComm. “With Sanmina, we are developing mechanical and thermal strategies for AiP that are mass manufacturable. Through this partnership, we will significantly lower the barrier to entry into the millimeter wave market for our customers.”

About Sanmina Corporation

Sanmina Corporation, a Fortune 500 company, is a leading provider of integrated manufacturing solutions serving the fastest growing segments of the global electronics manufacturing services (EMS) market. Recognized as a technology leader, Sanmina provides end-to-end manufacturing solutions, delivering superior quality and support to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), primarily in communication networks, cloud solutions, industrial , defence, medical and automotive. Sanmina has facilities strategically located in key regions around the world. More information about the company is available at http://www.sanmina.com.

About Advanced Microsystems Technologies

Advanced Microsystems Technologies, a division of Sanmina, is backed by over 15 years of experience in providing best-in-class mixed technology design and assembly services and microelectronics, optical and RF manufacturing solutions. The division provides end-to-end solutions to high-growth, high-value markets, including communications, 5G, IT, data center, medical, automotive and industry as the demand for highly integrated technology products continues to grow. Advanced Microsystems Technologies has product development and high-volume manufacturing capabilities in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China and Thailand.

About MixComm Inc.

MixComm, based in Chatham, NJ, is the leading mmWave to Algorithms™ antenna company developing transformative solutions for emerging wireless applications and markets. In 2020, MixComm introduced the first in a line of millimeter wave products that deliver breakthrough levels of performance and integration for 5G infrastructure and satellite communication. The company’s technology is based on breakthroughs from Dr. Krishnaswamy’s CoSMIC lab at Columbia University and is funded by Kairos Ventures. For more information, visit http://www.mixcomm.com.

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