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Monday 18 October 2021
Chipmakers cautious about overbooking for consumer applications in 4Q21
Shipments of display driver ICs (DDI) for Chromebook and large-size TV applications are apparently slowing down on seasonality in the fourth quarter, but the supply of networking...
Friday 15 October 2021
Automotive IC shortage to persist for next 2-3 years
The global shortage of automotive ICs is likely to last beyond next year until 2023 or even 2024, and automakers worldwide are trying all possible means to counter, according to industry...
Thursday 14 October 2021
TSMC expects 4.5% revenue growth in 4Q21
TSMC expects to post revenues of between US$15.4 billion and US$15.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2021, which is a 4.5% sequential increase at the midpoint. Gross margin and operating...
Thursday 14 October 2021
China power restrictions to challenge supply chains in the long term
Supply chains are moving to cope with China's power reductions in one way or another, with the prospect the restrictions may become a long-term policy and will inevitably drive up...
Wednesday 13 October 2021
Taiwan backend houses gain shifted orders for MOSFETs from Southeast Asia
Taiwan-based backend houses continue to land shifted orders for MOSFET and other power ICs from Southeast Asia, where operations at fabs run by international IDMs are being disrupted...
Wednesday 13 October 2021
HDI PCB makers to embrace strong 4Q21
HDI PCB manufacturers including Compeq Manufacturing and Tripod Technology are expected to sustain strong shipment momentum in the fourth quarter of the year after posting record...
Tuesday 12 October 2021
Nanya expects bit sales to contract in 4Q21
DRAM maker Nanya Technology expects its bit sales to contract in the fourth quarter of 2021, with chip ASPs likely to fall through the first quarter of next year, according to company...
Tuesday 5 October 2021
Wire-bonding demand for consumer chips may slow down in 2022
Demand for wire-bonding packaging is likely to slow down in 2022 as backend houses have decided to defer installation of new wire-bonders that have reached them following long delivery...
Tuesday 28 September 2021
Leadframe supply to stay tight through end-2022
Supply of leadframes for wirebonding packaging has been tight and will remain so through the end of 2022, which may be compounded if China's ongoing power curbs extend into fourth-quarter...
Monday 27 September 2021
OSATs in Suzhou concerned more about labor shortage than power reduction
Taiwan's OSATs have seen their plants in Suzhou, Jiangsu province little affected by a power supply cut enforced by China under its carbon reduction policy, but they are more concerned...
Friday 24 September 2021
NAND flash contract prices to drop up to 5% in 4Q21, says TrendForce
NAND flash memory contract prices are expected to stay flat or drop by up to 5% in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to TrendForce.
Wednesday 15 September 2021
Shortage of consumer ICs easing
Shortages of multiple ICs for handsets, notebooks and other consumer technology products have started easing, with some chipmakers already engaged in inventory correction, according...
Wednesday 8 September 2021
Apex sees August PCB sales drop as COVID ravages Southeast Asia
Taiwan-based PCB maker Apex International, with main manufacturing operations in Thailand, saw its August revenue drop 27.2% sequentially due to the impact of COVID outbreaks in Southeast...
Tuesday 7 September 2021
IDMs migrate to 8-inch wafer fabrication for 3rd-gen semiconductors
IDMs including Infineon, Rohm and STMicroelectronics are transitioning to 8-inch wafer fabrication for third-generation semiconductors such as GaN and SiC, according to industry so...
Monday 6 September 2021
Taiwan firms continue to hike car-use MOSFET wafer thinning quotes
Taiwan's wafer thinning specialists including Phoenix Silicon International (PSI), Chipbond Technology and Integrated Service Technology (iST) have seen clear order visibility through...
Wednesday 23 December 2015
Samsung PRO Plus 128GB microSD cards
Samsung Electronics has unveiled its PRO Plus 128GB microSD card series, which is built with company's MLC NAND flash solution. With the introduction of its new 128GB microSD card, Samsung provides consumers with a memory card solution for capturing heavy-loaded, high-resolution video, photography and multimedia contents for use in today's mobile devices. The PRO Plus 128GB microSD is the newest addition to Samsung's PRO Plus lineup, which was first introduced in 32GB and 64GB versions in May 2015. The 128GB microSD features the highest-quality MLC NAND flash memory and UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) and Speed Class 10 support, offering the industry's fastest speeds of up to 95MB/s and 90MB/s for read and write respectively, Samsung said. The new PRO Plus 128GB microSD is meant for use in high-end smartphones and tablets, as well as fulfilling the security, capacity, performance and environment requirements inherent in newly emerging audio and video consumer electronics, specifically action cameras and drones. The new memory card is equipped to handle storing and transferring professional-grade photos and 4K UHD video recording and playback. It can record up to three hours and 50 minutes of 4K UHD video or 16 hours and 20 minutes of Full HD video in action cameras without the need to change or replace the memory card. In addition, the PRO Plus 128GB microSD can store a maximum of 10,940 photos or 30,670 MP3 songs based on Samsung's estimated user settings and configurations. Samsung will now offer the new PRO Plus 128GB microSD memory card in more than 50 countries including China, Europe, Korea, the US and other regions.