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  • Last update: Monday 20 May 2013 [11 news items]

BIOS designers feel the impact from weak PC market

May 20, 15:48

Weak PC sales have impacted BIOS designers such as Insyde Software, Phoenix Technologies and American Megatrends (AMI), prompting them to start taking measures to deal with the impact,...

Phoenix launches new UEFI-based BIOS technology

Nov 28, 15:37

BIOS designer Phoenix Technologies has recently announced its latest UEFI-based BIOS technology, Phoenix SecureCore Technology 3.0, that supports multiple platforms and programming...

Insyde not worried about competitive pressure from Phoenix Technologies

Jul 27, 15:43

Insyde Software is not worried about potential competitive pressure from US-based fellow developer Phoenix Technologies due to the latter becoming a partner with Intel to develop...

BIOS designers to compete for Windows smartphone market

Jun 22, 15:11

In addition to BIOS solutions for Windows 8, Insyde Software, Phoenix Technologies and American Megatrends are also aggressively competing for the smartphone BIOS market as Microsoft...

Insyde is aggressively focusing on Windows smarpthone market

Phoenix, Insyde and AMI competing for adoption of UEFI BIOS in Windows 8

Mar 14, 16:41

Having released the beta version of Windows 8 at the end of February, Microsoft is now in the final stages of testing and revisions, and working with hardware developers and collect...

BIOS maker Insyde expected to benefit from Windows 8

Mar 6, 01:25

Taiwan-based BIOS maker Insyde Software is expected to be one of the players to benefit most from Windows 8 as the company is currently the fastest player to adopt UEFI BIOS and was...

BIOS player Phoenix Technologies launching new solution for Windows 8

Dec 5, 16:36

BIOS player Phoenix Technologies has recently announced its latest Phoenix SCT 2.2 solution to assist its PC partners to develop systems based on Windows 8, according to the compan...

Kelly Wu, president of Phoenix Greater China

BIOS designer Phoenix readies for tablet PC competition

Jun 7, 14:09

PC BIOS designer Phoenix Technologies, facing the rise of tablet PCs, has prepared solutions for ARM architectures with expectations to gain a strong market share in the upcoming...

Former Intel Taiwan manager heads Phoenix Greater China

Apr 14, 10:44

US-based core system software provider Phoenix Technologies has appointed Kelly Wu as vice president and general manager of Phoenix Greater China, chairperson of Phoenix's Greater...

Computex 2009: Phoenix demonstrating PC 3.0 products

Jun 5, 15:48

Phoenix Technologies is demonstrating its PC 3.0 products including instant-on and off, always connected operating system for netbooks and smartbooks, laptop security products, at...

Phoenix

IC substrate makers Kinsus and PPT revenues post 19-20% sequential growth in April

May 7, 16:51

IC substrate makers Kinsus Interconnect Technology and Phoenix Precision Technology (PPT) both saw their revenues expand 19-20% sequentially to NT$903 million (US$27.28 million) and...

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