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AMD ships 50 millionth GPU to Nintendo for Wii

Mar 12, 11:35

AMD has announced that is has shipped the 50 millionth ATI Hollywood graphics processor for Nintendo's Wii games console.

IC design house Pixart 1Q09 revenues expected to fall 35-40%

Feb 18, 14:43

Pixart Imaging, the Taiwan-based IC design house that supplies solutions for Nintendo's Wiimote controllers, will likely suffer a sales decline of 35-40% sequentially in the first...

Macronix shipping mask ROM chips for Nintendo's DSi gaming machines, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 4, 12:25

Macronix International Company (MXIC) has begun to ship mask ROM chips for Nintendo's portable DSi gaming machines, making it the first Taiwan maker to benefit from the launch of...

Memory maker Macronix reports better-than-expected 3Q08 sales thanks to strong shipments to Nintendo

Nov 3, 12:07

Macronix International Company (MXIC) has reported better-than-expected sales for the third quarter thanks to strong shipments to Nintendo. Macronix's third-quarter shipment volume...

Pixart to sample MEMS chips for Nintendo Wii in 4Q

Oct 27, 16:59

Pixart Imaging (PXI) will start sampling MEMS chips for the the Wii gaming device with Nintendo beginning in the fourth quarter, according to industry sources The sources believes...

Macronix outlook buoyed from strong Nintendo sales

Jul 31, 15:26

Macronix International Company (MXIC) is not one of the companies that is worried about a weaker-than-expected high season in the third quarter, as the key memory supplier for Nintendo's...


TSMC lands MEMS orders from ADI

Jul 22, 01:05

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reportedly landed micro electro-mechanical system (MEMS) orders from US-based Analog Devices (ADI), with the orders being for...

Pixart said to have secured MEMS component orders from Nintendo

Jul 18, 10:32

Already being a infrared sensor supplier for Nintendo Wii, Pixart Imaging (PXI) is now said to be also supplying micro electro-mechanical system (MEMS) gyroscope and accelerometer...

PixArt responds to rumors of lost Nintendo orders

Jul 4, 01:15

PixArt Imaging has responded to market rumors that it has lost component orders for Nintendo's Wiimote controllers saying shipments to Nintendo are still on the increase.

Sony and Nintendo add new IC substrate suppliers from Taiwan

May 27, 12:23

The appreciating Japanese yen has prompted game console makers, including Sony and Nintendo, to seek secondary IC substrate suppliers from Taiwan. Industry sources indicated that...

Wii to launch in Taiwan in June, says paper

Newswatch - May 27, 10:24

Nintendo will officially launch its Wii game console and software in Taiwan in mid- or late June, the Chinese-language Commercial Times cited the the company's sales agent...

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