Bits + chips
Passive component utilization rates climbing on resumed orders for notebooks
Olivia Hu, Taipei; Meiling Chen, DIGITIMES

Chip resistor maker Ta-I Technology and power choke specialist Cyntec have enjoyed rising utilization rates since March, thanks to resumed orders from the notebook segment. Ta-I noted that utilization at its production facilities is almost full, while...

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