Both China and India are on track to drive production and design localization for electronics devices including desktops and notebooks for sales in their domestic markets, with brand vendors stepping up relevant deployment to vie for more market opportunities, according to industry sources.
United Microelectronics (UMC) has reported net profits surged 36.4% sequentially and over 200% on year to NT$9.11 billion (US$318.4 million) in the third quarter of 2020. EPS for the quarter came to NT$0.75.
AU Optronics (AUO) managed to rake in net profits of NT$2.89 billion (US$101.02 million) in the third quarter of 2020, ending a streak of six consecutive quarterly...
Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2020 fourth quarter ended September 26, 2020, posting record revenues of US$64.7 billion and quarterly earnings...
Samsung Electronics expects profit to decline in the fourth quarter amid weakening memory chip demand from server customers and intensifying competition in mobile...
CyberLink enhances FaceMe to cope with pandemic
Delta Electronics expects growth
Fuzetec to expand production capacity
Insyde report strong 2Q20 profits
Innolux sees further rise in 4Q20 LCD panel prices
PSI, Kinik secure stable orders from TSMC
Actron to start SiC MOSFET packaging in 2H21
EV-use charging piles to see strong growth in China
FocalTech enjoys strong TDDI chip demand
VCSEL maker LandMark sees revenues growing
IC substrate maker Kinsus to see revenue peak in 4Q20
Elan sees booming shipments for touch controller ICs
Win Semi expects 1-3% revenue growth in 4Q20
UMC fined US$60 million to settle trade secret case
Zeiss targets vision care market in Taiwan
Kioxia to build new fab for 3D flash manufacturing
Corning swings to profit in 3Q20
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