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Focus on advanced processes: Q&A with Alchip chairman Kinying Kwan

Jul 11, 14:17

Founded in 2003 by semiconductor veterans from Silicon Valley and Japan, Alchip provides silicon design and manufacturing services for companies developing complex and high-volume...

Kinying Kwan, chairman and CEO of Alchip

Current condition and future prospects of LED: Q&A with Lextar chairman David Su

Jun 29, 15:57

As a LED subsidiary of AU Optronics (AUO), Lextar has been viewed as a LED backlight module maker. Recently Lextar has set goals to enter the LED lighting market. David Su, chairman...

David Su, chairman of Lextar

Solar industry in adjustment period: Q&A with Motech chairman Simon Tsuo

Jun 28, 15:07

Yuan-Huai Simon Tsuo, chairman of Motech has been viewed as an important figure in the development of the solar industry in Taiwan. Tsuo commented on the gloomy market in the first...

Motech chairman Simon Tsuo

The coming of Smart TV: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Tom Lo

Jun 22, 14:04

Digitimes Research has been publishing quarterly research reports on the ICT (information and communications technology) and FPD (flat-panel display) industries since 2004. Starting...

Digitimes Research analyst Tom Lo

Looking to ride mobile computing wave: Q&A with Kingston co-founder David Sun

Jun 20, 14:35

Kingston Technology's revenues hit a record high of US$6.5 billion for 2010, representing a 58.5% on-year growth. However, high sales do not necessarily mean profits are high as well,...

Kingston co-founder David Sun

AVerMedia: Video remains the key trend

Jun 7, 16:30

With Computex just around the corner, Digitimes decided to pay a visit to Taiwan-based video specialist AVerMedia to see what the company has planned for this year's show. President...

Gigabyte introduces new servers; range of Android devices and new AIO PCs

Jun 3, 09:59

Gigabyte Technology's Network & Communications business unit handles a range of product lines including servers, notebooks and all-in-one PCs. The division's goal is to leverage...

Positioning itself as a memory one-stop memory and storage shop: Q&A with Adata senior VP YJ Choi

Jun 2, 12:41

In early 2010, Adata Technoloy launched a new corporate identity and branding strategy with an aim to further expand the company's presence and brand awareness in the international...

Adata senior VP YJ Choi

Expanding SSD market reach: Q&A with OCZ executive VP and CMO Alex Mei

Jun 1, 14:20

Once known as a supplier of premium DRAM modules, OCZ Technology has recognized its fiscal 2011 a transformational year for the company. In the year ended February 28, 2011, OCZ shifted...

Alex Mei, executive VP and CMO at OCZ

How Gigabyte aims to offer SSD-class performance to the mainstream: Q&A with Vincent Liu, associate VP of sales and marketing

May 31, 15:22

Gigabyte Technology is one of a few Taiwan-based companies that has continued to build success in the desktop PC motherboard segment, in particular the so-called DIY market which...

Vincent Liu, associate VP of sales and marketing

Peer-to-peer Wi-Fi: Talking Wi-Fi Direct with Broadcom VP Michael Hurlston

May 31, 13:54

Late last year the Wi-Fi Alliance introduced the Wi-Fi Direct peer-to-peer specification that allows Wi-Fi devices to talk to each other without the need for wireless access points...

Michael Hurlston, senior vice president and general manager for the Home and Wireless Networking Bu

Intel steps up its pace: Interview with Navin Shenoy, general manager, Asia-Pacific region for Intel

May 31, 13:52

One major topic at Computex Taipei this year is the rise of mobile computing devices built on the ARM platform. This trend is pitting multiple semiconductor firms against computing...

Navin Shenoy, general manager, Asia-Pacific region for Intel

The new frontier in mobile computing: Q&A with Qualcomm EVP Steve Mollenkopf

May 31, 11:21

Current trends in mobile devices have substantially changed how we think about computing in general, and looking at the market shows that these tectonic shifts will affect the entire...

Steve Mollenkopf, EVP and group president at leading semiconductor solution provider Qualcomm

The general view of the solar market is too pessimistic: Q&A with LDK president Xingxue Tong

May 27, 16:37

The current contraction of the solar market has affected solar firms worldwide. President and COO of China-based LDK, Xingxue Tong, thinks it is an imbalance before the transformation...

LDK president and COO, Xingxue Tong

Gearing up for smartphones: Q&A with Arima president Owen Chen

May 20, 11:41

Via the ODM business model, Arima Communications has established a firm foothold in the worldwide market for feature phones, said company presient Owen Chen in a recent interview...

Arima president Owen Chen

The future of Taiwan's LED lighting industry: Q&A with Edison Opto chairman Jason Wu

May 12, 12:00

A booming time has come for the LED lighting industry, and its players are optimistic. Jason Wu, chairman of Taiwan-based LED components firm Edison Opto (Edison), talked about the...

Jason Wu, chairman of Edison Opto

The PV inverter boom: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Sophia Chen

Apr 25, 15:00

The PV inverter market managed a staggering shipment growth of 132% to 19.8GWp because of strong demand, according to Sophia Chen, author of the recently published Digitimes Research...

Digitimes Research analyst Sophia Chen

The LED upstream boom: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Jessie Lin

Mar 9, 09:41

With LED chipmakers aggressively increasing capacity to meet fast growing demand from the LCD displays and general lighting markets, suppliers in the upstream are optimistic on outlook...

