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Friday 4 December 2009
Notebook and STB IC design houses to enjoy sequential shipment growth in 1H10
Most Taiwan-based notebook related and STB IC design houses, including Ene Technology, Integrated Technology Express (ITE), Richtek Technology, Anpec Electronics, Global Mixed-mode...
Friday 20 November 2009
IC design houses see influx of short lead-time orders from China
Taiwan-based IC designers are seeing increased short lead-time orders for December 2009 from China, as OEMs and vendors place orders to avoid shipping delays due to uncertain weather,...
Wednesday 18 November 2009
MediaTek to ship GSM/GPRS single-chip solution in December
MediaTek is scheduled to volume produce its first GSM/GPRS single chips MT6253 in December, according to industry sources. The solution will target white-box handsets priced at less...
Wednesday 2 September 2009
GMT shipping LED backlight ICs for netbooks
Global Mixed-mode Technology (GMT) began shipping LED driver ICs for 8- and 9-inch netbook backlighting in the second quarter and fulfilling orders for 10-inch models in the third,...
Monday 6 July 2009
Taiwan analog IC designers to enjoy growth in 3Q09
Taiwan analog IC design houses are expected to see double-digit sequential revenue growth in third-quarter 2009, outperforming other segments, according to market watchers. Order...
Wednesday 1 July 2009
LED IC player Grenergy enters LED lighting market
LED IC player Grenergy, a subsidiary of IC designer Anpec Electronics, is eyeing the LED lighting market and has set up a new company, Ecolighting, to develop LED lighting modules...
Tuesday 23 June 2009
Taiwan analog IC designers foresee revenues increase in 3Q09
Analog IC design houses Global Mixed-mode Technology (GMT), Richtek Technology and Anpec Electronics expect their third-quarter revenues to grow on quarter based on orders from notebook...
Friday 27 February 2009
Taiwan IC designers ahead in China white-box notebook market
The monthly shipments of white-box notebooks to the China market have reached over 200,000 units, attracting more IC designers to join this market. But Taiwan IC designers have taken...
Monday 5 January 2009
IC designers see weak December sales, conservative about 1Q09
Performances of Taiwan IC design houses were generally not satisfactory in December 2008, with some expected to report an over 30% sequential sales decline. The IC designers do not...
Thursday 25 December 2008
IC designer Anpec to see up to 50% sales decline in 4Q08
Anpec Electronics has lowered its fourth-quarter sales target to a decline of 40-50%, meaning the company will see losses, as its sales in the fourth-quarter will be only NT$500 million...
Wednesday 3 December 2008
IC designers to cut sales targets to reflect difficult times
After Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) lowered its fourth-quarter financial forecast, the market is speculating that Intel will also cut its fourth-quarter shipment...
Friday 28 November 2008
IC designers may see even worse performance in 4Q08 due to frozen orders in November
Taiwan first-tier IC design companies have revised fourth-quarter sales forecasts warning that performance is unlikely to meet earlier expectations because orders have been frozen...
Wednesday 12 November 2008
IC designers Anpec and Ralink lower 4Q sales target on weak orders from mobo and notebook clients
IC design houses Anpec Electronics and Ralink Technology have lowered their fourth-quarter guidances because of weakend orders from motherboard and notebook clients respectively,...
Friday 31 October 2008
IC design house Anpec and Maxim settle lawsuit
Maxim Integrated Products has announced that a settlement has been reached in the patent infringement lawsuit that it filed against Taiwan-based IC design house Anpec Electronics...
Wednesday 22 October 2008
Taiwan IC design houses report increased 3Q margins amid NT Dollar depreciation
LCD driver IC makers Orise Technology and Sitronix Technology have reported third-quarter gross margins at 20.16% and nearly 25% ,respectively, mainly due to exchange rate gains.