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  • Last update: Tuesday 20 June 2017 [6 news items]

Lite-On Semi seeing GPP diode orders ramp up

Jun 20, 14:13

Lite-On Semiconductor has seen orders of GPP (glass passivated package) bridge rectifiers surge 50-60% sequentially in the second quarter of 2017, according to company president David...

Lite-On Semi president

Lite-On Semi enters supply chain for next-generation iPhone, says report

Newswatch - Jan 19, 15:24

Taiwan-based Lite-On Semiconductor, a maker of discrete and analog IC components, has entered the supply chain for the next-generation iPhone 8 by providing GPP bridge rectifiers...

Lite-On Semi rolls out new full bridge rectifier diodes

Sep 19, 15:12

Discrete component supplier Lite-On Semiconductor has released a new full bridge rectifier integrating its MOSFET chips and Schottky diodes for wireless charging applications.

Lite-On Semi expects sales of rectifier diodes to pick up in 2Q14

Jan 17, 12:03

Discrete component specialist Lite-On Semiconductor expects sales of its slim bridge rectifier diodes to grow substantially starting the second quarter of 2014, when a number of new...

Lite-On Semi, Taiwan Semiconductor look to strong sales of slim bridge rectifier diodes in 2014

Dec 31, 14:48

Discrete component suppliers Lite-On Semiconductor and Taiwan Semiconductor both will see shipments of their slim bridge rectifier diodes increase substantially in 2014, according...

Lite-On Semiconductor subsidiary's discrete component capacity to run short in 2H08

Jul 23, 14:18

Shanghai Seefull Electronics, subsidiary of Lite-On Semiconductor, has forecast its capacity for discrete component backend production to run short of demand in the second half of...

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