Taiwan display system
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 1Q 2018

    Friday 1 June 2018
    Taiwan's LCD TV shipments decreased 33.8% sequentially and 4.9% on year to come to only around 6.6 million units in the first quarter of 2018, the sharpest sequential decline Taiwan's LCD TV industry has ever experienced during the starting quarter of a year.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 1Q 2018

    Wednesday 30 May 2018
    Taiwan makers' monitor shipments dropped below the 20 million mark in the first quarter of 2018, decreasing 6.3% sequentially, but annually the shipments rose 1.4%.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 4Q 2017

    Tuesday 27 February 2018
    Taiwan makers share of worldwide monitor shipments rose slightly in 2017, as their Korea-based competitors became less interested in the mature monitor market that offered weak profits.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 4Q 2017

    Wednesday 21 February 2018
    Asia overtook North America to become Taiwan LCD TV suppliers' largest market in the fourth quarter of 2017, as a result of dramatic increases in shipments to China of Foxconn-made Sharp's LCD TVs.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 3Q 2017

    Tuesday 14 November 2017
    Shipments to North America saw significant growth in the third quarter of 2017 because of seasonality. Year-end holiday promotions are expected to drive up Taiwan's LCD TV shipments in the fourth quarter.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 3Q 2017

    Tuesday 7 November 2017
    After four consecutive quarters of on-year declines, Taiwan's monitor shipments finally rebounded in the third quarter of 2016, thanks to significant increases in shipments from TPV and weakened competition from China-based BOE.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 2Q 2017

    Monday 14 August 2017
    Taiwan TV makers' shipments to some of their China-based clients were weakened by rising LCD panel prices in the second quarter of 2017, during which shipments to China's financially-troubled LeEco had mostly stopped.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 2Q 2017

    Thursday 3 August 2017
    The worldwide LCD monitor market continues to shrink with Taiwan makers seeing more competition from China firms.
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 1Q 2017

    Thursday 11 May 2017
    Taiwan shipped only 6.74 million LCD TV shipments in the first quarter, the lowest quarterly performance since the third quarter of 2009's 5.81 million units, with the total representing a sharp 33.2% sequential decline.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 1Q 2017

    Friday 28 April 2017
    Taiwan's LCD monitor shipments slipped under the 20 million threshold in the first quarter of 2017, slipping 6.2% on year to reach only 18.21 million units, as demand for LCD monitors remained weak. LCD monitor demand is unlikely to see any major recovery and...
  • Taiwan LCD TVs – 4Q 2016

    Monday 20 February 2017
    Asia is becoming more important for Taiwan's LCD TV makers. Asia's share of their shipments has increased to a level comparable to that for North America.
  • Taiwan LCD monitors – 4Q 2016

    Monday 20 February 2017
    The LCD monitor market has yet to hit bottom, with Taiwan makers expected to see their shipments continue to fall in the first quarter of 2017.
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  • Global AP market, 2017-2021

    Monday 12 March 2018
    Digitimes Research estimates total shipments of smartphone application processors (AP) worldwide will grow 1.5% on year to 1.67 billion units in 2018. The slowing growth in the smartphone market means global smartphone AP shipments will only grow at a mild pace...
  • In 2018, global server shipments will grow 8.5% to reach 13.73 million units. Digitimes Research estimates server shipments worldwide will grow at a CAGR of 6.5% during the period 2017-2022, with growth mainly driven by large-scale data centers and the China...
  • This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the China AMOLED industry, focusing on the expansion capacity of the makers, the current implementation plans of major smartphone vendors in the market and the technological hurdles faced by China's makers.
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