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Tuesday 16 August 2022
Top-5 brands see notebook shipments dive in July, says DIGITIMES Research
The global top-5 notebook brands (not including Apple) saw their combined shipments slip 28% on month and over 30% on year in July as the worsening global economy continues undermining market demand and dimming the industry's outlook, according to DIGITIMES Research's latest Notebook Tracker figures.
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Friday 15 July 2022
Taiwan mobo makers to see 2022 shipments to drop back to 2019 level, says DIGITIMES Research
Thanks to the stay-at-home economy, global PC-related product shipments increased dramatically during the past two years with Taiwanese makers' motherboard shipments also picking up to over 50 million units in 2021; however, their shipments are expected to decline in 2022, according to DIGITIMES Research's figures.
Friday 1 July 2022
Servers with non-Intel CPUs to enjoy rising shipment shares over next two years, says DIGITIMES Research
The shipment share of AMD-powered servers is estimated to rise in 2023 and 2024, while that of Arm-powered serves will triple the 2020 percentage in 2024, according to the latest figures from DIGITIMES Research.
Thursday 23 June 2022
AIO PC shipment decline to in 2Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
Taiwan-based brands have been on releasing new all-in-one (AIO) PCs in the second quarter of 2022, but DIGITIMES Research still anticipates an on-month decline in related shipments in the second quarter.
Friday 17 June 2022
Notebook shipments rebound in May with China COVID lockdowns easing, says DIGITIMES Research
The global top-5 notebook brands saw combined shipments rebound 34% in May from a month ago with the lifting of COVID lockdowns in eastern China, but the volumes still went down compared to the same month a year ago amid feeble demand that constrained vendors' order pull-ins, according to DIGITIMES Research's findings.
Thursday 2 June 2022
Research Insight: Infineon SiC products aim at auto, industrial applications
Infineon Technologies has showcased its CoolSiC MOSFETs that support two-way charging during the Computex 2022 that closed in Taipei on May 27, highlighting its deployments for the automotive sector.
Monday 25 April 2022
EV penetration to rise to 30% in 2025, says DIGITIMES Research
As electric vehicle (EV) penetration rate is expected to exceed 30% in 2025, demand for EV infrastructures is growing rapidly, according to DIGITIMES Research. China, the US and the EU have all picked up pace in building charging stations and other green energy installations.
Thursday 21 April 2022
Non-foundry IC segments gaining weight in HPC era, says DIGITIMES Research
Apple has become a bellwether in the HPC chip segment by rolling out its high-performance M1 series built using advanced process at its foundry partner, but all other manufacturing segments in the semiconductor industry will also be gaining weight in the HPC era, according to Jim Hsiao, a senior analyst at DIGITIMES Research.
Thursday 17 March 2022
New Apple iPhone SE shipments to hit 30 million in 2022, says DIGITIMES Research
Apple's new iPhone SE shipments are expected to reach 30 million units in 2022, about the same as shipped volumes of 25-30 million units of its predecessor in its first year (2020) of release, according to estimation by DIGITIMES Research analysts Sean Lin and Luke Lin.
Monday 14 February 2022
Notebook shipments to plateau for next 5 years
Global notebook shipments reached 247 million units in 2021, an increase of more than 20% over 2020. The annual growth rate was slightly less than that of 2020, but there was a net increase in shipments of more than 45 million units for the first time. Compared to the 150-160 million units shipped pre-pandemic, the annual shipment scale of the current market has already risen by nearly 100 million units. Now the market is wondering whether this growth will be sustainable in the future.
Monday 7 February 2022
Telecom players conservative about open RAN technology
Companies in the Taiwanese telecom supply chain are holding conservative views about demand in the open RAN (open radio access network) market despite the growing popularity of the technology in recent years.
Thursday 27 January 2022
Notebook shipments to drop 10% in 1Q22; demand rise for higher-end models, says Digitimes Research
Digitimes Research expects the slow season to have a bigger influence on the notebook market in the first quarter of 2022 than seasonal effects had in the first quarter of 2021. Overall notebook shipments are expected to slip 10% sequentially.
Thursday 9 December 2021
Taiwan PC monitor shipments grow 4.6% in 3Q21, says Digitimes Research
Taiwan's PC monitor shipments grew 4.6% sequentially but fell 6.5% on year to 23.18 million units in the third quarter of 2021, according to Digitimes Research. Shipments are forecast to increase about 5% sequentially in the fourth quarter, as chip and component shortages improve.
Wednesday 1 December 2021
US-Taiwan Economic Prosperity Partner Dialogue to connect Taiwan companies with US telecoms
In the second edition of the US-Taiwan Economic Prosperity Partnership Dialogue (EPPD), the two sides announced their cooperation on the digital economy and 5G network security. It is hoped that the fourth edition of the US-Taiwan Digital Economy Forum (DEF) will be held under the EPPD in 2022 and deepen cooperation in areas such as 5G network security, open network architecture and the free flow of information. This pledge echoes the infrastructure bill recently passed under the Biden administration at the beginning of November.
Monday 29 November 2021
Taiwan top-3 foundries poised to see combined revenues increase 25% in 2021
TSMC, United Microelectronics (UMC) and Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) are expected to see their combined revenues increase about 4% sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2021, with revenues for the whole year forecast to surge 25% on year, according to Digitimes Research.
Tuesday 23 November 2021
V2G tech in EVs provides emergency power supply
As the market penetration rate of electric vehicles (EV) continues to get higher, there are growing concerns regarding more power shortages in the future. In order to avoid EVs becoming electricity-eating monsters, companies are also starting to focus on the development of bidirectional charging capabilities.