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Desktop sales expected to resume growth in 3Q17

Aug 3, 21:26

Desktop demand remained weak in the first half of 2017, but is expected to start growing in the third quarter driven by new products from AMD and Intel for the gaming and high-end...

Competition in gaming desktop PC segment heating up

Aug 3, 14:05

Notebook brands including Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI), Lenovo and Acer have recently enhanced their respective gaming desktop PC portfolios, extending the ongoing...

Versatile and stylish gaming PCs increasingly popular with consumers

Micron executive skeptical about UFS

Aug 3, 11:16

While UFS has held much hype as being the successor to eMMC providing greater performance, it has yet to be seen if the mobile market as a collective whole has embraced this technology,...

Micron eMMC NAND flash

Primax Electronics nets NT$2.00 per share for 1H17

Aug 2, 14:23

Primax Electronics has reported consolidated revenues of NT$13.835 billion (US$455 million), net operating profit NT$680 million, net profit NT$461.8 million and net EPS of NT$1.05...

Quanta Storage accelerates collaborative robot production

Aug 2, 13:06

Failing to fill orders for collaborative robots in the first half of 2017 due to a serious supply shortage of decelerators from Japan-based Harmonic, Taiwan-based Quanta Storage is...

Quanta Storage gearing up for collaborative robot production

Optical device makers diversify product lines

Aug 1, 09:35

Digital camera ODMs Altek and Asia Optical and optical lens makers Kinko Optical and Ability Opto-Electronics Technology (AOET) have extended development and production to other product...

Asustek pays US$15 million to end lawsuits with VIA

Aug 1, 09:03

VIA Technologies has announced it has settled its lawsuits with Asustek Computer in Taiwan and the US, with Asustek agreeing to pay VIA US$15 million.

Delta Electronics nets NT$3.14 per share for 1H17

Jul 31, 09:19

Power supply maker and energy management solution provider Delta Electronics has reported net EPS of NT$3.14 for January-June.

Lite-On Technology expects sequential growth in 3Q17 revenues

Jul 31, 09:16

EMS provider Lite-On Technology expects cloud computing and AI-based smart home devices to drive growth in demand for power supplies as well as shipments of invisible LED devices,...

Intel reports record 2Q17 revenues of US$14.8 billion

Jul 28, 15:20

Intel has reported second-quarter revenues of US$14.8 billion, up 9% on year. After adjusting for the Intel Security Group (ISecG) transaction, second-quarter revenues grew 14% from...

Asia Tech Image 2Q17 gross margin hits record

Jul 28, 15:11

Contact image sensor module maker Asia Tech Image released its financial report for the second quarter of 2017 at a July 27 investors conference, with gross margin of 16.35% marking...

Catcher starts operation at new plant

Jul 27, 21:28

Catcher Technology has completed construction of a new production base in Tainan, Southern Taiwan, and the site began operation on July 27, according to company chairman Hung Shui-...

Catcher chairman Hung Shui-shu

Graphics card shortages ease as cryptocurrency mining fad subsides

Jul 27, 20:20

With the cryptocurrency mining fad starting to subside, graphics card shortages have already eased and prices dropped back to normal levels, according to sources from graphics card...

Maintenance costs for mining components may increase

Elan posts EPS of NT$1.04 in 1H17

Jul 27, 13:58

Touch and fingerprint sensor vendor Elan Microelectronics has reported net profit surged 74% from a year earlier to NT$405 million (US$13.3 million) in the first half of 2017. EPS...

AMD reports net loss of US$16 million for 2Q17

Jul 26, 16:14

AMD has announced second-quarter 2017 revenues of US$1.22 billion, operating income of US$25 million, and net loss of US$16 million, or negative US$0.02 per share. On a non-GAAP basis,...

Deren develops USB 3.1 front-panel internal connectors and cables

Jul 26, 15:57

China-based Shenzhen Deren Electronics has cooperated with Intel to develop USB 3.1 front-panel internal connectors and cables for USB 3.1 Gen2, with the standard expected to become...

Young Optics suffers 1H17 net loss per share of NT$0.97

Jul 26, 08:52

Optical component and module maker Young Optics has reported second-quarter 2017 consolidated revenues of NT$1.046 billion (US$34.5 million), gross margin 17.21%, net operating loss...

Young Optics president and CEO Claude Hsu

Merry reports strong earnings for 2Q17

Jul 25, 20:33

Headset maker Merry Electronics saw its net profits swell 69.25% on quarter and 69.18% on year to NT$540 million (US$17.81 million) in the second quarter of 2017. For the first half...

PC shipments may be undermined by component shortages in 2H17

Jul 25, 09:12

With first-tier vendors including Samsung Electronics, Apple and LG Electronics expected to unveil new smartphones in the second half of 2017, upstream component shortages are expected...

Demand for components from the smartphone sector is expected to reduce supply to the PC sector

Gigabyte to reorganize motherboard and graphics card businesses

Jul 24, 15:31

Gigabyte Technology will begin a business reorganization on August 1 and merge its motherboard and graphics card businesses together. The new department will be led by Eddie Lin,...

Eddie Lin will become the new head of merged businesses

Kinko developing automotive optical lenses

Jul 24, 10:55

Optical lens maker Kinko Optical has stepped into development of automotive lenses and will possibly obtain corresponding orders beginning 2018, according to industry sources.

