Low inventory, rising motherboard shipments and seasonality are setting the stage for DRAM pricing to pick up soon.
Highlights of the day: TSMC, UMC to give driver IC designers more capacity support
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Quanta optimistic about 2020
38min ago in IT + CE
Powerchip sees improvement in order visibility
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Intel demonstrates new AI hardware
49min ago in IT + CE
Foxconn moving to transform into technology services provider
1h 18min ago in IT + CE
FocalTech swings to profit in 3Q19
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Foxconn to shift focus to profitability, says chairman
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Asustek expects up to 5% PC sales decrease in 4Q19
1h 42min ago in IT + CE
Kioxia intros new PCIe 4.0 SSD series certified with PCI-SIG, NVMe
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Silicon wafer area shipments fall for 4th consecutive quarter
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Backend specialist ShunSin sees 3Q19 profits hit 13-quarter high
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TSMC to build advanced packaging fab in northern Taiwan in 2020
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Samsung growing 5G network equipment biz
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Global AIO PC shipments will continue shrinking in 2019.
For 2019, Taiwan-based server shipments will pick up another 7% on year.
Worldwide shipments of smartphone application processors are expected to fall.