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SSD suppliers set to engage in fierce price competition, say sources

Jun 19, 14:48

The SSD industry is heading for fierce price competition as major suppliers, including Micron Technology, Intel, Kingston Technology, SanDisk and Samsung Electronics, are gearing...

Largan Precision to start production of contact lenses in 4Q14, says CEO

Jun 18, 14:55

Handset-use lens module maker Largan Precision has been developing contact lenses for a while and plans to begin trial production as soon as third-quarter 2014 and volume production...

Simplo sets up automation solution business unit

Jun 17, 14:29

Notebook battery pack maker Simplo Technology has established a business unit specifically for marketing in-house developed and produced automation solutions.

Notebook cooling fan makers enter module assembly industry

Jun 16, 21:38

Taiwan-based notebook cooling fan makers such as Delta Electronics and Sunonwealth Electric Machine have recently expanded into the cooling module assembly business with some even...

Asustek, Gigabyte motherboard shipments differ by only 100,000 units in 1H14

Jun 16, 21:35

Asustek Computer's competition with Gigabyte Technology over the motherboard business is growing fiercer as the two firms' shipment gap will only be 100,000 units, according to sources...

Graphics card shipments to drop 30-40% in 2Q14

Jun 16, 15:17

Worldwide graphics card shipments are expected to decline 30-40% sequentially in the second quarter as vendors are suffering from excessive inventories, according to sources from...

Aurora offers 3D printers, office cloud computing services

Jun 16, 11:55

Aurora, a Taiwan-based distributor of office automation equipment, has established a business group specifically for marketing US-based Stratasys' 3D printers in the China market...

Motherboard shipments of Taiwan players from 2006-2014

Jun 15, 17:02

Taiwan's motherboard industry remains dominated by four main players – Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI), Gigabyte Technology and Elitegroup Computer Systems...

AMD pushing ARM/x86-compatibility for server business, says senior VP Lisa Su

Jun 13, 15:53

AMD has been reorganizing its businesss, such as moving its desktop business headquarters to Beijing, China, pushing the semi-customized SoC and GPU services, and investing in ARM-based...

Lisa Su, AMD senior VP and general manager

AMD announces new business and personnel alignments

Jun 13, 15:52

AMD has announced the latest step in the company's multi-year strategic transformation to deliver consistent growth and profitability by combining the company's previously separate...

Intel prepared for emerging industries, says company president Renee James

Jun 13, 12:03

Intel president Renee James, during a recent interview, told Digitimes that the company and its partners in Taiwan are committed to developing smart devices with integrated designs...

Renee James, Intel president

Gigabyte sees over 50% growth in 2013 profits

Jun 12, 13:55

Gigabyte Technology has announced consolidated revenues of NT$51.12 billion (US$1.7 billion) for 2013 with net profits reaching NT$2.36 billion, up 52.1% on year and EPS at NT$3.76...

Gigabyte sees improving sales performance

Foxconn May revenues decrease

Jun 11, 15:49

Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) on June 10 reported consolidated revenues of NT$267.97 billion (US$8.89 billion) for May, slipping 8.99% on month and 10.82% on year,...

ProLogium Technology lands orders for high-energy density batteries

Jun 11, 15:27

Flexible printed circuit lithium-ceramic battery (FLCB) maker ProLogium Technology has obtained orders from a US-based smartphone vendor for FLCBs with high-energy density of 750-800W-hours/liter,...

ProLogium to release new FLCB in 2015

Delta Electronics to construct, operate PV power-generating station in Japan

Jun 11, 11:44

Delta Electronics is expanding its PV business by acquiring a plot of land in Japan to build a solar power-generation station, company chairman Yancey Hai has revealed.

Delta chairman Yancey Hai

Foxconn said to be parting ways with Cybermart

Jun 10, 15:09

Foxconn Electronics' (Hon Hai Precision Industry) subsidiary Pan International recently announced it will sell its 48.01% shareholdings in SMS Marketing Service, and market watchers...

Turning a smartphone into a PC in a pocket: Q&A with Analogix

Jun 10, 14:08

According to a recent IDC research note, the transition toward mobile and cloud-based computing is unstoppable, with tablet volumes expected to pass total PC volume in the fourth...

Matt Ready, sales VP at Analogix

Lite-On Technology sees increased May revenues

Jun 10, 11:49

EMS provider Lite-On Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$19.693 billion (US$653 million) for May, growing 4.12% sequentially and 19.44% on year, and January-May consolidated...

