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WT Micro 3Q15 sales may drop up to 4%

Bits + chips | Aug 5, 10:58

IC distributor WT Microelectronics expects to post growth ranging from 1.5% to negative 4% sequentially for the third quarter of 2015.

IC foundry VIS expects 3Q15 revenues to fall

Bits + chips | Aug 5, 10:45

Specialty IC foundry Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) expects its third-quarter revenues to fall 9.7-14.6% sequentially citing continued inventory...

Giga Solar revenues hit record in July

Green energy | Aug 5, 11:17

PV conductive paste maker Giga Solar Materials has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.451 billion (US$46.1 million) for July, hitting monthly record for...

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Asustek is expected to replace HTC as the biggest Taiwan-based smartphone vendor in 3Q15

Digitimes Research: Taiwan handset shipments to remain flat in 2H15

Mobile + telecom | Aug 5, 10:48

Combined handset shipments by Taiwan-based handset vendors and ODMs in the third and fourth quarters are likely to be lower than the amount they shipped in the second quarter, reflecting slackening demand, according to Digitimes Research.

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