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Monday 4 November 2019
Iteq posts record 3Q19 profit
Copper-clad laminate (CCL) specialist Iteq has reported net profits surged 79.3% from a year earlier and 23.9% sequentially to a record high of NT$715 million (US$23.5 million) in...
Friday 25 October 2019
CCL maker Iteq expects 5G-induced revenues to double in 2020
Taiwan-based CCL maker Iteq expects its revenues from shipments of high-frequency, high speed materials for 5G base stations to double in 2020, according to company chairman Dennis...
Tuesday 8 October 2019
Flexium 3Q19 revenues improve on MPI antenna boards demand
Flexible PCB maker Flexium Interconnect has disclosed its September and third-quarter revenues improved significantly on year due mainly to strong demand for handset antenna boards,...
Monday 16 September 2019
PCB makers see stronger momentum from 5G smartphones than base stations
For PCB makers, especially those based in Taiwan, 5G business opportunities from smartphones may outrace those from base stations as demand for the latter has been dented by slowed...
Thursday 5 September 2019
Iteq to expand presence in high-frequency CCL segment
Taiwan-based CCL supplier Iteq is gearing up to expand its presence in the high-frequency and high-speed segment seeking to fulfill its long-term goal of outperforming Panasonic in...
Monday 2 September 2019
Keen competition to emerge in high-frequency CCL for 5G AAU applications
Demand for high-frequency and high-speed CCL will rise sharply to support production of multi-layer backboards for AAU (active antenna unit) application at 5G base stations, prompting...
Monday 26 August 2019
CCL, IC substrate and flexible PCB demand to boom in 5G era
Chip and component demand for 5G related applications, including network equipment, and antennas for handsets and IoT devices, is set to grow robustly starting 2020. In the PCB industry...
Friday 9 August 2019
CCL makers poised to gain from AMD PCIe 4.0 server CPU launch
As AMD has newly launched second-generation EPYC processors, dubbed Rome 7002 series, as the world's first 7nm x86 server CPUs that support PCIe 4.0, Taiwan-based CCL makers ITEQ...
Thursday 8 August 2019
High-end CCL demand from Huawei ramping up
High-end CCL demand from Huawei has been rising due to a major redesign of its 5G base station infrastructure, prompting Taiwan CCL makers to upgrade their CCL specs to meet the demand,...
Friday 2 August 2019
Taiwan CCL firms post profit increases in 2Q19
Taiwan-based CCL suppliers including Elite Materials (EMC) and Iteq enjoyed on-year profit increases in the second quarter of 2019, thanks to rising sales of high-end products.
Monday 8 July 2019
CCL maker Iteq optimistic about 2H19 on strong 5G network demand
Taiwan-based CCL (copper clad laminate) supplier Iteq is optimistic about its revenue performance for the second half of 2019, driven by growing demand from suppliers of 5G network...
Tuesday 11 June 2019
Iteq strives to gain presence in high-speed CCL segment
Copper-clad laminate (CCL) specialist Iteq is striving to develop its presence in the high-speed CCL market segment, while expressing optimism about demand for 5G base station equipment,...
Tuesday 11 June 2019
Huawei demand for 5G infrastructure materials may drop slightly due to redesign
Huawei may slow slightly down its pace of pulling in shipments of PCBs and related materials for 5G base stations in the short term as the company is redesigning circuit layouts to...
Thursday 23 May 2019
Taiwan CCL firms on track to expand production capacities in China
Taiwan-based copper-clad laminate (CCL) firms including Asia Electronic Materials (AEM), Elite Materials (EMC), Iteq and Taiflex Scientific, are on track to build additional new production...
Wednesday 22 May 2019
Taiwan CCL makers racing to gain presence in 5G infrastructure market
Despite US trade sanctions against Huawei likely to slow the installation progress of 5G base stations in China, Taiwan's CCL (copper clad laminate) suppliers are still actively rolling...