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Dell denies pulling supply chain from China
BYD secures significant victory in Singapore's largest electric bus contract
Huawei to boost shipments of upcoming P70 smartphones
RAM is key in AI PC warmup
SuperAlloy upbeat about EV demand
10h 48min ago
Big win for BYD in Singapore's largest electric bus deal
10h 57min ago
Chipmakers target China through subsidiaries, JV and localization
Nov 29, 20:20
IC design houses gearing up for demand recovery with new products
Nov 29, 20:03
IC backend houses see promising chiplet demand
Nov 29, 19:37
PFAS chemicals supply stays tight
Nov 29, 19:31
Samsung raises high-end CIS prices, say sources
Nov 29, 19:07
NEWS TAGGED 12-INCH FAB
Tuesday 31 October 2023
Chinese foundry gearing up for automotive IC boom
Nexchip Semiconductor, a Chinese mature-node IC foundry, has stepped up its deployment in the automotive IC sector with the opening of a new fab in Hefei specializing in manufacturing...
Monday 30 October 2023
Winbond upbeat about 2024 prospects
Winbond Electronics, a specialty DRAM and flash memory maker, has expressed optimism about its business and market prospects for next year, noting the resolution of the majority of...
Tuesday 24 October 2023
Specialty IC foundry VIS reportedly to set up 12-inch fab in Singapore
Vanguard International Manufacturing (VIS), which runs only 8-inch wafer fabs, reportedly plans to set up a 12-inch fab in Singapore for fulfilling mainly automotive related IC ord...
Tuesday 15 August 2023
TSMC should be able to keep its new overseas JV fabs profitable
Market observers view TSMC's overseas expansion strategy with skepticism, which also presents some opportunities for the pure-play foundry. Despite the fact that its wholly owned...
Wednesday 9 August 2023
TSMC unveils plan for JV foundry in Dresden
TSMC has announced that it will invest alongside Robert Bosch, Infineon Technologies, and NXP Semiconductors in European Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (ESMC) in Dresden, Germany...
Thursday 3 August 2023
Labor unions may hinder TSMC's overseas fab expansions
The expansion of TSMC's fabs abroad may be hampered by strong labor unions in the US and Europe, according to industry sources.
Thursday 20 July 2023
Nexperia to see annual revenue top US$10 billion by 2030
Nexperia, which is owned by Chinese EMS provider Wingtech Technology, expects to see annual revenue top US$10 billion by 2030.
Monday 26 June 2023
TSMC to build new CoWoS capacity in central Taiwan
TSMC has readied plans to build new CoWoS (Chip on Wafer on Substrate) capacity at its manufacturing complex in the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) to meet a rapid surge in demand...
Wednesday 21 June 2023
Trade unions pose challenge to TSMC, Intel fabs in Germany
Trade unions are expected to pose a challenge to TSMC and Intel as they look to build and operate local fabs in Germany, according to market sources.
Thursday 1 June 2023
UMC sees no signs of substantial demand recovery in 2H23
United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) continues to observe customers adjusting inventory levels, albeit at a slower rate than expected, while cyclical shifts in the business climate...
Thursday 11 May 2023
UMC reportedly mulling new fab in Japan
United Microelectronics (UMC) reportedly is considering constructing a new 12-inch wafer fab in Japan.
Thursday 27 April 2023
UMC expects flat 2Q23
Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) expects its wafer shipments and ASPs to both register about flat sequential increases in the first quarter of 2023, with its capacity...
Tuesday 18 April 2023
Samsung sees 12-inch fab capacity utilization rise to 90% on stable 5/4nm process yields
Samsung Electronics has seen its 12-inch wafer fab capacity utilization rise to 90% in the second quarter from 80% registered a quarter earlier, driven by stable 5/4nm process performance...
Friday 10 March 2023
Singapore offers substantial subsidies to entice TSMC to build 12-inch fab locally
TSMC is reportedly slowing down its new fab project in Germany, due to growing doubts about whether the pure-play foundry will receive adequate EU subsidies in light of the region's...
Thursday 23 February 2023
DRAM prices to hit bottom in 1Q23, says Nanya
First-quarter 2023 will be the bottom for DRAM memory prices, according to Nanya Technology, a Taiwan-based DRAM chipmaker.
AROUND THE WEB
TSMC to decide in favour of German factory on Tuesday - Handelsblatt
Monday 7 August 2023
Nov 29, 14:33
Openfind works hand-in-hand with Chunghwa Telecom for 20 years to create Asia's cloud service brand
Wednesday 29 November 2023
MKS showcases at TPCA Show 2023 advanced process solutions to accelerate the development of high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and more complex smartphone and automotive electronics
Wednesday 29 November 2023
AiiEyes introduces a digital image copyright infringement detection solution helping content creators protect their intellectual property
Tuesday 28 November 2023
Leveraging AWS resources to drive innovations, TBCASoft enables new possibilities for cross-border mobile payments
Micron and GlobalFoundries hit by US trade sanction shockwave
Restricting TSMC benefits SMIC, multi-patterning prohibitively costly, said lithography guru
SMIC profit plunges despite Huawei orders: survival heavily dependent on subsidies and external sources
China's aggressive poaching of South Korea's semiconductor talents and resources raises alarm
Semiconductors headed toward strong 2024
Huawei's NearLink wireless technology signals a decoupled connected world
Intel cuts off manufacturing in IDM2.0, TSMC is expected to benefit
Tesla's humanoid robot 'Optimus' debuts in Taiwan, showcasing AI advancements
ASML reportedly sees first big EUV equipment order cut from TSMC
US, Japanese, and Dutch semiconductor equipment export values to China dropped; more substantial strategies demanded by expert
Global top 3 memory makers see sales improvement in 2H23, says DIGITIMES Research
India may take 10 years to achieve 28nm mass production, according to DIGITIMES Research
Japan delivery robot development faces challenge from high costs, says DIGITIMES Research
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