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Thursday 28 July 2022
SK Hynix posts record 2Q22 sales but sees challenges ahead
SK Hynix has reported record-high sales for the second quarter of 2022 but warned of a slow second half of the year for the memory market.
Friday 1 July 2022
Specialty PCB maker FHt looks to product diversification for future growth
Taiwan-based First Hi-tec Enterprise (FHt), dedicated to niche-market PCB production, will remain focused on product diversification to drive its future growth, according to company...
Wednesday 25 May 2022
Green inflation bound to come within decade, says AUO chair
Green inflation has not begun yet but is bound to occur within the next decade, and there will be no longer cheap consumer electronics products then, according to Paul Peng, chairman...
Friday 15 April 2022
Phison expects consumer electronics demand to pick up in 2H22
Consumer electronics (CE) related demand will be picking up in the second half of 2022 despite recent weakness in the area, according to flash device controller supplier Phison Ele...
Tuesday 29 March 2022
Concerns raised about COVID impact on IC, IT sectors
Concerns have been raised about the impact of COVID lockdowns in China on the IC and IT industry supply chains this year.
Tuesday 29 March 2022
DRAM, NAND flash spot prices start falling in March
Spot market prices for DRAM and NAND flash memory have fallen at a rapid pace since the middle of March, according to industry sources.
Thursday 24 March 2022
Maria Moroz: An artist who captures the human soul
When we are interested in a portrait, one of the first questions we would ask is: "Who is the artist? "
Wednesday 23 March 2022
NOR flash supply stays tight
The supply of NOR flash memory particularly high-density chips remains tight, but suppliers are only capable of raising prices for part of their high-end products, according to industry...
Friday 18 March 2022
UNCTAD predicts 11.4% hike in computer and electronic product prices due to Ukraine war
The UN Council for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) said the Ukraine war is likely to drive up consumer prices of computer, electronic and optical products by 11.4%, referring to the...
Monday 14 March 2022
Gigabyte to spin off server business
Gigabyte Technology has announced it will spin off its network communication business group and transfer it to its wholly-owned subsidiary Giga Computing Technology. The transfer...
Friday 11 March 2022
Russia-Ukraine conflict causing raw material prices to skyrocket
The prices of raw materials such as nickel have skyrocketed after the Russia-Ukraine war broke out, resulting in higher costs for Taiwan-based PCB equipment makers, according to industry...
Thursday 10 March 2022
Taiwan cyclist app startup Velodash organizes peace ride for Ukraine
The news regarding many people using Airbnb platforms to send money to support the people in Ukraine inspired Taiwan-based cycling app startup Velodash to organize a Peace Ride on...
Wednesday 9 March 2022
Toshiba worried over semiconductor material supply from Ukraine
Japanese companies fled Russia amid war with Ukraine and subsequent economic sanctions. Toshiba worried supply of semiconductor materials from Ukraine might be disrupted; Panasonic...
Monday 7 March 2022
Can SMIC help Russia survive tech sanctions?
Governments around the world have imposed harsh export restrictions against Russia to limit its access to semiconductors and other tech goods from overseas. Taiwan and South Korea...
Friday 25 February 2022
Taiwan chipmakers see limited impact from Russia-Ukraine crisis
Taiwan-based chipmakers have already developed their flexibility to seek alternative sources and expect the Russia-Ukraine conflict to have a limited impact on their supply chains,...