As the IT industry continues to strengthen, manufacturers of hardware and software utilities are seeing increases in revenue and success. Even those who may stumble on the road to economic recovery are showing signs of strength, as hiring and employment in the sector continue to go up.

RF Micro, a manufacturer of RF and wireless communications devices, announced that it is seeking 50 people to become members of its assembly and testing team. The Business Journal wrote that the company needs to add personnel to its chip factory in Greensboro, North Carolina, as it is trying to recover from a disappointing third quarter. The business is also hiring 40 workers to its network division in response to its recent acquisition of Amalfi, the source stated.

A report from RF Micro announced that, while its income dropped somewhat in the last few months, its stock shares and other financial indicators continue to lean toward the positive. Adding a new business to its fold and more staff to its workforce could be the boost it needs to start seeing even better returns.

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