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Saras Micro Devices celebrates grand opening of new headquarters and Manufacturing Center of Excellence in Chandler, Arizona

Company seeks to support and leverage growing semiconductor and advanced packaging ecosystem in the regionCHANDLER, Ariz. – Saras Micro Devices, an emerging leader in cutting-edge power performance solutions leveraging integrated packaging design, today announced the grand opening of its new headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Chandler, Arizona. The decision to open a new manufacturing center in Arizona is part of Saras’ longer-term strategy to support its growth in the high-performance com...

Company seeks to support and leverage growing semiconductor and advanced packaging ecosystem in the region

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Saras Micro Devices, an emerging leader in cutting-edge power performance solutions leveraging integrated packaging design, today announced the grand opening of its new headquarters and state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Chandler, Arizona. The decision to open a new manufacturing center in Arizona is part of Saras’ longer-term strategy to support its growth in the high-performance computing (HPC) artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) sectors and capitalize on the rapidly expanding semiconductor ecosystem in the region. The company is relocating its headquarters from Atlanta, Georgia, where its Research & Development Center will remain.

"This move is not just a change in geographic location; it is an intentional strategic decision to align our vision with our customers in driving the U.S. semiconductor industry forward,” said Ron Huemoeller, CEO of Saras Micro Devices. “We are grateful for the partnership with the City of Chandler, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, and the Arizona Commerce Authority, as their support has been instrumental in our successful relocation. This move supports our mission to become an integral part of Arizona’s burgeoning technology ecosystem and our desire to contribute to the strength of the United States’ domestic semiconductor industry. This is where our future becomes a reality, and we’re just getting started.”

The move involves a planned investment of over $50 million in the Chandler facility, which is located at 3200 W. Germann Road. The new facility initially boasts 33,000 sq. ft. of clean room, manufacturing, and administrative space. Saras will employ approximately 50 people in the near term, which will be primarily composed of engineering talent. By close of 2025, both the site and staff will undergo significant expansion, with a projected growth to 43,000 sq. ft., inclusive of a larger 13,000-sq.-ft. clean room.

The proximity of the new headquarters to other key semiconductor ecosystem partners, coupled with Arizona’s cost-effective operations and investment in talent development, uniquely positions Saras to capitalize on these strategic advantages while contributing to a robust domestic semiconductor industry.

“The City of Chandler is thrilled to further expand our semiconductor supply chain industry and bring another technology headquarters to our community with the addition of Saras Micro Devices,” stated Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke. “We continue to make the short list for these coveted projects due to our central location, top-notch educational system, and pro-business climate. Saras has been a great partner to work with during this process, and we look forward to growing our relationship with them over the years to come."

“This HQ relocation allows Saras Micro Devices to address present needs of the market while strengthening its ability to develop technology for the future,” said Greater Phoenix Economic Council President & CEO Chris Camacho. “Saras’ innovation in integrated power delivery for semiconductor devices using AI and ML will boost the region’s semiconductor cluster and technological competitiveness.”

“We are excited Saras Micro Devices has selected Arizona for its new headquarters,” said Sandra Watson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “The Chandler manufacturing facility will enable Saras to continue advancing semiconductor innovation, further showcasing Arizona’s attractiveness as the premier destination for advanced semiconductor operations and contributing to our thriving technology ecosystem. We look forward to supporting their future success in Chandler.”

Media contacts:Stephanie Quinn Kiterocket

Alyssa Tufts Arizona Commerce Authority

Logan Newman Greater Phoenix Economic Council

Stephanie Romero City of Chandler 480-782-2231

Person infected with measles may have exposed others while dining at Phoenix-area restaurants

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — An international visitor infected with measles may have exposed others while dining at multiple locations across the Valley last month, according to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.On Monday, MCDPH said that the person was infected with measles whil...

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — An international visitor infected with measles may have exposed others while dining at multiple locations across the Valley last month, according to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.

On Monday, MCDPH said that the person was infected with measles while having breakfast on Jan. 27 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. at a breakfast buffet at The Garden Grille and Bar inside the Hilton Garden Inn Chandler Downtown at 150 S. Arizona Avenue. Later that day, the person went to Twin Peaks Camelback at 2135 E. Camelback Road from 2-5 p.m. MCDPH says anyone at those locations during that time may have been exposed to measles.

