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Wednesday 5 October 2022
Global smartphone shipments continue to underperform in 2H22, says DIGITIMES Research
DIGITIMES Research expects global smartphone shipments in the third and fourth quarter of 2022 to both drop over 10% on year, resulting in declines for six quarters straight, according to DIGITIMES Research's latest figures from the Smartphone tracker.
Tuesday 4 October 2022
Autonomous driving chips to be next battlefield for IC designers and automakers, says DIGITIMES Research
Autonomous driving chip developers, based on their business types, can be separated into four major camps – automotive chip IDM/designers, ICT chip companies, emerging automotive chip developers, and automakers with an in-house chip R&D team – with each having its advantages in competitions, according to DIGITIMES Research's analysis.
Friday 30 September 2022
Korean, Chinese battery makers deploying CTP technologies
Japan-based Daikin is planning to develop chips for its home appliances in-house and its own-brand air conditioning products will begin adopting the in-house developed chips in 2025 at the earliest. China-based Leapmotor became the fourth local automaking startup to be listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) at the end of September and China's second-tier automakers such as NETA and Leapmotor have begun catching up to first-tier automakers such as Xpeng, NIO and Li Auto in terms of auto sales. Battery makers CATL, LG Energy Solution (LGES), and Samsung SDI have all recently unveiled their latest battery technology that can help improve battery cells and modules.
Thursday 29 September 2022
Taiwan companies make perfect partners in competitive 5G tech war, says Roger Huang, head of DIGITIMES Research
"Taiwan's ICT companies have a longtime focus on hardware advancement, capable of agile and flexible development to adapt to unprecedented circumstances. For example, the services and system integration providers can team up with Taiwan ICT suppliers to develop 5G services targeting different industries vertically such as smart cities, transportation, banking, and smart manufacturing, then sky will be the limit for the global 5G application growth," said Roger Huang, director of DIGITIMES Research.
Wednesday 28 September 2022
Shipments of iPhone 14 family to reach around 80 million units in 2022, says DIGITIMES Research
Overall shipments of the four iPhone 14 models in 2022 are expected to reach between 78-83 million units with production volumes to arrive at 83-88 million units, weaker than those of the iPhone 13 series in 2021, according to DIGITIMES Research's latest smartphone figures.
Friday 23 September 2022
Sony hearing aid to be available in US in 4Q22; CATL, EVE Energy to supply BMW with large cylindrical batteries; Hyundai postpones 3rd-gen fuel cell volume production to 2027
Sony and WS Audiology have teamed up developing hearing aids, planning to make them available in the US market in October. CATL and EVE Energy will supply large cylindrical batteries for BMW's new cars starting from 2025, and several battery companies are planning to mass produce 46800 batteries. Commercialization of Hyundai's third-generation fuel cells will be delayed from 2023 to 2027, thanks to technical difficulties and uncertain demand.
Friday 16 September 2022
SK Hynix invests KRW15 trillion in new chip plant; China, US-based smartphones highlight satellite communication; Nikon increases investment in 3D printing
The observations of this issue's Asia Enterprise include SK Hynix plans to invest KRW15 trillion (US$10.8 billion) to build a new factory in Cheongju, South Korea in five years. The company is boldly investing in the memory market during the downturn. Geely, Huawei, and Apple are all introducing innovative services of mobile communication combined with satellite communication. Nikon increases investment in 3D printing for metal, aerospace, and automotive applications.
Wednesday 14 September 2022
ICMS market and supply chain status
With the increasing usage of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and over-reliance on technologies, drivers are more likely to be distracted while behind the wheel, making the adoption of in-cabin monitoring systems (ICMS) rather critical.