105 news items tagged Nuvoton
Winbond reports another quarter of net lossMonday 4 May 2020
Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a maker of specialty DRAM and flash memory, has reported a second consecutive quarterly loss in the first quarter of 2020.
Healthcare MCU shipments to stay in high gear throughout 2Q20Thursday 9 April 2020
Taiwan-based MCU specialists continue to enjoy extremely strong demand for healthcare applications such as ear and forehead thermometers badly needed in fighting the coronavirus pandemic,...
MCU makers to embrace strong 2Q20 with brisk thermometer applicationsFriday 20 March 2020
Taiwan-based MCU firms, which all saw their February revenues surge over 20% on month thanks to strong demand for healthcare applications, are poised to enjoy brisk sales performance...
Nuvoton joins AWS partner networkWednesday 22 January 2020
Nuvoton Technology has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network to provide reference designs for IoT devices, according to the Taiwan-based MCU specialist.
Nuvoton braces for impact from acquiring loss-making business from PanasonicTuesday 10 December 2019
Acquiring Panasonic's loss-making semiconductor business will have a negative impact on Nuvoton Technology's profitability in the short term, and it may take time for the business...
Nuvoton to buy Panasonic chip unitFriday 29 November 2019
Panasonic has agreed to sell its semiconductor business to Nuvoton Technology, a Taiwan-based MCU specialist majority owned by memory chipmaker Winbond Electronics.
Panasonic to exit semiconductor businessFriday 29 November 2019
With its decision to sell its chipmaking operations to Taiwan's Nuvoton Technology, Panasonic will leave the chipmaking industry where it was once among the world's top-10 players...
Chip demand for TWS devices to surge sharply in 2020Tuesday 5 November 2019
Global shipments of TWS (true wireless stereo) earphones are expected to surge sharply to 150-200 million sets in 2020 from around 100 million sets estimated for 2019, providing strong...
Winbond posts profit growth in 3Q19Monday 28 October 2019
Specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics has announced net profit increased 27.9% sequentially to NT$591 million (US$19.3 million) in the third quarter of 2019. EPS...
Peripheral server chips vendors gaining from datacenter demandFriday 25 October 2019
As web giants in the US and China have gradually reactivated construction of datacenters since the start of the fourth quarter of 2019, the global server market is on track to renew...
Winbond invests more in NuvotonWednesday 23 October 2019
Winbond Electronics has subscribed to new shares issued by Nuvoton Technology, and raised its stake in the logic IC specialist to 61.6%, according to a company filing with the Taiwan...
8-inch fab utilization rates may not rebound until 2020Friday 23 August 2019
Eight-inch fab utilization rates continue to fall on weak demand for automotive and consumer ICs and are unlikely to rebound until the first half of 2020, according to industry sou...
Winbond, Macronix post revenue increases in JulyThursday 8 August 2019
Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential increases in July consolidated revenues of 5.7% and 13.6%, respectively.
Taiwan IC design houses expect pick-up in orders for serversTuesday 30 July 2019
Taiwan-based IC design houses expect to enjoy a seasonal pick-up in orders for servers and data centers in the second half of 2019.
Nuvoton posts profit surge in 2Q19Tuesday 30 July 2019
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology saw its net profit surge nearly 500% sequentially to NT$183 million (US$5.9 million) in the second quarter, with EPS reaching NT$0.88.
Winbond, Macronix post increased revenues for MayMonday 10 June 2019
Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential increases in May consolidated revenues of 2.8% and 30.6%, respectively.
Nuvoton invests in chipmaker AutotalksTuesday 28 May 2019
Microcontroller design specialist Nuvoton Technology has acquired an around 7.14% stake in Israel-based Autotalks, a developer of vehicle-to-vehicle communications chips, for US$20...
Taiwan memory chipmakers see April revenues increaseWednesday 8 May 2019
Memory chipmakers Nanya Technology, Macronix International and Winbond Electronics have reported sequential increases in April consolidated revenues of 10.5%, 6.2% and 4.5%, respec...
Winbond, Macronix March revenues increaseTuesday 9 April 2019
Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential increases in March consolidated revenues of nearly 14% and 8.8%, respectively.
Taiwan consumer IC shipments start ramping up in MarchWednesday 20 March 2019
Taiwan consumer IC designers are enjoying a significant shipment ramp-up in March, which may last into the second quarter, traditionally the high season for consumer electronics shipments,...
Nuvoton puts 2019 focus on industrial applicationsTuesday 12 March 2019
Microcontroller unit specialist Nuvoton is focusing on high-performance 32-bit MCUs, which will account for two thirds of its new products this year, according to the company.
Winbond, Macronix post decreased February revenuesMonday 11 March 2019
Specialty DRAM and flash memory maker Winbond Electronics and Macronix International, a provider of mask ROM and flash memory, both saw their February revenues decline sequentially...
IDMs revving up production of GaN, SiC devices for 5G applicationsFriday 8 March 2019
High-performance RF components and power devices made of third-generation compound semiconductor materials with wide band-gap, such as GaN and SiC, are expected to be increasingly...
Nuvoton net profits hit 8-year high in 2018Friday 1 February 2019
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology saw its net profits edge up 3% on year to an 8-year high of NT$711 million (US$23.12 million) in 2018. The earnings translated into an EPS of NT$3.42...
Winbond, Macronix post revenue drops in NovemberMonday 10 December 2018
Winbond Electronics and Macronix International have reported sequential decreases in November consolidated revenues of 3.2% and 21.8%, respectively.