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Atheros aims to make strong presence in Ethernet and business-grade WLAN networking markets

Jun 11, 11:01

Jason Zheng, vice president and general manager of Asia Pacific at Atheros Communications, has outlined the company's roadmap pertaining to WLAN networking, Ethernet, GPS, and PLC...

Jason Cheng, vice president of Atheros

A changing PC usage model: Discussing market opportunities for MeeGo with Novell

Jun 4, 11:43

On June 1, Novell announced that it will release Suse MeeGo as a fully supported operating system (OS) for netbooks. MeeGo is built on the codestream from the MeeGo Project, the Linux-based...

Markus Rex, senior vice president and general manager of the Novell Open Platform Solutions

Broadcom talks about growing opportunities in wireless

Jun 4, 01:05

Michael Hurlston, senior vice president and general manager for the Home and Wireless Networking Business Unit at chip specialist Broadcom recently sat down with Digitimes to share...

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

Media phones and portable video conferencing: Q&A with UMEC's Kevin Mar

Jun 3, 11:49

With the economic recovery still on shaky ground and instability rearing its head throughout the world, companies have continued to trim business travel budgets. To stay connected,...

The next billion users: Q&A with Intel's Stanley Huang

Jun 2, 11:16

Intel has always taken center stage at Computex Taipei, and this year Digitimes has the great pleasure to sit down with Stanley Huang, managing director of Advanced Technical Sales...

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Smartbooks celebrate first birthday: Q&A with Qualcomm VP Terry Yen

Jun 1, 12:44

Last year at Computex Taipei, US-based Qualcomm launched its smartphone platform, built around the company's Snapdragon processor. Qualcomm defined smartbooks as devices that have...

Terry Yen, VP of business development, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies

Aiming big: Q&A with A-Data chairman Simon Chen

May 31, 15:28

Hit by poor market conditions in 2008, A-Data Technology saw its first annual loss since it was founded in 2001. However, the memory module house made a turnaround in 2009, and saw...

A-Data chairman Simon Chen

Breaking down the rumors of iPhone 4G: Q&A with Digitimes Research senior analyst Ming-Chi Kuo

May 26, 16:47

A fan of Apple or not, one cannot deny that over the past few decades, the company has introduced products that have changed the way we go about our everyday lives. With the iPhone...

Ming-Chi Kuo, Digitimes Research

Taiwan's push for cloud computing: Q&A with MOEA's investment chief CY Ling

May 20, 01:00

On May 31, 2010, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) will host its annual Taiwan Business Alliance Conference, with this year's focus being the arrival of a new 3C industry,...

CY Ling, director-general, Department of Investment Services, MOEA

SSD market set for robust growth: Q&A with Memoright president Alex Kuo

May 17, 16:21

The market for solid-state drives (SSD) is expected to grow robustly from 2011 onwards, due to a combination of, chip fabricators shifting to more advanced processes, rising storage...

Memoright president Alex Kuo

Partnering with Globalfoundries: Q&A with Socle chairman Song-Hwee Chia

May 5, 15:27

Socle Technology, formerly a IC design service subsidiary of Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, now works closely with Globalfoundries and looks to become the bridge between the...

Socle chairman Song-Hwee Chia

Objective Analysis: PCIe and standard interface SSDs should coexist for a very long time

May 5, 11:50

Jim Handy joined semiconductor market researchers at Objective Analysis after more than 30 years in the electronics industry that included 14 years as an industry analyst for Dataquest...

Jim Handy, Objective Analysis

China to become the driver of future revenues growth: Q&A with Nvidia general manager of MCP business Drew Henry

Apr 27, 13:50

With numerous negative rumors surrounding the discrete graphics card market regarding Nvidia's new GeForce 480/470 (Fermi) graphics chip, and facing competition from AMD, Digitimes...

Drew Henry, Nvidia general manager of MCP business

Amigo looking to create a win-win situation with clients

Apr 23, 16:50

In a wireless market filled with numerous products and players, Taiwan-based network device maker Amigo Technology has been able to successfully establish its products and solutions,...

Thomas Chou, Amigo president (left), and Jimmy Lin, Amigo sales manager (right)

MediaFLO to compete in Taiwan market: Q&A with Qualcomm VP Neville Meijers

Apr 23, 10:29

As the Taiwan government plans to issue mobile TV operating licenses around the end of 2010, Qualcomm will partner with Taiwan-based enterprises, including Foxlink and Linkmedia Technology...

Qualcomm VP Neville Meijers

Aiming to become 'MediaTek' for white-box notebooks: Q&A with Shuttle president David Chen

Mar 23, 14:27

Aiming to become an equivalent of MediaTek in the white-box notebook market, Shuttle has been working aggressively to set up standards for notebook components and other specifications,...

David Chen, president and CEO of Shuttle

Strong partnerships and complete solutions drive growth: Q&A with LSI executive VP and general manager Jeff Richardson

Nov 20, 14:38

Despite the economic downturn in 2008, LSI saw annual revenues increase. With complete solutions and a strong position in the storage and networking markets, LSI is expected to continue...

Jeff Richardson, executive VP and general manager of semiconductor solutions group at LSI

Business opportunities from smartbooks and e-book readers: Q&A with Inventec Appliances chairman Jackson Chang

Oct 14, 11:19

Inventec Appliances is an ODM maker rolling out MP3 players, GPS devices, smartphones, VoIP phones, and 3G data cards, and yet it is also the vendor of OKWAP-brand handsets. In addition,...

