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Taiwan LCD TVs – 3Q 2012
FPD Report | November 21, 2012
Taiwan makers shipped 9.87 million LCD TVs in the third quarter of 2012, increasing 18.9% sequentially but decreasing 12.4% on year.
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Trends in China's mobile AP market
Special Report | November 21, 2012
China-based chipmakers will catch up with mainstream AP architectures in the second half of 2012, with the Cortex-A9 becoming the mainstream foundation, augmented by a smaller proportion of chips using Cortex-A7 and Cortex-A5, while Cortex-A8 will gradually exit the market. In the fourth quarter, some China manufacturers will begin to ship quad-core products for use in smartphones and tablets.
Trends in the commercial development of TD-LTE
Special Report | November 14, 2012
With the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard continuing to develop, international differences in plannings and frequency allocation timetables have resulted in different frequency bands being used in different countries. The China-led TD-LTE standard's greater efficiency in terms of frequency spectrum usage has attracted the attention of carriers in a number of other countries. Digitimes Research projects that the global number of TD-LTE users will reach 97.5 million by 2016, accounting for 23% of all LTE users globally.
Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2012
ICT Report | November 14, 2012
Taiwan notebook shipments decreased 5% sequentially and 9.3% on year to reach 42.73 million units in the third quarter of 2012.
Taiwan handsets – 3Q 2012
ICT Report | November 13, 2012
Taiwan shipped 16.01 million handsets in the third quarter of 2012, up 18.7% from the previous quarter and 34.8% on year.
Trends in China's flat panel LCD industry
Special Report | November 1, 2012
Large-size TFT LCD panel production capacity will double in China in 2012, representing dramatically higher growth than a global level of 7.0%. In 2013, Digitimes Research estimates that large-size panel production capacity will increase by 27.7% in China, 3.2% in Taiwan, while dropping 1.8% in Japan and 0.5% in South Korea in 2013. This Digitimes Special Report highlights the key capacity plans of China players, emerging technologies and government support in the local China market.
Trends in the Smart TV industry
Special Report | October 25, 2012
Smart TV services use networks and "smart technology" to deliver a new viewing experience, as well as non-video services for the digital home. Definitions of "smart technology" have changed from simply referring to the ability to connect to the Internet and provide web browsing, to include the ability to download and run apps. Today, smart technology is taken to include sophisticated interface technologies and multiscreen interaction. All of these areas, along with OTT services, will influence future development trends for Smart TV.
2013 Greater China IC foundry industry forecast
Special Report | October 8, 2012
Digitimes Research predicts that the output value of China's IC foundry industry will reach US$3.29 billion in 2012, up 13.7% from US$2.89 billion in 2011. Looking into 2013, the output value for China's IC foundry sector will see a modest 2.1% increase to US$3.36 billion. In Taiwan, the foundry sector will report US$21.95 billion and US$23.32 billion, respectively, in output value for 2012 and 2013. The former figure and the latter represent growth of 11.8% and 6.2%, respectively.
Market impact of Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8
Special Report | October 4, 2012
The launch of Windows 8 is significant both for Microsoft and for the industry as a whole. Windows 8 will have two major impacts on the PC and tablet markets. Firstly, it will stimulate growth in touchscreen devices. Projective capacitive touch panels are likely to become the mainstream touch technology on the basis of current trends, and their use with spread from mobile devices into PC products. Second, Windows 8 will expedite the uptake of ultra-thin systems like ultrabooks and tablets, and will therefore increase the penetration rate of SSDs.
4Q12 trends in the Greater China touch panel industry
Special Report | September 20, 2012
In 2012, shipments for touch panels used in handsets will increase 17.8% on year in 2012, making up 76.2% of touch panel shipments. In the second half of 2012, the market focus is on the iPhone 5, which uses in-cell touch screen technology. Due to the integration of display panels and touch panel functions, the high technological threshold will mean Taiwan touch panel makers are unable to enter the iPhone's supply chain. As a result panel orders will be allocated to Japan Display and LG Display. Sharp may also obtain orders by fourth-quarter 2012.
Research press releases
Digitimes Research: Global LED tube light shipments to reach 220 million units in 2013
Digitimes Research: Taiwan LCD driver IC shipments rise 22% in 1Q13
Digitimes Research: Europe solar trade tariffs may slow down market growth
Global LED tube lighting shipments in 2013 will increase to 220 million units to account for 5.5% of the entire lighting market, as LED tube lights'...
The European Union (EU) plans to announce the details of its anti-subsidy tariff against China-based solar firms on June 6, 2013. The tariff is expected...
Digitimes Research: Global tablet shipments in 1Q13 down sequentially, up on year
There were 31.93 million tablets shipped globally during the first quarter of 2013, decreasing on quarter by 26.1% but increasing on year by 66.1%, according...
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Shipments of LCD driver ICs by Taiwan-based IC design houses for the first quarter of 2013 grew 21.6% from a year ago to NT$20.18 billion (US$673.8 million)...
Digitimes Research: Rising mobile device demand drives TSMC, UMC wafer shipment growth in 2Q13
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and United Microelectronics (UMC) both saw their wafer shipments increase sequentially in April 2013,...
Digitimes Research: Battery technologies regain focus as energy storage demand rises
Demand for energy storage continues to rise and lithium-ion batteries are a common choice. However, due to prices, safety and energy storage, many substitutes...