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TSMC reportedly considers generating its own electricity

Bits + chips | Sep 4, 11:30

Contract chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is evaluating the possibility of generating electricity in-house by installing electric...

KYEC looks to single-digit revenue growth in 3Q15

Bits + chips | Sep 4, 10:53

Wafer probing service company King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) expects to post single-digit sequential growth in revenues for the third quarter of 2015.

Taiwan, China to see LED chip sector consolidation, says Epistar president

LED | Sep 4, 12:21

Due to increasingly intense competition, Taiwan-based LED chip makers are expected to be consolidated into 1-2 makers and so will China-based fellow makers,...

Nicky Lu

TSIA chairman Nicky Lu

IC demand unlikely to pick up until 2Q16, says TSIA chairman

Bits + chips | Sep 4, 10:46

Nicky Lu, chairman of the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association (TSIA), has expressed caution about the semiconductor market in the second half of 2015. Demand is unlikely to pick up substantially until the second quarter of 2016, Lu said.

High-brightness LED market trends and forecast, 2015
Trends and forecasts for the China FPD industry, 2014-2017
Demand and supply trends in the global sapphire industry, 2014-2015
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