SINGAPORE--Hewlett-Packard has invested $100 million to establish an inkjet wafer-fabrication plant here. The new 10,000-square-foot factory will produce JETMOS chips. JETMOS is the main logic that controls the ink-firing action within the chamber of an HP inkjet cartridge. With the new plant, HP Singapore will be capable of producing the majority of the microchips used in HP inkjet cartridges worldwide, the company said in a statement.
Staff writer Anand Menon reported from Singapore.