Monday 31 May 2021
ABR pioneers in brain-inspired AI to make devices smarter
Though neuromorphic computing is still in the early stage, it promises a new way to make AI devices smarter, smaller, and more efficient by incorporating design elements from the...
Friday 28 May 2021
Deeplite accelerates time-to-market for AI applications to run on edge devices
In today's world of computer vision AI, there is a significant challenge of running AI models on the limited compute power of edge device chipsets, as they are typically too large,...
Thursday 27 May 2021
Stathera develops true dual-output MEMS oscillator for next-gen smart devices
As the modern smart connected devices are getting smaller, thinner, and supporting more stringent protocols such as 5G, GPS, UWB, BLE, and Wi-Fi 6, they need high-performance timing...
Wednesday 26 May 2021
KA Imaging reinvents X-Ray market with dual-energy technology
X-ray imaging has existed for more than 120 years, but a Canada-based start-up, KA Imaging Inc, is trying to be a game changer for the long-established market. With the world's first...
Monday 17 May 2021
Vingroup expands EV investments
Vietnam-based Vingroup is set to invest US$300 million in the US to prepare for the release of its newest electric bicycles and vehicles in the country, according to the Vietnamese...
Thursday 1 April 2021
Symroc expands from earthquake prediction applications to industrial risk control solutions
Natural disasters represent a major threat to infrastructure, industries, and human civilization. That is why the scientific and technological communities have always paid close attention...
Friday 26 March 2021
SaaS for component pricing: Q&A with Lytica chairman Ken Bradley
How much should one pay for a chip or a component? Lytica, a Canadian supply-chain pricing analytics company, has the answer. Founded by former Nortel chief procurement officer Ken...
Tuesday 23 March 2021
Canada-based startup Dataperformers targets AI-powered visual inspection solutions
Based in Montreal, Quebec, one of Canada's three artificial intelligence (AI) innovation clusters that host world-leading AI technology firms and talent, startup Dataperformers endeavors...
Monday 22 March 2021
FLITE Material Sciences enables sustainable development of high-precision processing with laser surface functionalization
Canada-based startup FLITE Material Sciences focuses development efforts on two main areas. First, FLITE develops innovative processing techniques and manufacturing technologies that...
Wednesday 17 March 2021
Ecological transition in transportation: Q&A with Propulsion Quebec CEO Sarah Houde
As electrification becomes a clear trend for future cars, solutions for infrastructure, power supply and batteries are very much in need to develop a sound and sustainable ecosystem...
Friday 12 March 2021
AltumView Systems uses edge computing to detect gait changes in older adults while protecting privacy
The world is aging. Taiwan is set to become super-aged by 2025 with one in five citizens being 65 or older. It is growingly important that an aging society bring can concepts and...
Thursday 11 March 2021
Offering digital pathology SaaS, Canada-based startup ViewsIQ expands into Taiwan, Japan and China
To simplify medical testing and analytical processes has always been a major goal for medical technology innovations and precision medicine. Canada-based startup ViewsIQ provides...
Monday 8 March 2021
Connecting Canada startups with Taiwan: Q&A with Jordan Reeves, executive director of Canadian Trade Office in Taipei
The Canadian Trade Office in Taipei is endeavoring to accelerate collaboration between Canadian startups and Taiwanese companies. Canada's AI strength and car-manufacturing prowess...
Wednesday 29 April 2020
Acer notebook sales soar in North America
Acer saw its notebook sales in Canada and the US jump 105% and 135%, respectively, on year in March 2020, making it the largest consumer notebook brand in Canada in the month, according...
Thursday 16 April 2020
Traditional PC shipments see sharp decline in 1Q20, says IDC
The global traditional PC market, comprised of desktops, notebooks, and workstations, declined 9.8% on year in the first quarter of 2020, reaching a total of 53.2 million shipments...
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Fuel cell is pivotal for Taiwan's hydrogen industry, according to DIGITIMES Research
Silicon shield doesn't guarantee military deterrence for Taiwan, says DIGITIMES Research
Taiwan IPC makers pushing integrated services to boost profits and to see revenues grow in 2024, says DIGITIMES Research