Asustek enjoys growth in May revenues

Jun 9, 21:57

Asustek Computer saw its consolidated revenues grow 6.98% on month and 10.46% on year to reach NT$36.85 billion (US$1.23 billion) for May and the company's sales total for the first...

White-box server players gaining support from first-tier component suppliers

Jun 9, 21:47

Upstream component suppliers such as Intel and hard disc drive (HDD) makers, have started providing support to white-box server players such as Taiwan-based ODMs and the strategy...

ODMs expect 50% notebook shipment growth in 2H14

Jun 9, 14:28

Notebook ODMs expects their shipments in the second half to grow 50% from the first due to stronger-than-expected orders from clients in Europe, plus Microsoft's strategy to significantly...

Darfon unveils maglev keyboard

Jun 6, 14:13

Taiwan-based notebook keyboard maker Darfon has unveiled its latest innovation, the maglev keyboard, which it claims is thinner and has a longer product life than scissor switch-based...

MSI looking to ship 7 million motherboards in 2014

Jun 6, 14:01

Micro-Star International (MSI) is looking to ship seven million brand motherboards in 2014, up from six million in 2013, as demand for the company's gaming motherboards has started...

Charles Jiang, MSI executive vice president of motherboard and graphics card business

Acer to integrate MediaTek LinkIt in BYOC for wearable and IoT

Jun 6, 10:45

Acer chairman Stan Shih at a cloud computing and Internet of thing (IoT) conference during Computex announced cooperation with MediaTek to bundle MediaTek's LinkIt IoT platform into...

MediaTek CEO MK Tsai (left) and Acer chairman Stan Shih (right)

Largan May revenues hit record

Jun 6, 10:42

Handset-use lens module maker Largan Precision has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.393 billion (US$112.5 million) for May, hitting a monthly record for the second consecutive...

Worldwide hardcopy peripherals market maintains its growth trajectory in 1Q14, says IDC

Jun 5, 16:09

The worldwide hardcopy peripherals (HCP) market grew for the third quarter in a row to 26.4 million units shipped in the first quarter of 2014 resulting in 2.1% on-year growth, according...

ECS looking to evolve: Q&A with ECS executive Samuel Yeh

Jun 5, 11:56

As a long runner in the motherboard industry, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has been competing in the motherboard market with innovations and technology and for 2014, ECS plans...

Samuel Yeh, ECS Vice President, Channel Business Unit

Gigabyte turning graphics cards into professional products: Q&A with Eddie Lin, associate VP of Gigabyte VGA business

Jun 5, 11:54

Gigabyte Technology continues to develop products and innovations for the graphics card market and is focusing on enhancing its graphics cards to help them become professional prod...

Eddie Lin, Associate VP of Gigabyte VGA business

AMD said to outsource chipsets R&D to ASMedia

Jun 4, 21:12

AMD reportedly is planning to outsource its PC chipset R&D to ASMedia Technology, a subsidiary of Asustek Computer, to save costs and the cooperation is expected to greatly benefit...

Computex 2014: Colorful aims for non-China markets

Jun 4, 15:56

China-based graphics card vendor Colorful announced during Computex plans to expand its iGame brand product lines beyond motherboards and chassis and will cooperate with its OEM partner...

The HCM encryption solution: An interview with Enova Technology president Robert Wann

Jun 4, 15:44

Smart devices including PCs, tablets and smartphones are changing people's life. In 2013, 2.32 billion units of smart devices were shipped to the market according Gartner. It highlights...

Rober Wann, president and CEO of Enova Technology

Supermicro talks up Computex server lineup

Jun 4, 14:28

Supermicro Computer, a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, has continued to expand its server and storage rack solutions...

TwinPro

Smart solutions for smart devices: How Carry is expanding its business model

Jun 4, 14:11

Carry Technology, a leading developer and manufacturer of portable multimedia and storage products, will highlight its new Apotop products, including its wireless snapshot for iPhone...

Taron Chang, Carry president

The UPD benefits: Q&A with Microchip executive Ken Nagai

Jun 4, 12:13

USB is a data interface that can also supply power. Previously it could only supply limited power, but the latest USB Power Delivery (UPD) specifications enable power delivery of...

Ken Nagai, senior product marketing manager of USB and Networking Group at Microchip

Gigabyte pushing top-end products through Aorus: Q&A with Vincent Liu, Gigabyte director of sales

Jun 4, 12:05

Although not best known for its notebooks, Gigabyte Technology has been operating in the notebook business for quite a while and entered the gaming notebook business two years ago.

Vincent Liu, Gigabyte director of sales division
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