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Ex-TSMC CEO Tsai reportedly to join Tsinghua Unigroup

Dec 21, 11:17

Rick Tsai, ex-chairman for Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) and ex-CEO of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), reportedly will join China's state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup to assist in...

Rick Tsai

Digitimes Research: TSMC SSL merger to enhance Epistar in the LED market

Jan 14, 23:15

Epistar has invested NT$825 million (US$25.94 million) to merge with TSMC Solid State Lighting (SSL), helping to enhance Epistar's capability in the lighting industry. Before the...

Epistar to own 94% of TSMC SSL

Stockwatch - Jan 12, 11:06

Epistar and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) have both announced that their boards of directors have approved a transaction of TSMC Solid State Lighting (TSMC SSL)...

TSMC subsidiary to merge with Epistar, says paper

Newswatch - Jan 5, 14:40

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will form a strategic partnership with LED epitaxial wafer and chip maker Epistar by having its subsidiary, TSMC Solid State Lighting,...

Samsung, TSMC Solid State Lighting reportedly to quit LED lighting business, say Taiwan makers

Oct 21, 22:23

Samsung Electronics will reportedly withdraw from the global LED lighting market except South Korea due to low-price pressure from China-based makers, while Taiwan-based TSMC Solid...

Rick Tsai reportedly resigns from TSMC

Newswatch - Dec 24, 21:32

Rick Tsai, chairman and CEO for TSMC Solar and TSMC Solid State Lighting, reportedly has resigned from the two TSMC subsidiaries to take up the post of chairman of Chunghwa Telecom...

Stephen Tso

TSMC Solar, TSMC Solid State Lighting chairman to become Chunghwa Telecom chairman

Dec 24, 14:44

Rick Tsai, chairman and CEO for both TSMC Solar and TSMC Solid State Lighting, two subsidiaries of foundry service provider Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), will...

Rick Tsai

TSMC to raise salaries in 2014, says Chang

Nov 11, 15:17

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is set to raise its employees' base salaries in April 2014, said chairman and CEO Morris Chang at the company's annual sports day...

Morris Chang at TSMC's annual sports day

LED firms to lower prices through improved technology

May 20, 13:54

International LED firms such as Cree and Osram have introduced LED light bulbs priced below US$10/unit and EUR10/unit (US$12.83/unit), and price competition is expected to heat up...

TSMC SSL to introduce LED chips with 130lm/W brightness in 2H12

Mar 20, 22:14

TSMC Solid State Lighting (SSL) plans to introduce LED chip products that do not require packaging, with brightness reaching 130lm/W in the second half of 2013. The new product is...

Jacob Tam, president of TSMC SSL

Taiwan LED firms mixed about competition from China-based Sanan Optoelectronics

Jan 28, 10:24

China-based LED firms Sanan Optoelectronics entered the Taiwan market in 2012, heating up competition and causing LED chip prices to fall. Some firms believe Sanan may become relatively...

Si-based GaN difficult to replace sapphire, says TSMC SSL president

Jan 21, 22:28

Toshiba and US-based Bridgelux will reportedly start volume production of 8-inch Si-substrate GaN wafers for use to make LED chips in the first quarter of 2013, according to Taiwan-based...

TSMC SSL president Jacob Tam

Oversupply in LED market to improve in 2013, says Everlight chairman

Jan 16, 22:05

LED packaging house Everlight Electronics is currently showcasing new LED packaging products with the focus being white LED and automobile lighting at the Lighting Japan 2013 exhibition...

TSMC to pour more capital into LED subsidiary

Stockwatch - Feb 22, 01:00

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has unveiled plans to invest NT$2.034 billion (US$68.84 million) to buy new shares issued by its LED lighting subsidiary TSMC Solid...

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