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  • Last update: Monday 17 June 2013 [20 news items]

First-tier players may release smartphones that adopt heat pipes by the end of the year

Jun 17, 21:58

Smartphone players such as Apple, Samsung Electronics and High Tech Computer (HTC) have started showing interest in adopting ultra-thin heat pipes for their smartphones and are expected...

Cooling module makers to benefit from smartphone and tablet orders in 2013

Jan 21, 22:42

Cooling module makers, which used to mainly focus on supplying notebook products, are expected to benefit from orders from smartphone and tablet products in the second quarter of...

Demand for thermal modules used in convertible notebooks increasing

Jan 3, 20:33

As Windows 8 has stimulated increasing demand for convertible notebooks, orders for related thermal modules are expected to be on the rise, according to Taiwan-based thermal module...

Auras to push non-notebook business

Oct 22, 21:11

Taiwan-based cooling module maker Auras has been adjusting its notebook and non-notebook business proportions to avoid from putting all the focus in only a single segment and currently,...

Auras passes 2011 financial report; optimistic about 2H12

Jun 26, 15:29

Taiwan-based notebook cooling module maker Auras Technology at a recent shareholders meeting, passed its financial report for 2011 with consolidated revenues of NT$4.03 billion (US$134.5...

Heat-pipe maker Auras to benefit from transferred orders

Oct 27, 01:25

Heat-pipe maker Auras Technology will benefit from transferred orders from US-based clients, as its Japan-based competitor FujiKura's production lines in Thailand have been seriously...

High copper price damaging profitability of notebook component makers

Feb 15, 01:15

Taiwan-based makers of notebook components such as connector, cable, power supply and cooling modules are seeing their profitability drop as the recent global copper price is hovering...

Cooling module maker Auras sees strong January results

Feb 14, 16:46

Taiwan-based cooling module maker Auras Technology has announced consolidated revenues of NT$298 million (US$10.17 million) for January, up 29.14% on month.

Cooling module maker Auras sees revenue share of non-notebook business rise

Dec 20, 16:14

Taiwan-based cooling module maker Auras Technology is already seeing its revenue share from non-notebook cooling modules increase to about 30% in the second half of 2010 and the share...

Auras, Chaun Choung hope to reflect impact of currency exchange on pricing for notebook thermal modules

Dec 15, 01:55

Auras Technology and Chaun Choung Technology, two Taiwan-based makers of thermal modules, are developing new models for use in notebooks to be launched in the first quarter of 2011...

Thermal module maker Auras reenters Dell supply chain

Nov 8, 11:24

Auras Technology, a Taiwan-based maker of thermal modules, has become qualified for competition for orders from Dell, and is expected to begin shipments of thermal modules used in...

Auras receiving more cooling module orders from workstation and graphics card sectors

Sep 24, 12:06

Auras Technology has received more cooling module orders from the workstation and graphics card segments, helping to stabilize its revenues and profitability as well as turning its...

Auras reportedly lands orders for thermal modules used in Mac Pro

Sep 7, 12:26

Taiwan-based Auras Technology has reportedly obtained orders for cooling modules used in Apple's workstation computer Mac Pro, with the gross margins being over 20% for such orders...

Notebook cooling module makers report mix results for May

Jun 14, 16:03

Taiwan-based notebook cooling module maker Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) saw its consolidated revenues in May 2010 increase 2.3% sequentially, while Auras Technology and Forcecon...

Notebook cooling module makers expect higher gross margins in 2Q10

Apr 15, 14:56

Taiwan-based notebook cooling module makers Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) and Auras Technology expect their gross margins in the second quarter of 2010 to be higher than in the first...

Notebook power supply and cooling module makers plan to increase price

Apr 1, 11:56

Makers of notebook power supplies and cooling modules are preparing to increase their quotes as the rising labor costs in China as well as increasing copper prices are impacting their...

All-in-one PCs could be boon for cooling module makers

Mar 26, 14:50

Major Taiwan-based PC cooling modules makers, Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) and Auras Technology, expect the booming global sales of all-in-one PCs will boost their performance as...

Cooling module makers to expand capacity in 2010

Mar 25, 16:51

Taiwan-based cooling module makers Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) and Auras Technology both plan to increase their heatpipe capacity in 2010 to fulfill their orders.

Auras, CCT to expand heat-pipe capacity

Jan 19, 16:02

Taiwan-based cooler module makers Auras Technology and Chaun-Choung Technology (CCT) plan to expand their heat-pipe capacities and expect the new lines to start production in the...

Foxconn Group biggest winner over new Apple iMac, says paper

Newswatch - Dec 29, 15:47

Although the Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) previously reported that Apple's new iMac all-in-one PC will be manufactured by Quanta Computer, the paper has now...

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