News tagged packaging and testing
Last update: Friday 29 April 2016 [839 news items]
SPIL posts record revenues for October
Nov 6, 12:09
Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) saw its October consolidated revenues climb to an all-time high of NT$6.55 billion (US$222.7 million) for October 2013, representing growth...
SPIL posts strong earnings in 3Q13
Oct 31, 21:57
Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) has reported net profits of NT$2.18 billion (US$74.21 million) for the third quarter of 2013, up 25.5% on quarter and 41.1% on year. Third-quarter...
ASE reportedly to buy Panasonic IC backend plants
Newswatch - Oct 28, 21:24
Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor Engineering's (ASE) is likely to take over Panasonic's IC backend sites overseas, according to a recent Chinese-language Commercial Times...
PTI, Walton post mixed 3Q13 results
Oct 15, 15:56
Memory IC backend service specialist Powertech Technology (PTI) saw its third-quarter revenues register an about 1% sequential decrease, while fellow firm Walton Advanced Engineering...
ASE September sales rise, SPIL flat
Oct 9, 16:04
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) saw September sales of its core IC ATM (assembly test and material) business grow 4.1% on month, while fellow firm Siliconware Precision Industries...
Chipbond board approves plan for NT$4 billion loan
Stockwatch - Sep 24, 15:39
The board of directors of Chipbond Technology, a Taiwan-based backend house specializing in LCD driver ICs, has approved a plan to apply for a syndicated loan of NT$4 billion (US$135.4...
ASE August sales up 7%
Sep 10, 11:21
IC packager Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) has announced August consolidated revenues of NT$18.83 billion (US$635.2 million), increasing 7.4% sequentially and hitting the...
SPIL posts record August sales
Sep 9, 14:30
Consolidated revenues at IC packager Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) grew 6.2% on month and 15.3% on year to an all time high of NT$6.51 billion (US$219.1 million) in August...
ASE expands into MEMS market
Sep 6, 10:29
Packaging and testing firm Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) has expanded into the MEMS field, providing backend services for MEMS pressure sensors and microphones, according...
ASE claims to have 15% market share in SiP sector
Sep 4, 15:59
Out of every 6-7 system-in-package (SiP) devices, one is produced by Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), according to Ho-Ming Tong, company chief R&D officer. With its complete...
PTI lands backend orders from MediaTek, say reports
Newswatch - Aug 23, 15:56
IC backend service company Powertech Technology (PTI) has grabbed orders for handset chips from MediaTek, with shipments scheduled to kick off in the fourth quarter of 2013, a Chinese-language...
ASE, SPIL August sales to rise
Aug 22, 20:45
IC packagers Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) are expected to report 3-5% sequential increases in August revenues, thanks to brisk...
Walton looks to non-PC DRAM for 2H13 growth
Aug 9, 10:45
Packaging and testing firm Walton Advanced Engineering expects rising demand for mobile DRAM and other niche-market memory chips to drive company growth in the second half of 2013.
ASE, SPIL July sales up
Aug 8, 16:12
IC packagers Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) have reported increases in July consolidated revenues from the previous month of...
Sigurd pre-tax profits soar in 2Q13
Aug 2, 10:04
Taiwan-based testing company Sigurd Microelectronics has announced second-quarter 2013 revenues increased 13.2% sequentially to NT$1.37 billion (US$45.3 million) with pre-tax profits...
STATS ChipPAC Taiwan 2Q13 sales up over 15%
Jul 12, 12:03
Wafer probing service provider STATS ChipPAC Taiwan Semiconductor, a subsidiary of Singapore-based STATS ChipPAC, saw its second-quarter sales increase more than 15% sequentially...
PTI 2Q13 sales rise 2.6%
Jul 11, 16:00
Powertech Technology (PTI), which provides packaging and testing services for mainly memory ICs, saw its second-quarter sales increase 2.6% sequentially.