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  • Holtek upbeat about 2021 and beyond

    Wednesday 24 February 2021
    Holtek+president+Gordon+Gau
    MCU specialist Holtek Semiconductor is optimistic about its sales and profits in 2021 and beyond, as the company has seen its order visibility extend into 2022, according to company...
  • type+c
    Superior Plating Technology (SPT), dedicated to metal surface treatment and electroplating processing, is expected to post significant profit growth in 2021 thanks partly to its entry...
  • Winbond posts profit growth in 2020

    Friday 19 February 2021
    Winbond+said+previously+that+acquiring+Panasonic+semiconductor+biz+may+have+a+negative+impact+on+sh
    Specialty DRAM and NOR flash chipmaker Winbond Electronics has reported net profit grew 5.7% sequentially to NT$350 million (US$12.53 million) in the fourth quarter of 2020. Net profit...
  • Taiwanese+foundries+are+pushing+capacity+expansions
    Taiwan-based pure-play foundries are gearing up for capacity expansions in 2021 to satisfy growing customer demand, according to industry observers.
  • Innolux expects strong 1Q21

    Friday 5 February 2021
    Innolux+chairman+and+CEO+Jim+Hung
    Innolux expects to enjoy a particularly strong first quarter of 2021 with large-size panel shipments to stay flat but ASP to go up 7-9% sequentially, according to the company.
  • Adata posts profit hike in 2020

    Friday 5 February 2021
    Adata+chairman+Simon+Chen
    Memory module maker Adata Technology saw its net profits hike 236% on year in 2020, with EPS reaching NT$6.10 (US$0.22).
  • AUO swings to profit in 2020

    Thursday 4 February 2021
    AUO
    AU Optronics (AUO) has reported net profit of NT$3.38 billion (US$120.9 million) for 2020, improving from net loss of NT$19.19 billion for 2019.
  • eris
    Diode maker Eris Technology is poised to obtain from Lite-On Semiconductor automotive diode production equipment which has been acquired by Eris' largest shareholder Diodes, and will...
  • kinsus
    IC substrate supplier Kinsus Interconnect Technology swung to net profit of NT$541 million (US$19.3 million) in 2020 from loss of NT$2.025 billion a year earlier, mainly driven by...
  • sk+hynix
    SK Hynix has reported operating profits of KRW966 billion (US$0.87 billion) on consolidated revenue of KRW7.97 trillion for the fourth quarter of 2020, representing sequential decreases...
  • Samsung posts profit drop in 4Q20

    Friday 29 January 2021
    samsung
    Samsung Electronics has reported operating profits fell 26.7% sequentially to KRW9.05 trillion (US$8.08 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2020, due to weaker memory prices, sluggish...
  • UMC+expects+wafer+shipments+and+ASPs+to+rise+in+1Q21
    Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) saw its net profits exceed NT$10 billion (US$357.1 million) in the fourth quarter, with profits for 2020 reaching a 14-year high of...
  • AMD+enjoyed+record+revenues+in+2020
    AMD has announced revenues for the fourth quarter of 2020 of US$3.24 billion, operating income of US$570 million, net income of US$1.78 billion and diluted earnings per share of US...
  • ase
    Backend house ASE Technology has reported net profit of NT$27.59 billion (US$985.37 million) on consolidated revenue of NT$476.98 billion for 2020, with both results hitting the highest...
  • asrock
    Motherboard and graphics card maker ASRock and ASMedia Technology, a fabless chipmaker specializing in high-speed transmission chips, both enjoyed revenue surges in 2020 with promising...
  • Nanya
    DRAM prices will start to rally in the first quarter and rise through the second quarter of 2021, due to undersupply in the market, according to chipmaker Nanya Technology.
  • SMIC
    The US trade ban against China-based SMIC has restricted the pure-play foundry's capability of obtaining semiconductor equipment for its process technology advancements. Nevertheless,...
  • Notebook%2C+mobo+and+graphics+card+makers+to+embrace+bright+prospects+for+1H21
    Taiwan-based makers of notebooks, motherboards and graphics cards are expected to see a strong first-half 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive demand for these devices...
  • silergy
    Taiwan-based analog IC design houses, including MOSFET chip specialists, may have seen their sales growth constrained by tight capacity at 8-inch foundries in the second half of 2020,...
  • spirox
    Taiwan-based Spirox, which distributes packaging and testing equipment, expects to return to profitability in 2020 with shipments likely to ramp up quarter by quarter in 2021.
  • ic
    The impact of Huawei's woes on its Taiwan-based chip suppliers has been smaller than expected, according to industry sources.
  • Second%2Dtier+IC+designers+to+see+profit+growth+in+4Q20
    Tight foundry capacity resulting in insufficient chip supplies and rising chip ASPs already buoyed Taiwan's first-tier fabless chipmakers' profits in the third quarter. Such scenario...
  • Memory+module
    Taiwan-based memory module houses including Adata Technology, Apacer Technology and Innodisk all enjoyed sequential revenue increases in November 2020.
  • TSMC
    Taiwan-based foundries particularly 8-inch ones are expected to see their production capacities stay tight through the end of 2021, with upward adjustments in their foundry quotes...
  • Yageo
    MLCC and chip resistor specialists Yageo and Walsin Technology have reported sequential increases of 6.5% and 6.3%, respectively, in November revenues.
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