Singapore-based semiconductor startup Silicon Box has announced plans to increase its workforce in the next two years. According to the report, the semiconductor startup will increase its workforce in areas such as computer science, engineering and design. The startup has plans to add 1,200 in the next two years with support from the Economic Development Board (EDB).
The hiring plan was unveiled by the company’s co-founder and chief executive, Han Byung Joon during the launch of its $2 billion advanced semiconductor manufacturing facility spread over 73,000-square-metre at Tampines. The launch of the new facility is aimed to broaden adoption of "chiplet" technology.
Silicon Box is an advanced chiplet interconnection company specializing in advanced semiconductor packaging. Founded in 2021 by Dr. BJ Han, Dr. Sehat Sutardja, and Ms. Weili Dai.
In another development, Silicon Box in partnership with conversational AI and metaverse company MeetKai unveiled its digital twin replica of Silicon Box's new and highly anticipated $2 billion advanced semiconductor packaging fab.