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Friday 5 March 2021
Liberalizing 5G: Q&A with Polish startup IS-Wireless CEO Slawomir Pietrzyk
Window of opportunity has opened up for Polish startup IS-Wireless, which was nominated for DigitalEurope's Future Unicorn Award 2021, having won several other awards in Europe with its innovative 5G mobile communications technologies. They have joined the Garage+ accelerator of the Epoch Foundation in Taiwan, hoping to find hardware partners from Taiwan to deliver their new model of 5G communications at lower cost and better performance.
Friday 5 February 2021
RISC-V: Q&A with SiFive head of global communications James Prior
RISC-V has grabbed headlines recently as the open-source technology is now viewed as a hotbed for innovation. It is also a source of intellectual properties (IP) freely open to the market and free from political wrestling between the two largest economies in the world.
Monday 1 February 2021
Challenges of cross-cultural management: Q&A with Evy Chang, head of investor relations at Wiziin
For startups expanding overseas, the most challenging is often not about obtaining capital or orders, but rather cross-cultural operations and collaboration. Evy Chang, head of investor relations at Vietnam-based Wiziin, comes from a mixed cultural background - Taiwanese and Indonesian - knows much about such challenges. Before moving to Vietnam two years ago, Chang had worked as management consultant at the Business Development Institute (BDI) and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in Shanghai.
Wednesday 27 January 2021
WPG to build last mile in semiconductor supply chain at Taoyuan Aerotropolis
Taiwan is the leader in many semiconductor sectors, but the "last mile" in terms of logistics and shipping centers is missing in the country - a gap that WPG Holdings is ready to fill with its plans to support the Taoyuan Aerotropolis project, according to Frank Yeh, vice chairman of the IC distributor.
Tuesday 26 January 2021
Smart logistics vision for next 30 years: Q&A with WPG Holdings vice chairman Frank Yeh
COVID-19 and the US-China trade war have combined to accelerate a split of the global supply chain in two - namely a "G2" pattern with one serving China and the other the rest of the world. Such a scenario has also highlighted Taiwan's importance.
Monday 25 January 2021
Vietnam investment opportunities: Q&A with Wiziin CEO Tien Nguyen
Many startups are confused about how to find angel investors, while investors are discouraged by the lack of transparency of information about startup investments. Nguyen Ngoc Tien (aka Tien Nguyen), founder and CEO of Wiziin Vietnam, saw this pain point and created a platform to connect investors with startups and quality SMEs, using artificial intelligence (AI) to help startups manage investor relationships and find potential investors, while giving investors real-time and accurate information of startups to help manage their portfolio.
Thursday 14 January 2021
5G opportunities: Q&A with LitePoint president Brad Robbins
LitePoint, a US-based wireless test solution provider, offers turnkey over-the-air test solutions from development to production, combined with software automation that makes testing of FR2 devices easy in both characterization as well as volume manufacturing.
Monday 4 January 2021
Semiconductor knows no borders: Q&A with Silicon Catalyst partners
While many might be deterred by the hefty costs of starting a semiconductor company, there are still many other entrepreneurs with a silicon dream knocking on the door of Silicon Catalyst (SC), an incubator and accelerator for semiconductor startups.
Monday 28 December 2020
Oversight system: Q&A with Dover Microsystems CEO Jothy Rosenberg
Cyber security is a key issue for the era of big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G. Cybersecurity Ventures has predicted that, globally, businesses in 2021 will fall victim to a ransomware attack every 11 seconds, and the cost will top US$20 billion.
Thursday 24 December 2020
Understanding what customers really need: Q&A with AImazing founder Jun Ting
AImazing, founded in 2015, was groomed by Taiwan-based accelerator AppWorks. AImazing, which set up its headuqarters in Singapore and R&D base in Taiwan in 2017, was about to take off with its acoustic application when regulation changes in the Southeast Asian city state curbed its mobile payment services.