991 news items tagged AI
MOEA pushing entrepreneurship in southern TaiwanTuesday 29 September 2020
Following the announcement of an investment of NT$4.5 billion in Taiwan Tech Arena (TTA) in northern Taiwan for promoting entrepreneurship and innovation, Taiwan's Ministry of Economic...
Nvidia GTC to focus on AI, datacenter, graphicsMonday 28 September 2020
Nvidia, already the world's leading supplier for graphics chips, has made it clear that it is to compete with other chip giant such as Intel in the AI chip sector, and it received...
Asus AIoT builds new smart manufacturing solutions to promote industrial upgradesFriday 25 September 2020
With the advent of the AIoT era, Asus has embraced new technologies and methods to develop advanced manufacturing capabilities. At the end of 2019, Asus expanded the company's AIoT...
AI and 5G to drive memory market growth over next decade, says MicronThursday 24 September 2020
The emerging artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G technologies are set to generate unprecedented opportunities and productivity, which will be driving the memory market growth over...
Acer eyeing bigger presence in non-PC fieldThursday 24 September 2020
Acer has seen sales generated from non-PC products climb as a proportion of company revenues to 20%, and expects the proportion to continue expanding thanks to its business diversification...
Corning teams up with startups for AI-centric inspection solutionsThursday 24 September 2020
Corning Display Technologies Taiwan has recently tied up with two local startups, Memorence AI and TD42, to jointly develop image recognition technologies and solutions.
PCB equipment supplier Symtek optimistic about 2021Wednesday 23 September 2020
PCB equipment supplier Symtek Automation Asia (SAA) expects higher sales in second-half 2020 than in first-half 2020, with even brighter market prospect for 2021.
Taiwan tech alliance steps up AI chip developmentWednesday 23 September 2020
A fingerprint identification chip for large-area in-display sensing applications co-developed by Taiwan-based Egis Technology, eMemory Technology and Innolux is likely to secure validation...
High-bandwidth 1Gb LPDDR3 from Winbond helps latest Kneron KL720 SoC achieve new industry-high 1.4 TOPS throughput in edge AI applicationsTuesday 22 September 2020
Winbond Electronics Corporation, a leading global supplier of semiconductor memory solutions, today revealed that the latest system-on-chip (SoC) from artificial intelligence (AI)...
Arm acquisition to enhance Nvidia datacenter biz, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 21 September 2020
Nvidia's GPU and AI solutions have seen strong demand from the datacenter market segment, and its acquisition of Arm should help complement the business.
Taiwan ABF substrate capacity fully booked throughout 1H21Monday 21 September 2020
Taiwan-based Unimicron, Nan Ya PCB and Kinsus Interconnect Technology have seen their ABF substrate capacities fully booked throughout the first half of 2021 thanks to strong demand...
IT ecosystem transformation: Q&A with Inventec chairman Tom ChoWednesday 16 September 2020
The global IT ecosystem is undergoing fundamental changes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and US-China trade tensions. Inventec, as one of the major ODMs worldwide, is at...
ADLINK and Fujitsu join forces to present an AI-based smart manufacturing solution that reduces AOI false call rateWednesday 16 September 2020
Growing maturity of artificial intelligence (AI) technology is enabling leaping advances in automated optical inspection (AOI) for the manufacturing sector. ADLINK is working with...
Arm may lose China market after Nvidia takeoverTuesday 15 September 2020
Arm stands to lose its Chinese clients by becoming a part of the US-based Nvidia amid China's campaign to shed its reliance on American IC suppliers.
SEMICON Taiwan 2020 to feature virtual platformTuesday 15 September 2020
Advanced, smart and green manufacturing will take center stage on-site and online during SEMICON Taiwan 2020 that takes place during September 23-25.
Nvidia to acquire Arm for US$40 billionMonday 14 September 2020
Nvidia and SoftBank Group (SBG) have announced a definitive agreement under which the former will acquire Arm from the latter and the SoftBank Vision Fund in a transaction valued...
IBM Taiwan eyeing AI storageFriday 11 September 2020
IBM Taiwan expects its AI storage systems to benefit from the ongoing transformation of Taiwan's financial sector, Taiwanese manufacturers moving operations back home and the rapid...
AI plays key role in China new infrastructure pushThursday 10 September 2020
In China's push to stimulate economic growth by undertaking new infrastructure projects, artifical intelligence (AI) plays the role of facilitating digital transformation and upgrades...
OSAT providers to enjoy impressive SiP sales growth in 2020Wednesday 9 September 2020
Leading OSAT providers, such as ASE Technology, are expected to see revenues generated from their SiP businesses climb about 30% in 2020, driven by demand for 5G, AI and HPC device...
Chips R&D matters: Q&A with iST chairman Danny YuTuesday 8 September 2020
Materials analysis (MA), reliability analysis (RA) and failure analysis (FA) are increasingly needed by IC designers, wafer foundries and backend houses to support R&D projects...
Google launches plans to help nurture IT talent in TaiwanMonday 7 September 2020
Google Taiwan has announced a project to promote digital transformation at Taiwanese companies.
Nanya August revenue hits 6-month lowFriday 4 September 2020
DRAM maker Nanya Technology has reported August revenue slipped 0.8% sequentially to a six-month low of NT$4.87 billion (US$166 million).
SiP demand to boom in 2021Friday 4 September 2020
System-in-package (SiP) demand will grow further on a wide range of applications enabled by the emerging 5G, AI and HPC technologies in 2021, according to industry sources.
MediaTek, Qualcomm intro AI chips for gaming smartphonesWednesday 2 September 2020
MediaTek and Qualcomm have introduced their new AI-capable mobile SoC chips designed specifically for gaming smartphones - the Helio G95 and Snapdragon 732G respectively.
Samsung begins mass production of 16Gb LPDDR5 DRAMTuesday 1 September 2020
Samsung Electronics has announced mass production of 16Gb LPDDR5 mobile DRAM, using extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology, at its second production line in Pyeongtaek.