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Wednesday 5 October 2022
Equipment supply and demand gap stabilizing for OSATs, IDMs: Q&A with K&S SVP Chan Pin Chong
Automotive chips and power devices continue to see uneven supplies, and Taiwan's leading OSATs including ASE Technology and international IDMs such as Infineon, Renesas, NXP, ST Microelectronics and Onsemi all badly need backend equipment to support their chips production. According to Chan Pin Chong, senior vice president and general manager of products and solutions at Kulicke & Soffa (K&S), a leading vendor of advanced packaging and other semiconductor equipment, the gap between capacity demand and equipment supply has already been narrowing.
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Friday 30 September 2022
Toyota's CEO says EV adoption will take longer than expected
Toyota Motor plans to keep gas-powered cars as a key part of its lineup, rejecting efforts by rivals to go fully electric amid concerns over how quickly consumers will embrace new technologies.
Monday 26 September 2022
Industrial UAV startup AiSeed offers AI+Drone to tackle toughest challenges
AiSeed Technology (AiSeed), a newcomer to the commercial drone market, was established in Taiwan right before COVID-19 rampaged across the world. Despite the difficulty, it still survived during the pandemic and continues to gain attention at international air shows with its unmanned airborne vehicles (UAV).
Thursday 22 September 2022
Ready for electric revolution in agricultural automobiles: VST India
Much of the news of India's shift to electric vehicles (EV) is limited to passenger and some commercial vehicles. But what often goes unnoticed is that EVs are perfectly suited for several niche markets as well. Agricultural automobiles like tractors and tillers are an example.
Wednesday 21 September 2022
Decades of globalization journey: Q&A with Foxconn chairman Young-way Liu
With global economic and market prospects full of variables and uncertainties, it has become one of the most important issues for enterprises to rethink how to position themselves in industry supply chains and even industry ecosystems as well as how to sustain growth and development in the volatile environments.
Wednesday 21 September 2022
Q&A with SiFive SVP Jack Kang: 5 nm chips with SiFive cores likely to be used in cars by 2025-2026
SiFive successfully rolled out a portfolio of automotive CPUs based on the RISC-V standard, and is about to create a new ecosystem of chips, tier-1 auto component providers and OEM partners. DIGITIMES had an exclusive interview with SiFive SVP Jack Kang, who shared what triggered the RISC-V leader's entry into cartech chip IP and the new opportunity SiFive's new portfolio is creating for the supply chain.
Monday 12 September 2022
We are bridge, coach, matchmaker for partners in open innovation: Q&A with RISC-V International CEO Calista Redmond
RISC-V is becoming a mainstream architecture to share the market with Intel's X86 and Arm. Being an open platform, it is especially attracting extraordinary attention from semiconductor industry participants as well as investors amid rising geopolitical tensions that are putting restrictions on technology innovations. The popularity of RISC-V is reflected in the fact that as soon as news about RISC-V hosting a 2022 RISC-V Taipei Day event on the auspicious occasion of SEMICON Taiwan 2022 went public, the event was fully booked in a day. DIGITIMES hosted an exclusive interview with RISC-V International CEO Calista Redmond, who gave a detailed account of RISC-V and Intel's collaboration, the outlook for RISC-V's business development and the roles it aims to play in the semiconductor industry.
Thursday 8 September 2022
Powertrain shortage easing, but other concerns persist: Mahindra India
The Indian automotive giant Mahindra & Mahindra recently announced the launch of a series of consumer electric vehicles, joining a rapidly growing market. But even as the Indian EV market gathers momentum, certain supply chain shortage concerns persist, especially with regard to semiconductors and components.
Thursday 8 September 2022
The first in Taiwan to mass-produce IGBT power semiconductors: Q&A with Pan Jit COO Edgar Chen
The supply of high-end electronic power semiconductors, such as automotive MOSFETs and IGBTs, continues to be tight with delivery times still at 50 weeks or more. These power components can be produced using mature silicon-based (Si-based) semiconductor manufacturing processes, especially by 8-inch wafer fabs.
Wednesday 7 September 2022
Aspiring to become 'Shenzhen of India': Q&A with Sujai Karampuri from ITE&C of Telangana state government
Officials from the Information Technology Electronics and Communication (ITE&C) Department of India's Telangana State recently made another trip to Taiwan to woo investment in the southern Indian state including its capital Hyderabad, home of some tech giants' R&D centers.
Tuesday 6 September 2022
Entering an age of vertical globalization: Q&A with geopolitical futurist Abishur Prakash
The fresh US export restrictions on chips to China and Russia seem to have pushed the decoupling of the semiconductor technology a step further. DIGITIMES Asia had an exclusive interview with Abishur Prakash, co-founder and geopolitical futurist at the Center for Innovating the Future (CIF), on how the fragmented and divided vertical camps of globalization will be a new status quo for geopolitics due to US-China competition.
Monday 5 September 2022
Lypid's PhytoFat makes alternative meat more flavorful and delicious: Interview with CEO Jen-yu Huang
Technology not only changes the way people live, but also what they eat. As more people consider going on a plant-based diet as part of the personal endeavor to reduce carbon emissions, the quality of non-animal foods is also improving. However, the population of vegetarians or vegans account for only 2% of the world's total population, according to Jen-yu Huang, CEO and founder of Lypid.
Tuesday 30 August 2022
Interview: JDI seeking higher automotive sales with eLEAP displays, says Seiichi Fukunaga, head of AutoTech BU
Japan's largest display manufacturer Japan Display Inc (JDI) will produce free-shape OLED displays for car uses, and its eLEAP technology brings out higher brightness and longer lifetime than traditional OLED display, according to JDI's AutoTech business unit head Seiichi Fukunaga.
Friday 26 August 2022
Power semiconductors: Q&A with Jasper Lee, CSO of Pan Jit International
The consumer electronics supply chain is facing mounting inventory levels with many resorting to price reductions trying to maintain market shares. But the supply of power semiconductors such as medium- to high-voltage MOSFETs, IGBTs and SiC power components and modules remain relatively tight, with the delivery lead time for automotive-grade IGBTs still extending to over 50 weeks.
Thursday 25 August 2022
Nexar utilizes crowdsourced vision data to foster autonomous driving
Data is the foundation of autonomous driving. Nexar, an AI computer vision company, analyzes street information through a network supported by its dash cams. Integrating real-time data with human driving behaviors, the Israel-based company aims for a solution that would upgrade self-driving cars' training.
Wednesday 24 August 2022
Exclusive interview with HBS professor Willy Shih: Global supply chain resilience issues to watch out for in 2023 and beyond
As resilience has become as a critical keyword for global supply chain manufacturers, Harvard Business School professor Willy Shih, in a pre-event interview for the DIGITIMES Asia Supply Chain Summit, highlighted risks and opportunities when companies pursue resilience amid ongoing pandemic uncertainties, geopolitical tensions and sustainability regulatory changes.