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  • Last update: Wednesday 12 December 2012 [8 news items]

Sanyo deal unlikely to impact Taiwan DSC makers

Dec 12, 22:11

As Panasonic will sell its acquired Sanyo Electric digital still camera (DSC) business to Japan-based private equity firm Advantage Partners, sources from Taiwan-based ODMs pointed...

Ability and Altek to see DSC shipments drop in 3Q12

Aug 14, 01:45

Taiwan-based digital still camera (DSC) makers Ability Enterprise and Altek are both expected to see a shipment drop in the third quarter of 2012, affected by demand being replaced...

Samsung reducing DSC outsourcing to Taiwan makers

May 22, 01:20

Korea-based Samsung Electronics has recently withdrawn its orders for spring season digital still camera (DSC) models, which were originally placed to Taiwan-based DSC maker Altek...

Sanyo to sell subsidiary factory in central Taiwan to ASE

Dec 20, 01:00

Sanyo Electronic (Taichung), a subsidiary of Japan-based Sanyo Electric, plans to sell its IC packaging/testing factory located in central Taiwan to the Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor...

Digital camera chassis maker AVY expects flat performance in 2011

Jun 16, 01:30

Taiwan-based digital camera chassis maker AVY Precision, facing downstream clients demanding price cuts, and a supply shortage of LCD panels and lenses, expects its revenues and profits...

Japan-based solar companies increase solar cell procurement and outsourcing from Taiwan makers

Jul 2, 12:22

Japan-based solar companies including Sanyo Electric, Sharp and Kyocera are expected to increase outsourcing and procurement of solar cells, and Taiwan's manufacturers, strategically...

Altek ranked as top digital camera maker in 2008

Jun 12, 10:55

Taiwan-based digital camera maker Altek ranked as the world's number one ODM digital camera maker with shipments of 13.17 million accounting for a 22.9% share in 2008, the company...

SAS, Lite-On and Actron to jointly set up UMG silicon plant in Russia

Apr 23, 15:38

Taiwan-based silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) will team up with Lite-On Technology and Actron Technology to set up a plant to produce upgraded metallurgical-grade...

SAS chairman M.K. Lu
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    Eco-Products 2008: Sanyo showcases polysilicon-based solar module

    Japan-based solar cell maker Sanyo Electric showcased a 195W HIT (Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin-layer) solar battery module, which delivers a power conversion rate of 18.6%,...

    Photo: Jimmy Hsu, Digitimes, Dec 16.

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    Sanyo 4LCD projector

    Sanyo Electric has announced a new projector, the LP-XP200L, featuring rich and true color reproduction thanks to what it claims is the world's first 4LCD optical engine, which has...

    Photo: Company, Jun 18.

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    Sanyo LP-XC55/50 projector

    Sanyo Electric recently announced its LP-XC55 (3,100 lumens) and the LP-XC50 (2,600 lumens) portable projectors. The projectors not only adopt the company's Active Maintenance Filter...

    Photo: Company, Jun 3.

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Analysis of China revised domestic semiconductor industry goals
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    This Digitimes Research Special Report provides a 2015 forecast for the global tablet market and analyzes the strategies of key market players such as Google, Apple, Intel, and Microsoft.

  • 2015 China smartphone panel trend forecast

    This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the strategies of key China-based major panel makers BOE, Tianma and IVO for attacking the different market segments through technology and pricing, and their relationship to local vendors Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, Xiaomi and Coolpad.