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IC substrate makers Kinsus and PPT see mixed 1Q09 results

Apr 22, 16:04

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology may post better than expected results for the first quarter of this year, as peer maker Phoenix Precision Technology (PPT) saw losses...

Kinsus sees revenues jump 45% sequentially in March

Newswatch - Apr 9, 13:58

Kinsus Interconnect Technology has reported that revenues soared 45% sequentially to NT$754 million (US$22.44 million) in March, buoyed by increasing shipments of flip-chip (FC) chip-scale...

Kinsus expects strong substrate shipment growth in March due to China 3G deployment

Mar 20, 17:11

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology estimates that March revenues will top NT$700 million (US$20.74 million) because China handset makers have expanded deployment of...

Altera guidance revision to spur growth for Taiwan suppliers

Mar 4, 16:22

Altera's recently-revised guidance for the first quarter of 2009 is good news for its contract suppliers in Taiwan, which include foundry partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing...

Kinsus BT-based FC and FC CSP substrate shipments to increase in 2009

Feb 20, 14:18

Kinsus Interconnect Technology has reported January sales of NT$433 million (US$12.45 million), down 21% on month. The company expects sales to increase to NT$500-550 million in February...

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Tessera licenses micro-PILR technology to Taiwan-based Kinsus

Feb 12, 16:23

Tessera Technologies has announced that Taiwan IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology has licensed Tessera's micro-PILR interconnect platform, which reduces semiconductor...

Taiwan IC substrate production value to grow only 2% this year, says report

Newswatch - Jan 20, 15:52

Taiwan IC substrate production value will grow 2% on year in 2009, while Taiwan's global market share is estimated to grow to 30.5%, to become the second largest IC substrate production...

IC substrate maker Kinsus to see sales decline but will remain profitable in January

Jan 19, 15:36

Investors estimate Kinsus Interconnect Technology's January sales to be only around NT$500 million (US$14.93 million) due to sagging market demand. However, the company said it expects...

IC substrate maker PPT sales may decline less than rivals in 1Q09

Jan 8, 15:56

Due to sluggish market demand, IC substrate makers' performances in the first quarter of 2009 are expected to remain weak. Market observers expect Kinsus Interconnect Technology and...

IC substrate sales slumped in December 08 due to decline in handset and PC demand

Jan 6, 15:02

IC substrate makers saw weak performance in December 2008 due to a sharp decline in demand for consumer electronics, handsets and PC products. Phoenix Precision Technology (PPT) has...

IC substrate makers' utilization rates drop sharply in December

Dec 24, 14:16

IC substrate makers' utilization rates in December have dropped due to declining orders. Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board (NPC)'s utilization rate for flip-chip (FC) substrates has fallen...

IC substrate maker Kinsus said to revise down 4Q sales forecast

Dec 9, 01:15

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology expects its fourth quarter sales will drop by over 20%, compared with a previous estimate of a 15% decline, amid decreased demand...

Semco becomes top-two FC-CSP substrate supplier

Nov 13, 01:00

Korea-based flip-chip chip-scale packaging (FC-CSP) substrate maker Semco has gained market share from Japan-based Ibiden to become one of the top-two players in the market, according...

IC substrate maker Kinsus to see sales decline more than 15% in 4Q amid weak order volumes

Nov 12, 12:06

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology expects to see a sales decline of more than 15% in the fourth quarter, while its utilization rate will be in the 65-70% range and...

IC substrate makers expect 5-10% sales decline in 4Q

Nov 4, 11:52

A double-digit decline in fourth-quarter demand for packaging and testing products is expected due to weak orders for IC substrates. Institutional investors forecast Nan Ya Printed...

FC shipments remain strong, but other IC substrate segments constraining overall growth

Sep 19, 16:49

Taiwan investors forecast that sales for IC substrate makers in the third quarter will have only single-digit growth due to weak demand for wire bonding substrates and PCBs, which...

Kinsus trims gross margin guidance slightly amid product mix adjustment

Aug 21, 16:36

Kinsus Interconnect Technology, which previously guided that its gross margins may hit 30% in the third quarter, revised its guidance to 27-28% as bookings for bismaleimide triazine...

Kinsus enters solar module segment with Lucky Power investment

Newswatch - Aug 15, 15:53

IC substrate maker Kinsus Interconnect Technology has entered the photovoltaic sector via its recent investment in solar-module maker Lucky Power. Among all major IC substrate makers...

Kinsus gross margin hits record-low in 2Q; expects rebound in 3Q

Jul 28, 10:32

Despite recording a record-low gross margin in the second quarter of 2008, IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology expects a recovery for flip-chip chip-scale packaging...

Kinsus lowers 3Q guidance to single-digit growth

Jul 16, 01:00

IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology has lowered its revenues forecast for the third quarter to single-digit growth, originally the company was aiming for 10%, because...

IC substrate suppliers upbeat about 3Q

Jun 18, 01:00

Taiwan-based IC substrate suppliers are mostly optimistic about the third quarter, with Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board (NPC) and Kinsus Interconnect Technology expecting strong sequential...

Memory market shows signs of a rebound

Jun 6, 01:10

Demand in the memory market is showing signs of a rebound, with IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology and PCB maker Tripod Technology saying June-orders from the flash...

Kinsus cautiously optimistic about consumer electronics sales outlook in 2H08

Jun 2, 14:45

Despite trimming its second-quarter sales guidance, Kinsus Interconnect Technology said it is cautiously optimistic about the consumer electronics sales outlook in the second half...

Kinsus company chairman Tzu-Hsien Tung
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