The investigation is complete, and MCDPH is notifying people who may have been potentially exposed and those who may have been exposed after the person was hospitalized for symptoms of measles. “Measles is highly infectious, potentially serious, and completely preventable,” said Dr. Nick Staab, assistant medical director for MCDPH. “Anyone who may have been exposed at these locations should watch for symptoms through Feb. 17.”

Measles usually begins with a high fever, cough, runny nose or red/watery eyes, followed by a rash that starts three to five days after symptoms first appear and spreads from the forehead to other parts of the body. “We encourage residents to stay up-to-date on their vaccines to prevent spread of the disease and the potential of serious symptoms,” said Dr. Staab.

MCDPH says it can take up to 21 days after their last exposure for a person infected with measles to start showing symptoms. If you feel like you are experiencing symptoms of measles, MCDPH advises you to self-isolate and call your doctor, urgent care, or a hospital for treatment. For more information on measles, visit MCDPH’s website.

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Traveler with measles visited public spots in Phoenix and Chandler. Were you exposed?

An international visitor to the Valley was recently diagnosed with measles and Maricopa County health officials say the patient was infectious at two public locations on Jan. 27.Measles can take up to 21 days to incubate. Anyone who visited the public spots on Jan. 27 should watch for symptoms up until Feb. 17 because they may have been exposed, Maricopa County health officials say.Measles is highly contagious, and almost every person exposed to the measles virus will get sick if they have not been vaccinated wit...

An international visitor to the Valley was recently diagnosed with measles and Maricopa County health officials say the patient was infectious at two public locations on Jan. 27.

Measles can take up to 21 days to incubate. Anyone who visited the public spots on Jan. 27 should watch for symptoms up until Feb. 17 because they may have been exposed, Maricopa County health officials say.

Measles is highly contagious, and almost every person exposed to the measles virus will get sick if they have not been vaccinated with the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine, public health officials say. The virus can survive in the air for several hours and people may become infected even after the infected person has left the room.

Measles can cause serious illness, especially in young children, pregnant women and people with depressed immune systems.

In 2008, an unvaccinated Swiss tourist with measles infected 14 people in Tucson. Those infected included an unvaccinated 2-year-old boy who ended up in the intensive care unit for six days with seizures, according to a published account of the outbreak in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.

Officials with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health say they are in the process of notifying individuals identified as potentially being exposed due to the recent case, which was announced Saturday, including those who may have been exposed when the patient was hospitalized for measles symptoms.

“Measles is highly infectious, potentially serious, and completely preventable,” Dr. Nick Staab, assistant medical director for the county health department, said in a news release. “We encourage residents to stay up-to-date on their vaccines to prevent spread of the disease and the potential of serious symptoms."

What to do if you have measles symptoms

Measles usually begins with a high fever, cough, runny nose, and red or watery eyes. A rash usually appears three to five days later. The rash often begins on the forehead and spreads downward to other parts of the body. Individuals with a depressed immune system and those vaccinated with MMR between 1964 and 1967 may not have a typical rash.

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health has the following advice for anyone with with measles symptoms:

If your health-care provider thinks that you have measles, have your provider call 602-506-6767 to notify the county immediately so that appropriate follow-up can be initiated.

Measles cases have been rising in Europe

Two doses of the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine typically are given during childhood. The federal recommendation is for children get the first dose at 12 through 15 months of age, and the second dose at four through six years of age.

Individuals born before 1957 or who had measles as a child are considered immune. But adults vaccinated after 1957 before 1989 — and particularly those born between 1957 and 1967 — could be more vulnerable, The Arizona Republic reported in 2019.

In 1989 the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention required everyone to get two measles vaccinations, which increased immunity significantly.

The U.S. declared measles eliminated in 2000, but outbreaks periodically have happened since then. Measles cases in Europe are on the rise and it's a situation that needs "urgent action," the World Health Organization said in December.

Community-wide vaccination is the best way to prevent measles, the WHO says, but vaccination rates have been declining. In 2022, about 83% of the world's children received one dose of measles vaccine by their first birthday through routine health services – the lowest since 2008, according to the WHO.

