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Monday 12 July 2021
Analog IC vendors gain foundry support, eyeing record 3Q21 sales
Taiwan-based analog IC vendors are poised to see their third-quarter 2021 revenues hit new highs again on the growing availability of foundry capacity support from 8-inch fabs, according...
Thursday 6 December 2018
GMT to launch tender offer for AAT
Taiwan-based Global Mixed-mode Technology (GMT), a supplier of analog and power management (PWM) ICs, has announced plans to launch a tender offer for fellow company Advanced Analog...
Wednesday 15 March 2017
Taiwan analog IC firms to post revenue growth in 1Q17
Taiwan-based analog IC firms including Anpec Electronics, Advanced Analog Technology (AAT), Global Mixed-mode Technology (GMT) and Macroblock are expected to enjoy on-year growth...
Tuesday 18 December 2012
Analog IC design firms landing more orders from flat panel industry, say sources
Taiwan-based analog IC suppliers have seen a rebound in orders recently, buoyed by growing shipments of LCD panels by makers in Taiwan and China, according to industry sources.
Monday 31 May 2010
Analog IC maker AAT to post strong sales gains for May
Advanded Analog Technology (AAT) expects its revenues for May to be higher than the NT$110 million (US$3.43 million) recorded in April buoyed by shipments of power management (PWM)...
Friday 12 March 2010
Analog IC design houses look to strong revenue gains in March
Most Taiwan-based analog IC design houses expect their revenues to post a sequential gain of more than 20% in March due to strong demand from notebook and OEM/ODM handset makers,...
Tuesday 9 March 2010
LCD analog IC maker AAT raises 1Q10 guidance
Advanced Analog Technology (AAT) has revised upward its first-quarter guidance on strong demand for TFT LCD products, according to industry sources. The analog IC designer is expected...
Thursday 21 January 2010
AAT looks to 20% sequential growth in 1Q10 revenues on panel IC demand
Taiwan-based IC design house Advanced Analog Technology (AAT) expects its revenues to grow over 20% sequentially in the first quarter of 2010 due to increasing demand for LCD analog...
Tuesday 19 January 2010
Taiwan notebook, panel related IC designers to see double-digit growth in January, 1Q10
Taiwan-based IC design houses are expected to see their January and first-quarter 2010 revenues both grow by at least 10% sequentially with increasing orders from notebook and panel...
Thursday 17 December 2009
AAT, Leadtrend trim 4Q09 revenue forecast due to decreased LCD monitor demand
IC design houses Advanced Analog Technology (AAT) and Leadtrend Technology have both said their fourth-quarter 2009 revenues may be weaker than expected mainly due to sharply decreased...
Wednesday 25 November 2009
IC designers AAT, APEC and ILI to benefit from Innolux-CMO merger
Taiwan-based IC design houses Advanced Analog Technology (AAT), Advanced Power Electronics Corporation (APEC) and ILI Technology are expected to see increased orders from Innolux...
Thursday 12 November 2009
AAT expects revenues to drop over 20% sequentially in 4Q09
IC design house Advanced Analog Technology (AAT) expects its revenues to decline over 20% sequentially to NT$200-240 million (US$6.17-7.40 million) in the fourth quarter due to slow...
Tuesday 13 October 2009
IC designer AAT expected to benefit from AUO, PVI e-book reader, e-paper shipments
Analog IC design house Advanced Analog Technology (AAT) has completed design-in of power management (PWM) ICs for e-book readers and e-paper displays developed by AU Optronics (AUO)...
Monday 10 August 2009
Taiwan IC designers post strong July sales
Many Taiwan-based IC design houses saw significant sales in July thanks to strong seasonal demand, and market observers expect their sales to continue rising through the third quar...
Friday 31 July 2009
Novatek enters LED driver IC market
LCD driver IC designer Novatek Microelectronics has said it has already started volume production of LED drivers, but revenue contributions from the segment are still limited because...