The city of Newington, New Hampshire is setting itself up to become a major chipmaking center for fighter jets. The city is investing heavily in new technology that will enable local manufacturers to quadruple their chipmaking capabilities for current and next-generation fighter jets.
The new technology involves the addition of a new automated chipmaking system, which will be the first of its kind in New Hampshire. The system will allow the increased production of more advanced chips, capable of handling the complex needs of fighter aircraft. In addition, the new technology will be able to improve chip quality and performance, and reduce the cost of chip production over the long term.
The move highlights the city’s commitment to remaining at the forefront of technology and the state’s commitment to creating more jobs in Newington. As the local manufacturers increase their chipmaking capabilities, they will be able to bring more jobs and economic development to Newington. Additionally, the new chipmaking facility will allow the state to further its reach into the fighter aircraft industry and its racing to stay atop the global technological race.
Officials in Newington are hopeful that the new chipmaking capability will bring more jobs to their city, as well as expand the city’s presence in the aircraft industry. The new technology being used is also cutting-edge and will allow Newington to remain competitive in the region and globally. Even though this technology is initially meant for fighter jets, it can eventually be used for many other applications and Newington should be on the forefront of those applications.