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Taiwan IC distributors mixed on 2Q12 outlook
  • Taiwan-based IC distributors have mixed outlooks for the second quarter of 2012. WPG has expressed optimism predicting components for smartphones sold in China will drive company sales, while WT Microelectronics and Weikeng Industrial tend to hold relatively conservative views.

    Last update: Friday 4 May 2012 [6 news items]

IC distributor Zenitron sees sales growth through 3Q12

May 4, 14:42

Zenitron expects to post a 10-15% sequential revenue increase in the second quarter of 2012. With demand coming from China's consumer electronics and smartphone sectors set to boom,...

WT Micro expects 2Q12 sales to grow 3-8%

May 3, 11:16

WT Microelectronics expects sales for the second quarter of 2012 to grow 3-8% sequentially. Sales will see a larger increase in the third quarter thanks to strong demand coming from...

WT Micro chairman Wen-Tsung Cheng

WPG aims at record revenues in 2Q12

Apr 30, 10:53

WPG Holdings, the largest Taiwan-based distributor of semiconductors and electronic components, aims at consolidated revenues of NT$90.0-94.0 billion (US$3.05-3.19 billion) for the...

Weikeng conservative about 2Q12 business

Apr 25, 01:05

Weikeng Industrial, a Taiwan-based distributor of semiconductors and electronic components, holds a conservative outlook about the second quarter of 2012 mainly because shipments...

IC distributors see sales bottom in 1Q12

Feb 13, 15:20

Taiwan-based IC distributors including WPG Holdings and WT Microelectronics all expect sales to hit the lowest quarterly level for 2012 in the first quarter, and register sequential...

Leading Taiwan-based IC distributors to focus on China smartphone market in 2012

Dec 28, 01:20

Zenitron, WPG Holdings, WT Microelectronics and Edom Technology, four Taiwan-based IC distributors, will focus their 2012 business operation on the China smartphone market, according...

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