347 news items tagged ARM
Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2021Friday 7 May 2021
Global notebook shipments not including devices with detachable keyboards went down only 8.7% sequentially in the first quarter of 2021 as demand for education and gaming models remained...
Automotive chip probing demand to stay robust through end-2021Tuesday 4 May 2021
Wafer probing service providers have seen the visibility of orders for automotive chips extended to the end of 2021, as TSMC has committed capacity support to chip vendors, according...
Qualcomm forms alliance to promote 5G notebook chips in TaiwanThursday 22 April 2021
Qualcomm has joined forces with Microsoft, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), Acer, Asustek, ECS, Inventec and Taipei Computer Association (TCA) to set up "Enterprise Digital Transformation...
Armv9 accelerates advancements of specialized computingFriday 16 April 2021
With the convergence of 5G, AI, IoT and hyperscale computing, what will computing needs look like in the next decade? As the heart of the computing and connectivity revolution, and...
Nvidia CEO introduces software, silicon, supercomputers at GTC 2021Tuesday 13 April 2021
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has unveiled the company's latest innovations covering autonomous machines, AIs, chips, supercomputers and software during his presentation at GTC 2021.
Arm-based server solutions to expand presence in edge computing marketTuesday 6 April 2021
Arm is expanding its presence in the edge computing server market as its server solutions' lower power consumption and costs are giving the chip designer competitiveness.
Chip shortage may ease as early as 1H22, says Arm TaiwanThursday 1 April 2021
Chip shortages may start easing as early as the first half of 2022, according to CK Tseng, president for Arm Taiwan.
Arm pushing into HPC and datacenter markets, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 2 March 2021
With its advantages in edge computing and mobile device applications, Arm has been expanding its server solution offerings, heading towards high performance computing instead of staying...
MediaTek launches 6nm 5G SoC chipsThursday 21 January 2021
MediaTek has unveiled its new Dimensity 1200 and 1100 5G smartphone SoC series built using 6nm process technology.
Samsung intros 5G mobile processor built on EUV processFriday 15 January 2021
Samsung Electronics has announced its new 5G mobile processor series - Exynos 2100 - built using 5nm extreme ultra-violet (EUV) process technology.
Qualcomm executive identifies three major niche sectors for Taiwan supply chain in next decadeFriday 18 December 2020
Taiwan supply chain players can enjoy lucrative business opportunities in three major sectors in the next decade of the 5G era, namely mmWave technology, 5G infrastructure equipment,...
China stepping up homegrown processor developmentThursday 26 November 2020
Taiwan-based IC design service and silicon IP providers continue to see strong demand particularly for high-margin CPUs from China, according to industry sources.
Arm offers Taiwan research institute free access to IPWednesday 25 November 2020
The Taiwan Semiconductor Research Institute (TSRI) has signed an agreement with Arm, allowing related Taiwanese academic and research bodies to enjoy free access to the latter's processor...
Nvidia reports record sales for fiscal 3Q21Thursday 19 November 2020
Nvidia has reported record revenues of US$4.73 billion for the third quarter ended October 25, 2020, up 57% from US$3.01 billion a year earlier, and up 22% from US$3.87 billion in...
Highlights of the day: Apple M1 opens Arm floodgatesThursday 12 November 2020
Apple's launch of new Macs with its own M1 chips means losses for Intel processor business. And M1 also comes as an...
MediaTek announces new Chromebook chipsWednesday 11 November 2020
MediaTek has unveiled its MT8192 and MT8195 chipsets for the next generation of Chromebooks, with the 7nm MT8192 for mainstream devices and the 6nm MT8195 for premium models.
Apple introduces Mac products with in-house developed M1 chipWednesday 11 November 2020
Apple has introduced a new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini powered by the M1, the first in a family of chips designed by Apple specifically for the Mac.
GlobalPlatform engaging Taiwan eco-system for global collaboration on IoT cybersecurity standardTuesday 27 October 2020
GlobalPlatform, together with Winbond Electronics Corporation, Arm and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), hosted the first technology forum in Taiwan. With a mix of...
Intel faces increasing rivalry from AMD, Nvidia, Apple in core sectorsMonday 26 October 2020
Intel has agreed to sell its NAND flash and storage business to SK Hynix, but the chipmaker is also facing increasingly intense competition from AMD, Nvidia and even Apple in its...
Global server shipment forecast, 2021 and beyondMonday 26 October 2020
Global server shipments are expected to see a CAGR of 6.7% from 2020-2025, driven by demand for datacenter, HPC, AI and 5G related applications.
Global notebook shipment forecast, 2021 and beyondWednesday 14 October 2020
Notebook shipments are expected to grow over 20% on year in 2020 thanks to demand from stay-at-home activities in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
2020 second-highest year for semi M&A, says IC InsightsWednesday 30 September 2020
Two huge purchase agreements in July and September have guaranteed that 2020 will become at least the second-largest year in history for semiconductor merger and acquisition announcements,...
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.
Highlights of the day: Arm faces risks in China marketTuesday 15 September 2020
Nvidia's deal to acquire Arm comes with potential risks. But turning Arm into a "US" company could turn away Chinese...
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.