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Wednesday 12 December 2012
Sanyo deal unlikely to impact Taiwan DSC makers
As Panasonic will sell its acquired Sanyo Electric digital still camera (DSC) business to Japan-based private equity firm Advantage Partners, sources from Taiwan-based ODMs pointed...
Tuesday 14 August 2012
Ability and Altek to see DSC shipments drop in 3Q12
Taiwan-based digital still camera (DSC) makers Ability Enterprise and Altek are both expected to see a shipment drop in the third quarter of 2012, affected by demand being replaced...
Friday 13 July 2012
Commentary: Japan government needs to do more to protect domestic solar industry
The government in Japan recently announced lucrative solar feed-in-tariffs that have sparked discussions about Japan becoming the world's second-largest solar market. However, it...
Tuesday 22 May 2012
Intel pushes new battery solutions to reduce ultrabook cost
To lower production costs of ultrabooks, Intel has been aggressively trying to find replacement components and is currently pushing two new battery solutions - 16650 cylindrical battery...
Tuesday 22 May 2012
Samsung reducing DSC outsourcing to Taiwan makers
Korea-based Samsung Electronics has recently withdrawn its orders for spring season digital still camera (DSC) models, which were originally placed to Taiwan-based DSC maker Altek...
Tuesday 20 December 2011
Sanyo to sell subsidiary factory in central Taiwan to ASE
Sanyo Electronic (Taichung), a subsidiary of Japan-based Sanyo Electric, plans to sell its IC packaging/testing factory located in central Taiwan to the Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor...
Thursday 1 December 2011
Less competitive should exit the solar market: Interview with Motech chairman
In November, Digitimes had the opportunity to speak with Simon Tsuo, chairman of Taiwan-based solar cell maker Motech, about market demand. Tsuo also gave his opinion on how the solar...
Wednesday 19 October 2011
New technologies for monocrystalline solar products shift into focus
The demand-dominated solar market has been shifting towards solar cells with high conversion efficiencies. Compared with mainstream polycrystalline solar products, monocrystalline...
Thursday 16 June 2011
Digital camera chassis maker AVY expects flat performance in 2011
Taiwan-based digital camera chassis maker AVY Precision, facing downstream clients demanding price cuts, and a supply shortage of LCD panels and lenses, expects its revenues and profits...
Thursday 19 May 2011
TPK to take over control of touch sensor maker Cando
Taiwan-based touch sensor maker TPK Holding has announced to obtain 19.9% of shareholding in Cando with a price of NT$31 (US$1.08) per share and the process will allow TPK to become...
Friday 1 April 2011
Anpec seeing boost in orders for fan driver ICs
IC design house Anpec Electronics has landed an influx of orders for fan driver ICs, which will buoy its sales in the second quarter of 2011, according to industry sources. The unexpected...
Tuesday 15 March 2011
ODD pick-up heads see no immediate danger of shortage
Supply of pick-up heads of PC-use optical disc drives (ODDs) from Japan-based makers, including Sanyo Electric, Sharp and Panasonic, is unlikely to be affected by the March 11 earthquake...
Tuesday 24 August 2010
Thirty billion power conversion ICs enable power management applications, says Petrov Group
The analog power conversion IC segment dominates the power management market; it accounts for about 30 billion units and US$11 billion revenues with a forecast average growth rate...
Friday 2 July 2010
Japan-based solar companies increase solar cell procurement and outsourcing from Taiwan makers
Japan-based solar companies including Sanyo Electric, Sharp and Kyocera are expected to increase outsourcing and procurement of solar cells, and Taiwan's manufacturers, strategically...
Thursday 1 July 2010
Taiwan market: Sanyo launches underwater digital camera VPC-CA100
Sanyo Electric on July 1 unveiled its underwater digital camera, the VPC-CA100, for immediate launch in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$15,900 (US$495), according...