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IC testing capacity utilization drops to 50-60%, says KYEC president

Sep 7, 14:03

The semiconductor industry is working through excessive inventory coupled with unusual slowness in the third quarter of 2011, which has caused the average capacity utilization rate...

KYEC president and CEO Mike Liang

Compal reduces annual notebook shipments to 42 million units

Sep 1, 01:40

Compal Electronics has reduced its notebook shipment forecast for 2011 from 48 million units originally to 42 million units, while its shipment forecast for LCD TVs has also dropped...

Compal president Ray Chen

Gross margins for PC ODMs expected to turn healthy in 2012

Sep 1, 01:10

Gross margins of PC ODM players are expected to return healthy in 2012 as the notebook supply chain has already reached a mutual consensus to refuse low-margin orders in the future,...

Solar wafer gross margins contract significantly, says SAS president

Aug 31, 12:01

Demand for semiconductor has been steady, according to Doris Hsu, president of Taiwan-based Sino-American Silicon (SAS). As for the solar businesses, the magnitude of price falls...

AMD names Rory P Read president and CEO

Aug 26, 13:59

AMD announced that its board of directors has appointed Rory P Read, 49, president and chief executive officer of AMD, effective today. Read has also been appointed to the Company's...

Tablet PC fever is already cooling down, says Acer chairman

Aug 25, 01:20

Acer chairman JT Wang, commenting on tablet PC's impact on the notebook industry, pointed out that tablet PC fever is already starting to cool down and consumers are also being attracted...

Acer reports losses for 2Q11

Aug 25, 01:00

Acer has announced preliminary financial results for the second quarter of 2011 with consolidated revenues of NT$102.1 billion (US$3.5 billion), down 32% on year, while operating...

Acer chairman JT Wang

ALi warns of weak 3Q11

Aug 4, 01:05

ALi's revenues for the third quarter of 2011 will likely stay flat or drop by up to 10% sequentially, coming below seasonal patterns, company president Ben Lin said during an August...

Adata president resigns

Newswatch - Aug 1, 17:21

Memory module firm Adata Technology on July 29 announced that Il Ung Kim has resigned as company president. There is no replacement of Kim as the company previously had two presidents...

OLED TV panels infeasible in cost until 2014, says AUO vice president

Jul 28, 10:52

While LG Display plans to offer 55-inch OLED TV panels, the production cost of large-sized OLED panels for use in TVs is currently much higher than that of LCD TV panels due to too...

Global LCD TV shipments to top 205 million units in 2011, says AUO vice president

Jul 28, 10:51

The projection of total global shipments of LCD TVs for 2011 has been lowered by 4.7% from 215 million units to 205 million units, according to TFT-LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO)...

Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant expected to start running in 2014, says president Ma

Jul 26, 11:09

Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou, during an interview held jointly by Japan-based Daily Yomiuri and Nikkei, indicated that Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant located on the northeastern...

Taiwan distributor files lawsuit against Nintendo

Jul 26, 01:45

Nintendo's Taiwan distributor Hakuyu has filed lawsuit against Nintendo in Taipei accusing Nintendo of ending its distribution right unilaterally, while Nintendo also removed the...

Acer, HP undergoing management reshuffle

Jul 19, 01:05

Acer, on July 18, announced it has recruited Dave Chan, former Hewlett-Packard (HP) China vice president, as general manager of its Touch Business Group in China. Also, while company...

Acer and HP

HTC appoints president of global sales and marketing

Jul 15, 14:09

HTC has appointed its incumbent president of North America and Latin America Jason Mackenzie to the newly-created position of president of global sales and marketing, effective immediately...

Foxconn reportedly hires Unimicron executive to expand substrate business

Jun 24, 01:10

The Foxconn (Hon Hai) Group has hired Chu-Ching Hu, who in May resigned as head of Unimicron Technology's IC substrate division, to lead the substrate business unit of Foxconn Advanced...

Notebook industry may not see peak season effects in 2H11

Jun 23, 01:10

The notebook industry is unlikely to return to its usual seasonal pattern of having shipment proportions of 4:6 for the first and the second halves in 2011 as the US and Europe are...

PCB maker GBM expects higher 3Q11 profits, revenues

Jun 16, 01:40

Global Brands Manufacture (GBM) expects its profits to enjoy sequential growth in the third quarter of 2011, driven by higher product ASPs and seasonal demand, according to company...

