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Thursday 1 December 2022
Yageo poised to pursue more overseas acquisitions at right time
Taiwan's top passive components supplier Yageo has been keen on conducting overseas acquisitions over the years to expand its product lines and global clientele, and is poised to seek further international acquisition deals. Yageo chairman Pierre Chen said the company is always prepared to expand at the right time.
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Monday 28 November 2022
RISC-V automotive market has great potential: Q&A with Imagination CEO Simon Beresford-Wylie
British GPU designer Imagination Technologies has been cultivating the RISC-V architecture for many years. After new CEO Simon Beresford-Wylie took the position, the company has been promoting new products and services to take advantage of RISC-V's fast-growing period. Recently, Beresford-Wylie visited Taiwan to interact with supply chain partners and potential business partners. Here's DIGITIMES's interview with Beresford-Wylie.
Monday 28 November 2022
Analog IC supply still tight; demand for automotive MCU also high, says Renesas
Although the automotive chip shortage is showing signs of easing up, analog IC chips continue to be stuck in a tight supply situation, according to Hidetoshi Shibata, CEO of semiconductor manufacturer Renesas.
Friday 25 November 2022
Zhong Yang Technology extends production to optical devices, lenses
Zhong Yang Technology, which makes precision molds and mold cores for manufacturing of lens pieces, has extended production to precision molded glass lens pieces and optical lenses since 2018, according to company chairman Cheng Cheng-tien.
Friday 25 November 2022
Chin-Poon on track with capacity expansion in Thailand
Automotive PCB supplier Chin-Poon Industrial is on track with its capacity expansion in Thailand and expects the easing of automotive chip shortages to help boost its shipments, according to company spokesman Alex Hsiao.
Thursday 24 November 2022
India facing localization challenge in EV supply chain
As India pins its hope on EVs to realize sustainable development and gain its lead in the strategic industry, India's challenge is how to localize components supply amid China's dominance.
Thursday 24 November 2022
Taiwan, Japan poised to expand cooperation in semiconductor, 5G, EV
Taiwan and Japan already have complementary cooperation in 5G and semiconductor, and the cooperation will likely expand to electric vehicles (EV) and green energy, according to Taiwan's economic minster Wang Mei-hua.
Thursday 24 November 2022
Tesla’s Musk sees South Korea as a top investment candidate
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk said he considers South Korea as a top candidate for investment, according to the office of President Yoon Suk Yeol.
Thursday 24 November 2022
GM to introduce over 15 Ultium-based EVs in China by 2025
General Motors will proceed in China's automotive market with its latest plan. On November 22, the carmaker said it aims to launch over 15 models based on its Ultium platform by 2025. In addition, Buick, one of GM's brands, will soon introduce its first EV in China.
Thursday 24 November 2022
China gets ahead of others in autotech innovations
XPeng Motors, China's startup EV carmaker, received a permit from the province of Guangzhou on November 1, 2022, to test its autonomous driving G9 SUV on road, according to the carmaker.
Wednesday 23 November 2022
Notebook ODMs deepen deployments in automotive electronics
Notebook supply chain players continue to carry on inventory correction amid lingering market headwinds, prompting Taiwan-based ODMs to step up deployments in non-notebook segments, particularly automotive electronics, to diversify their revenue sources, according to industry sources.
Monday 21 November 2022
Hyundai building metaplant in US while Seoul consults USTR on IRA details
Hyundai Motor Group announced at the end of October that it broke ground on Metaplant America to produce EV and EV batteries in the US, following the passage of the US' new law Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) that excludes electric vehicles (EVs) assembled outside the US from receiving tax incentives.
Wednesday 16 November 2022
BYD again terminates IPO plan for semiconductor business
As rapidly rising sales of new energy vehicle (NEV) keep driving demand for auto chips, BYD, the largest NEV seller and manufacturer in China, has decided to delay its IPO plan for its semiconductor unit, focusing on expanding its foundry capacity in eastern China.
Tuesday 15 November 2022
Kaimei expects products used in EV charging piles to drive business growth
Kaimei Electronic expects aluminum electrolytic capacitors, thick-film and metal alloy current-sensing resistors used in electric vehicle (EV) power charging piles to become the main source of business growth in fourth-quarter 2022 and 2023, according to company spokesman Andrew Lee.
Tuesday 15 November 2022
Foxconn JV breaks ground for new EV plant in Thailand
Horizon Plus, a joint venture between Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group and Thailand's state-run energy group PTT, broke ground recently for a new electric vehicle (EV) production base in Thailand.
Monday 14 November 2022
Edison Opto expects 2023 revenue to grow 15-20%
LED packaging service provider Edison Opto expects 2023 consolidated revenues to increase 15-20% on year, while LED automotive lighting module maker Laster Tech saw business operation turn from an operating loss of NT$131.6 million (US$4.4 million) and net loss of NT$146.3 million for the second quarter of 2022 to operating profit of NT$56.7 million and net profit of NT$59.8 million for the third quarter, according to the companies.