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  • Last update: Tuesday 12 September 2017 [16 news items]

Niche-IC distributors post revenue growth in August

Sep 12, 11:51

Taiwan-based Answer Technology (ANStek) and Edom Technology saw their August revenues climb to the highest monthly levels thus far in 2017, while revenues at Sunnic Technology &...

Robust chip demand from China smartphone firms to boost revenues at IC distributors

May 22, 21:49

Taiwan-based IC distributors including WPG, WT Microelectronics, Supreme Electronics, Coasia Microelectronics and Sunnic Technology & Merchandise, Audix and Edom Technology will...

Coasia, Sunnic enjoy robust demand for CMOS image sensors

Mar 21, 20:54

Robust CMOS image sensor demand will make a positive contribution to both Taiwan-based Coasia Microelectronics and Sunnic Technology & Merchandise, according to industry sources...

CMOS image sensor demand promising

Jan 18, 10:51

High-resolution automative panels and handsets with dual-lens camera modules will spur demand for CMOS image sensors, particularly high-end ones, according to industry sources.

IC distributors WPG, WT Micro post record revenues for September

Oct 11, 15:27

Taiwan's top-2 IC distributors WPG Holdings and WT Microelectronics both have announced record high sales for September, while most other fellow companies have also posted sequential...

IC distributor CoAsia receiving more CMOS sensor orders in September

Sep 25, 14:19

CoAsia Microelectronics, which distributes Samsung Electronics' CMOS sensors in China, is expected to post strong revenue gains in September due to increasing orders for Samsung's...

Coasia leads IC distributors with highest EPS in 1H12

Aug 31, 11:03

IC distributor Coasia Microelectronics led fellow companies with the highest EPS of NT$2.18 (US$0.07) for the first half of 2012, followed by WT Microelectronics with NT$1.45 and...

Supreme, Coasia land AMOLED panel orders from China smartphone companies

Jul 20, 01:15

Taiwan-based Coasia Microelectronics and Supreme Electronics have both gained the distribution rights to sell Samsung Electronics' AMOLED panels for smartphones, and recently expanded...

Samsung to begin shipping memory products to HTC directly from October

Jul 4, 15:20

Samsung Electronics will begin to ship its memory products to HTC directly from October 2012, while taking back the distribution rights from its sales agent CoAsia Microelectronics,...

Coasia to land AMOLED panel orders from China handset firms

Jun 26, 01:20

Coasia Microelectronics, which mainly distributes IC components for Samsung Electronics such as CMOS image sensors, multi-chip package (MCP) memory and OLED displays, will grab new...

Samsung plans to deliver memory, MCP parts directly to HTC, Transcend, say sources

May 23, 15:39

Samsung Electronics reportedly plans to deliver its memory and MCP (multi-chip packaging) parts directly to some major clients in Taiwan including HTC and Transcend Information, while...

Samsung to consolidate its IC distributors in Taiwan, sources say

Dec 30, 13:53

Samsung Electronics reportedly plans to consolidate its IC distributors in Taiwan following WPG Holdings' acquisition of Yosun Industrial, which remains one of Samsung's distributors,...

IC distributor Coasia secures NT$1 billion syndicated loan

May 31, 16:00

Coasia Microelectronics has signed a NT$1 billion (US$31 million) syndicated loan with banks to fund operations, according to the company. The IC distributor said sales of its distributed...

Taiwan-based IC distributor Coasia to introduce own-brand touch panel modules

Jan 4, 16:11

Taiwan-based IC distributor Coasia Microelectronics plans to set up a manufacturing site in Shenzhen, China for own-brand touch panel modules for mobile devices, according to the...

Memory IC distributors see strong 3Q09 profits

Oct 19, 16:24

Taiwan-based memory IC distributors Supreme Electronics, Coasia Microelectronics and Techmosa International all saw profits grow significantly in the third quarter due to seasonal...

Memory IC distributors enjoy profits in 3Q09 with strong sales of memory products

IC distributor Coasia expects September sales up 30% on Samsung products

Sep 30, 11:54

Coasia Microelectronics has estimated revenues for September to rise over 30% on month thanks to increased demand for Samsung Electronics' products, while it is uncertain about fourth-quarter...

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