Inventec Appliances chairman Jackson Chang

A peek at the semiconductor industry from the materials side: Q&A with Wouter Taen, BASF director of business management, Asia

Sep 30, 17:17

Headquartered in Germany, BASF is the world's largest chemical company, operating all over the world and covering a vast number of different industries, including the semiconductor,...

Wouter Taen, BASF director of business management, Asia

Failure as opportunity to learn: Q&A with Corning CEO Wendell P Weeks

Sep 30, 15:32

Many companies went bankrupt in the financial storm, and the remaining companies also learned the lesson the hard way. In the aftermath of the financial woes, many enterprises are...

Corning CEO and Chairman Wendell P Weeks

Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariffs not final: Q&A with Huey-ching Yeh, director general of the Bureau of Energy

Sep 25, 17:22

At a September 24 public hearing held by the Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to discuss its recently announced tentative feed-in tariff rates...

BE director general Huey-ching Yeh

Telecom equipment demand to pick up in 4Q09: Q&A with Alcatel-Lucent North Asia president Alain Biston

Sep 10, 15:00

Demand for telecom equipment in the North Asia region is expected to stage a major upturn in the fourth quarter of 2009 as carriers in the region are beginning to deploy their LTE...

Alain Biston, president of North Asia at Alcatel-Lucent

Bosch-Akustica acquisition a win-win strategy: Q&A with Akustica founder Michael E Elchik

Sep 8, 16:36

MEMS microphone supplier Akustica was officially acquired by automotive MEMS IDM Robert Bosch North America in August 2009. Michael E Elchik, Akustica's founder and VP of sales, recently...

Michael E. Elchik

Acer aims to be top-five smartphone vendor: Q&A with Aymar de Lencquesaing, president of SHBG at Acer

Jul 31, 12:38

Acer aims to ship 2-2.5 million own-brand smartphones in 2010 and the company expects its annual shipments to increase to 20 million units by 2012-2014, making the company a top-five...

Aymar de Lencquesaing, president of Acer Smart Handheld Business Group

Chipbond gearing up 12-inch wafer bumping output: Q&A with chairman Fei-Jain Wu

Jun 30, 17:03

Gold bumping service provider, Chipbond Technology, which also offers COF/COG (chip-on-film/chip-on glass) turnkey services, has identified outsourcing of LCD driver-IC bumping and...

Chipbond chairman Fei-Jain Wu

ACM Research finding strength in megasonic cleaning tool: Q&A with CEO David Wang

Jun 11, 09:55

ACM Research has developed a 300mm single-wafer megasonic cleaning tool, which has been adopted by several leading foundry houses, according to company founder and CEO David Wang...

David Wang, founder and CEO of ACM Research

Killer app for the networked TV: Broadcom talks up OTT video

Jun 4, 14:36

While the traditional WLAN market has been sluggish due to a slump in the economy, chip specialist Broadcom recently noted that the company has seen a rebound in its traditional WLAN...

Michael Hurlson, VP of Home and Wireless Networking Business Unit at Broadcom

A glimpse into Taiwan IPC industry: Q&A with Lanner Electronics

Jun 4, 14:06

During Computex Taipei 2009, Taiwan IPC maker Lanner Electronics (Nangang Exhibition Hall, L808) launched what it claimed was the world's first Intel Atom-based fanless embedded computer...

Will Chen, CTO of Lanner Electronics

Kingston playing supportive role in Taiwan DRAM rescue: Q&A with company co-founder John Tu

Jun 3, 10:46

Kingston Technology, the US-based memory module maker who has long been a supportive partner for Taiwan's financially-distressed DRAM makers during difficult times, intends to play...

Kingston co-founder John Tu

Smartbooks vs netbooks: Q&A with Qualcomm senior VP Luis Pineda

Jun 2, 12:53

While US-based Qualcomm has been a major player driving growth in the wireless handset market over the past 20 years, the company is now looking to expand its market scope into mobile...

Qualcomm senior VP, Luis Pineda

Nvidia's 5-year plan coming to fruition as GPU compute goes mainstream, Q&A with Ujesh Desai, vice president of product marketing

Jun 2, 11:55

Nvidia built its name around satisfying PC gamers' desire for better graphics, higher resolutions, and higher frame rates, from one GPU generation to the next. But around five years...

Ujesh Desai, vice president of product marketing, Nvidia

CIS market to see more consolidation: Q&A with Aptina marketing VP Sandor Barna

May 14, 10:07

More designers are entering the CMOS image sensor (CIS) market, but Sandor Barna, vice president of marketing for Aptina, told Digitimes in a recent interview that smaller players...

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Applied Materials optimistic about a-Si thin-film PV

Apr 28, 17:11

Declining polysilicon prices may impact demand for amorphous silicon (a-Si) thin-film photovoltaic (PV) modules, but Applied Materials is confident of the development of thin-film...

Mark Pinto, Applied Materials senior VP and CTO

Globalfoundries already finding potential customers in Japan and Taiwan: Q&A with CEO Doug Grose

Mar 25, 17:05

Globalfoundries, the spin-off of AMD's former manufacturing operations, is working to build its customer base in Taiwan and Japan, according to company CEO Doug Grose. Grose, who...

Globalfoundries CEO Doug Grose

MEMS microphone market continues growing: Q&A with Akustica founder Michael E Elchik

Mar 23, 15:52

MEMS microphone supplier Akustica in the third quarter of 2008 appointed Joe Jacobson, then company Akustica CFO, as its new CEO. Since then market watchers have been eager to see...

Michael E Elchik
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