Reach health care reporter Stephanie Innes at Stephanie.Innes@gannett.com or at 602-444-8369. Follow her on X, formerly known as Twitter @stephanieinnes

Big new Japanese discount store just opened in metro Phoenix. What to know about Teso Life

Tiffany AcostaA new Japanese discount store is now open in metro Phoenix.Teso Life opened at 1880 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, on Dec. 30, 2023. Shoppers will find a diverse array of Japanese and other Asian products including makeup, skincare, small housewares, clothing,...

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A new Japanese discount store is now open in metro Phoenix.

Teso Life opened at 1880 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, on Dec. 30, 2023. Shoppers will find a diverse array of Japanese and other Asian products including makeup, skincare, small housewares, clothing, snacks and more.

Teso Life, which says it offers "high-quality, creative, low-cost" products, joins another wildly popular Japanese discount store, Daiso, which has three locations in metro Phoenix.

Here is everything to know about Arizona's first Teso Life store.

What is Teso Life?

Teso Life is a Japanese casual-life product department store. The company collaborates with Japanese suppliers and developers to offer a wide array of products at a low cost. You can find fashion, food, make-up, supplies, stationery, toys, kitchen products and more at Teso Life.

Is Teso Life Chinese or Japanese?

Teso Life is a Japanese store founded in May 2017, according to the company's website.

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Who is the owner of Teso Life?

Entrepreneur Andy Lin founded Teso Life following years of investment in developing a department store-style concept that focuses on leading Japanese beauty brands, according to Forth Worth Business Press.

Does Teso Life have food?

Teso Life sells hundreds of Japanese foods and snacks such as cookies, chips, nuts, dried seafood, candies, chocolates, instant food, seasonings and beverages.

Its freezer and refrigerated food section is designed for convenient meals and snacks. Highlights include Japanese street foods like takoyaki and desserts like mille-crepe vanilla cake and ice cream.

Some of the brands available at Teso Life are Kasugai, Meiji, Lotte and Kracie.

Teso Life vs. Daiso: What are the differences?

Teso Life positions itself as a larger, more upscale version of Daiso, which has locations in Chandler, Mesa and Phoenix.

While both stores offer a range of Japanese products, Teso Life has a bigger selection and a wider variety of prices. Daiso is often likened to a dollar store, known for budget-friendly pricing but a more limited range of products.

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Google Fiber holds groundbreaking in Chandler; could other Valley cities see service soon?

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — Google Fiber held a groundbreaking ceremony in Chandler on Monday as the high-speed internet service provider works to deliver fiber-optic service to the city’s residents.Earlier this year, Arizona’s Family reported that the tech giant reached a license agreement with the city o...

CHANDLER, AZ (3TV/CBS 5)Google Fiber held a groundbreaking ceremony in Chandler on Monday as the high-speed internet service provider works to deliver fiber-optic service to the city’s residents.

Earlier this year, Arizona’s Family reported that the tech giant reached a license agreement with the city of Chandler on the heels of the ISP’s planned expansions into Mesa and other U.S. cities. Google Fiber offers 1-gig and 2-gig services with symmetrical download and upload speeds.

In recent months and years, new ISPs have set their sights in metro Phoenix, including AT&T Fiber, which has actively been advertising in Mesa, where service has become available. Wyyerd Fiber was recently launched in Surprise and is working on fiber construction in Buckeye, El Mirage, Goodyear and Sun City West. Another provider, WeLink, has been increasing its service areas, which currently cover portions of Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert.

In 2014, Google tried to bring fiber to Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale. Although Google had secured the proper licenses, it abandoned its plans after Cox Communications filed a lawsuit against the city of Tempe, claiming city officials created a new license category more favorable than what Cox is required to hold.

Lumen (better known as CenturyLink and Quantum Fiber in selected areas) and Cox Communications, Arizona’s legacy phone and cable providers, have been working hard to win over and keep existing customers. In June, Cox increased speeds to its Valley customers, upgraded its most popular tier to 500Mbps, and increased upload speed capacity.

The top three wireless providers, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile, have also launched Home 5G internet options with limited availability across metro Phoenix.

Google hopes to cover the entire city of Chandler with fiber-optic service by 2028 when it is expected to complete its rollout in Mesa.

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