i3 Electronics

Tech Firm Moves
A company developing explosive detection technology has moved its operations from just outside Endicott to a site on Binghamton's North Side.
"Big Blue" Checks
IBM has paid several million dollars to hundreds of people who have been seeking compensation for claims related to chemical contamination at the company's Endicott microelectronics facility.
The company and many of the plaintiffs who had taken IBM to court last year agreed to a settlement of th…
Company Reveals Changes
An Endicott-based company says it plans to create what it calls a "more cost-effective footprint for its operations." The firm also says it intends to add workers following a "strategic turnaround" effort.
i3 Electronics has announced it is in the process of hiring…
More layoffs
Additional job cuts have occurred at i3 Electronics in Endicott.
The company, which is the successor to Endicott Interconnect Technologies, May 13 laid off several people.
An i3 Electronics spokeswoman said eight people were affected by the move...
Mixed signs
An Endicott-based electronics manufacturing firm is seeking to sell what it bills as "excess inventory."
The successor to Endicott Interconnect Technologies - i3 Electronics - has posted a five-page list on its website offering thousands of items the company no longer needs...