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Wednesday 12 June 2024
Sony eyes profitability for automotive CIS biz by fiscal 2026 amid 6x growth in car cameras
Sony's automotive CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) business is rapidly growing due to increasing demand for cameras in automobiles and the need for better image quality and functionality....
Tuesday 11 June 2024
Sony to see CIS shipments surge for high-end smartphones, boosting Sunnic prospects
Sony is poised to witness a significant surge in demand for CMOS Image Sensors (CIS) used in smartphones as the traditional peak season for smartphone shipments approaches. This uptick...
Wednesday 5 June 2024
Sony eyeing bigger automotive CIS market share in China
By collaborating with Horizon Robotics Technology, Sony is vying for a bigger presence in China's automotive CMOS image sensor (CIS) market, according to industry sources.
Friday 19 April 2024
Tong Hsing sees promising automotive CIS demand
Tong Hsing Electronics Industries saw automotive products contribute to 66% of its revenue in the first quarter of this year.
Wednesday 6 March 2024
IC design houses see limited development in automotive chip market
Amid polarized demand for automotive chips, Taiwanese IC design houses are experiencing growth constraints in this sector due to uncertainties, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 5 March 2024
Taiwan CIS earnings calls show light at the end of the tunnel
Earning calls from Taiwan's CIS supply chain promise an uptick in demand in 2024.
Wednesday 31 January 2024
Automotive CIS demand promising in China
Automotive applications will be the key growth driver for CMOS image sensors (CIS) in 2024, with promising demand from China, according to supply chain sources.
Thursday 28 December 2023
Automotive CIS inventory replenishments picking up
Market sources indicated that inventory replenishments for automotive CMOS image sensors (CIS) have been accelerating, with demand prospects bullish for 2024.
Monday 25 December 2023
Sony expands CIS capacity to meet Chinese smartphone demand
Japanese electronic giant Sony has just opened a new factory in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, and has purchased land in Kumamoto Prefecture, intending to build another CMOS Image Sensor...
Thursday 23 November 2023
CMOS packaging specialist Tong Hsing expects modest growth in 4Q23
CMOS image sensor (CIS) packaging house Tong Hsing Electronic expects modest sequential shipment growth in the fourth quarter of 2023, as communication module and car sales momentum...
Wednesday 15 November 2023
Sony poised to challenge Onsemi's dominance in auto CIS market
Sony, with its semiconductor business focusing on CMOS image sensors (CIS), is strategically expanding into the global automotive CIS market, aiming to surpass the current leader...
Monday 30 October 2023
EV tear-up findings of China auto chip localization: Q&A with UBS tech analyst Jimmy Yu
A recent UBS Evidence Lab's tear-up activity on a BYD Seal electrical vehicle showed that a high level of import substitution in automotive chips is taking place at China EV brands,...
Thursday 29 June 2023
Sony poised to develop 5D CIS for premium handset, car apps
Sony continues to expand its CMOS image sensor (CIS) production capacity and is set to develop 5D CIS solutions for both high-end smartphone and automotive applications that are promising...
Friday 9 June 2023
Tong Hsing eyes accelerating MOSFET biz dev: Q&A with company president C. S. Chang
Taiwan-based CMOS imagery sensor (CIS) packaging giant Tong Hsing Electronics, an affiliate of the Yageo Group, has been working actively to make adjustments to its shareholding in...
Friday 21 April 2023
CIS packaging house Tong Hsing less optimistic about automotive demand
Tong Hsing Electronic Industries has revised its automotive CIS business outlook from highly optimistic to just positive, according to the packaging house.
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