Jessie Lin

Emerging markets to drive China foundries' growth: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Nobunaga Chai

Feb 24, 10:21

China's foundries may not be able to compete head-to-head against the industry's global top-three players in the most advanced process technologies, but their opportunities lie elsewhere...

Nobunaga Chai

USB 3.0 interface to become mainstream sooner or later: Q&A with Dan Harmon, interface product marketing manager, Texas Instruments

Feb 23, 15:32

Texas Instruments (TI) is actively venturing into the USB 3.0 interface market for notebooks, desktops and smartphones as rival Renesas Electronics is still thriving in the segment...

Dan Harmon, interface product marketing manager, TI

China aiming at balanced development: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Joanne Chien

Feb 14, 12:08

The 12th Five-Year Plan that China is implementing next month has a very different focus than those in the past, namely it is aiming at a more balanced development of the country...

Joanne Chien

Touch panel market to have CAGR of 18.3% from 2009-2013: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Jason Yang

Jan 19, 10:02

The touch panel market has been expanding fast since the Apple iPhone launch captivated the world with its touchscreen magic. According to Digitimes Research analyst, Jason Yang -...

Digitimes Research analyst Jason Yang

China may see LCD panel oversupply in 2H12: Q&A with Digitimes Research senior analyst Tony Huang

Dec 29, 15:08

Local and foreign players are scrambling to build next-generation large-size TFT LCD panel fabs in China, which is expected to become the largest LCD TV market in the world in 2011...

Digitimes Research senior analyst Tony Huang

The e-book reader market: Q&A with E Ink chairman Scott Liu and Hanvon chairman Liu Yingjian (Part II)

Dec 21, 10:22

Developing color e-book readers using e-paper has been a challenge for makers. But Hanvon, at this year's FPD International in Japan in November, announced what is considered to be...

E Ink chairman Scott Liu, left and Hanvon chairman Liu Ying-jian

The e-book reader market: Q&A with E Ink chairman Scott Liu and Hanvon chairman Liu Yingjian (Part I)

Dec 20, 11:10

Developing color e-book readers using e-paper has been a challenge for makers. But Hanvon, at this year's FPD International in Japan in November, announced what is considered to be...

Scott Liu and Liu Yingjian

China 3G market growing fast: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Roger Huang

Dec 8, 11:05

The China telecom market officially entered the 3G era just two years ago, much later than some of its neighbors, such as Japan and Taiwan. But its 3G market will be growing fast...

Roger Huang

AMD to continue focus on traditional PC market: Q&A with AMD CEO Dirk Meyer

Dec 1, 15:22

AMD has recently been seeing progress in its development of accelerated processing units (APU), while achieving success in discrete GPU market share, during Computex 2010 in June...

Dirk Meyer, AMD CEO

Acer aims at largest global market share for tablet PCs in 2-3 years, says CEO

Nov 26, 01:30

Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci, at a press conference for Taiwan-based media in New York, stressed that faced with increasing competition for tablet PCs in the global market, Acer takes...

Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci

Toward increased mobility: Q&A with ARM president Tudor Brown

Nov 24, 17:06

More than 20 billion ARM-powered processors have been shipped by semiconductor and system companies worldwide over the past 20 years, and the number is expected to top 100 billion...

ARM president Tudor Brown

Leveraging flexible pricing: Q&A with TI Taiwan GM Robin Chen

Nov 19, 16:29

Speculation has circulated in Taiwan that Texas Instruments' (TI) 12-inch wafer foundry plant, which is about to enter volume production for analog chips, will allow the chip vendor...

TI Taiwan GM Robin Chen

Inertial MEMS sensor growth promising: Q&A with Kionix CEO Gregory Galvin

Nov 17, 16:48

MEMS accelerometer specialist Kionix, just one year after its acquisition by Rohm, recently unveiled its new gyroscope product line targeted at the consumer electronics market. During...

Kionix CEO Gregory Galvin

Intel takes central role in embedded space: Q&A with Michael Chen, managing director, Intel Microelectronics Asia

Oct 27, 17:00

With the PC market reaching a mature stage, Intel is giving more attention to new market segments to help drive growth. One area the chip giant and its partners see as having strong...

Michael Chen, managing director, Intel Microelectronics Asia

China's triple network convergence: Q&A with Digitimes Research analyst Tom Lo

Sep 20, 11:19

China has devised a policy for the convergence of its broadcast, telecom and Internet networks. According to Digitimes Research analyst Tom Lo, the

Tom Lo, Digitimes Research analyst

Distribution in the age of globalization: Q&A with Avnet chairman and CEO Roy Vallee

Aug 16, 17:30

Despite the high-tech sounding name of electronics components distributor Avnet, the company was, in fact, originally a family run business founded more than 80 years ago by Charles...

Avnet chairman and CEO Roy Vallee

Taiwan's LED industry needs to integrate to compete globally: Q&A with Epistar chairman Lee Biing-jye

Jun 30, 16:37

Beginning in 2009, the LED industry saw aggressive capacity expansion and a series of strategic alliances, and Taiwan-based LED chipmaker Epistar has been one of the most active....

Lee Biing-jye, chairman of LED chipmaker Epistar
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