Acer may fall out of the worldwide top-3 notebook ranking in 2Q11

Jun 16, 01:20

As Acer is still working on resolving its notebook inventory issues and expects to suffer a sequential shipment drop of 10% in the second quarter, Lenovo, the fourth-largest global...

Acer reducing 2011 tablet PC shipment target by 50%

Jun 16, 01:10

Acer, on June 15, announced that the company has reduced its annual tablet PC shipment forecast from originally 5-7 million units to only 2.5-3 million units, a drop close to 50%...

Italy solar system installations to reach 5.5GW in 2011, says president of GIFI

Jun 10, 11:46

Solar installations in Italy will reach 5.5GW this year, according to Valerio Natalizia, president of Gruppo Imprese Fotovoltaiche Italiane (GIFI), an Italian PV industry association...

Inotera starts making server-use DRAM ahead of schedule

Jun 9, 01:10

Inotera Memories started manufacturing DRAM chips used in servers in May 2011, ahead of the originally scheduled second half of the year, according to company president Charles Kao...

ARM to own 40% share in 2015 notebook market with help from Windows 8, says ARM president

Jun 7, 16:46

ARM CEO Tudor Brown, during an exclusive interview with Digitimes, pointed out that he estimates that ARM will be able to take a 40% share of the global notebook market in 2015, helping...

AVerMedia: Video remains the key trend

Jun 7, 16:30

With Computex just around the corner, Digitimes decided to pay a visit to Taiwan-based video specialist AVerMedia to see what the company has planned for this year's show. President...

Second EMS firm may withdraw from ODM production of notebooks, says Compal president

Jun 3, 11:19

While Singapore-based electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider Flextronics International has decided to quit ODM/OEM production of notebooks, a second EMS provider may also...

Computex 2011: AMD announces solution for tablet PC

Jun 2, 01:20

AMD, at its press conference at Computex 2011, announced a new 40nm Z series APU codenamed Desna to target the tablet PC market, according to Rick Bergman, Senior Vice President and...

Microsoft postpones IDP for 2 weeks to re-consult with chip players

Jun 2, 01:10

Microsoft has postponed its Integrated Development Program (IDP) for Windows 8 as the plan created significant dissatisfaction within the upstream supply chain. Microsoft is set to...

Global notebook demand to regain significant growth in 2013, says Compal president

Jun 1, 15:02

Global notebook sales are likely to witness historically low sequential growth of 5-10% in 2011 and 2012 due to competition from tablet PCs, but are expected to return to significant...

DRAM module makers diversifying products, says Adata chairman

Jun 1, 02:05

Taiwan-based DRAM module manufacturers have made inroads into the markets for solid-state drives (SSD) and higher end DRAM modules targeted at servers designed for cloud, or even...

Computex 2011: Shuriken-panel notebooks make their debut

Jun 1, 01:15

Notebook models with Shuriken ultra-thin panel technology debuted at Computex 2011 with Taiwan-based Compal Electronics and Acer as well as some of Compal's downstream partners such...

Acer Shuriken-based notebook

Computex 2011: ARM-based server market to see growth before 2015, says ARM president

May 31, 01:55

Tudor Brown, president of ARM, at the company's pre-Computex press conference, pointed out that ARM-based server market in the future will have a great development opportunity as...

Tudor Brown, president of ARM

The general view of the solar market is too pessimistic: Q&A with LDK president Xingxue Tong

May 27, 16:37

The current contraction of the solar market has affected solar firms worldwide. President and COO of China-based LDK, Xingxue Tong, thinks it is an imbalance before the transformation...

LDK president and COO, Xingxue Tong

Rexchip revises 2011 capex

May 27, 01:15

Rexchip Electronics has budgeted NT$9 billion (US$311 million) in capex for 2011 to ramp a new 12-inch DRAM fab and upgrade to 30nm-class process technology, according to company...

Rexchip president Stephen Chen

Taiwan president holds solar forum with Taiwan-based firms

May 24, 17:08

Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou held a forum with Taiwan-based solar firms to discuss the future of the solar industry. Many firms analyzed Taiwan-based companies' strengths and weaknesses...

Incoming Avnet CEO stresses continuity and new ideas

May 24, 10:40

Rick Hamada, who will become CEO of Avnet come July this year, stresses continuity while trying to inject new energies and ideas into one of the world's biggest distributors of electronic...

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