The automotive market offers many business opportunties for the ICT industries

Gigabyte, MSI achieve record graphics card shipments in June, says paper

Jul 21, 15:50

Thanks to the cryptocurrency mining trend, Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI) both saw their graphics card shipments reach historical highs in June with Gigabyte...

Demand for 3-axis stabilizers spurred by live webcast spree

Jul 21, 14:04

The increasing popularity of live streaming services on social networking sites and online video platforms has prompted mobile phone vendors to keep upgrading the photographing performance...

Enterprise board choices with new AMD and Intel CPU platforms: Whom to support?

Jul 21, 11:11

Within one month, both Intel and AMD announced massive, long overdue refreshes of their server processor families, with EPYC and Scalable Xeon (yes, the credit card-style precious...

Lite-On Technology cooperates with PFP Cybersecurity to attend Black Hat USA 2017

Jul 21, 09:35

EMS provider Lite-On Technology will cooperate with Power Fingerprinting (PFP Cybersecurity), a US-based cyber intrusion detection tool developer, to showcase smart city and smart...

Lite-On

Cultivation of RFID talent actively underway in China to support IoT

Jul 20, 14:18

Brand-new industries are emerging due to the application of IoT technologies, and theseare being given priority for development in China. Most major cities and provinces are stepping...

Taiwan market: Garmin launches sports camcorder VIRB 360

Jul 20, 13:58

Garmin has introduced VIRB 360, a sports camcorder enabling 360-degree video recording, for launch in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$25,900 (US$852), according...

Garmin VIRB 360

IDM model no longer viable for Japan semiconductor industry: Q&A with Socionext CEO Yasuo Nishiguchi

Jul 20, 11:39

Though still a global bellwether in many areas of semiconductor technologies, Japan's semiconductor industry is significantly losing ground in world markets, as most Japanese players,...

Yasuo Nishiguchi. right, chairman and CEO of Japan's IC designer Socionext

IC vendors ramping up solutions for voice assistants

Jul 19, 10:42

A number of China- and Taiwan-based IC design houses are ramping up their production of speaker solutions, MEMS microphones and other chips to meet increasing demand for voice assistant...

Digitimes Research: Dual-lens smartphone penetration may rise to 50% in 2019

Jul 18, 22:12

As dual-lens cameras are being increasingly adopted in high-end smartphones, the proportion of smartphones with dual-lens cameras is expected to rise from 16% in 2017 to 30% in 2018...

Taiwan firms urged to develop integrated chips for AI systems

Jul 18, 16:14

Taiwan should strive to become an exporter of AI (artificial intelligence) system products and to develop niche-type integrated smart system chips that could reach a production value...

Taiwan component suppliers may suffer further impact from LeEco inventory problems, says paper

Jul 18, 15:58

With LeEco having recently stopped selling some of its smartphones on its online shopping website, several market watchers expect the company's upstream component suppliers to be...

Largan Precision buys factory

Jul 18, 15:45

Smartphone-use lens module maker Largan Precision on July 17 announced the acquisition of an existing factory located in Taichung City, central Taiwan, at NT$1.036 billion (US$34.1...

VIA announces Olami AI platform

Jul 17, 20:44

VIA Technologies announced the start to beta testing for its Olami artificial intelligence (AI) platform on July 17. The platform is developed by VIA's AI team and features many cloud...

VIA unveils Olami AI platform

Taiwan IT players to see opportunities from electric vehicle industry

Jul 17, 15:51

Taiwan-based notebook component suppliers including chassis makers Catcher Technology, Waffer Technology and Ju Teng; cooling module makers Sunonwealth Electric Machine Industry and...

Electric vehicles to benefit Taiwan component suppliers
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    Fluke Ti480 thermal imager

    RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents, has announced availability of the latest thermal imaging camera from the Ti range from Fluke. The new Fluke Ti480 is a...

    Photo: Company, Aug 17.

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    Samsung 1Tb V-NAND

    Samsung has announced a 1Tb V-NAND chip that it expects to be available next year. Since first mentioning it in 2013, during unveiling of the industry's first 3D NAND, Samsung has...

    Photo: Company, Aug 11.

  • TE+ChipConnect

    TE ChipConnect

    TE Connectivity (TE) has announced its new ChipConnect internal faceplate-to-processor (IFP) cable assemblies. Designed for Intel Omni-Path Architecture (OPA), TE's ChipConnect assemblies...

    Photo: Company, Aug 7.

  • Kemet+EIA+0603+ceramic+capacitor

    Kemet EIA 0603 ceramic capacitor

    Kemet, a supplier of electronic components, has expanded its surface mount high voltage multilayer ceramic capacitor portfolio with the addition of the EIA 0603 case size (1608 metric)...

    Photo: Company, Aug 4.

  • Marvell+88W8987xA

    Marvell 88W8987xA

    Marvell's 88W8987xA is an automotive-grade system-on-chip (SoC) to integrate the latest Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) capabilities...

    Photo: Company, Aug 3.

Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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    This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the China AMOLED industry, focusing on the expansion capacity of the makers, the current implementation plans of major smartphone vendors in the market and the technological hurdles faced by the China makers.

  • Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

    Digitimes Research expects global AP shipments to surpass the 1.9 billion mark in 2017, with smartphones remaining the main application. Qualcomm will be leading the market in 2017, as other players continue playing catch up and scramble for funds to invest in more diverse applications.

  • Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond

    This Digitimes Special Report examines key factors in the notebook industry, including products, vendors and ODMs, that will affect total shipments in 2017 and through 2021.