Monday 27 May 2024
Generative AI fuels Nvidia chip sales, shifts Taiwan's export dynamics
Generative AI has ignited a boom in Nvidia chip sales, with DRAM manufacturers offering HBM products also seeing a surge in orders.
Tuesday 21 May 2024
'Leadership is not forever': Pompeo urges Taiwan to continually innovate to maintain chip dominance
Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Taiwan to attend the inauguration of Taiwan's fifth elected president on May 20, 2024.
Monday 20 May 2024
Qualcomm confirms license to sell to Huawei has been revoked; patent licensing business unaffected
The US Department of Commerce (DOC) recently reported it has revoked Intel and Qualcomm's licenses to sell notebook and smartphone chips to Huawei.
Thursday 9 May 2024
Intel 2Q24 sales to receive minor impact from Huawei export license revocation
Intel confirms that one of its customers' export license was revoked and would impact its second-quarter sales in 2024 to fall to the lower range between its US$12.5-13.5 billion...
Monday 26 February 2024
Weekly news roundup: Intel CEO confirms TSMC partnership for 3nm processors
These are the most-read DIGITIMES Asia stories in the week of February 19 - February 23
Tuesday 20 February 2024
Netherlands revoked ASML's China export licences fearing destructive Chinese weapons
The Dutch Trade Minister Geoffrey van Leeuwen expressed fears about China's intentions.
Monday 19 February 2024
South Korean chip tool makers voice apprehension over SIA's lobby to expand export ban
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is said to be lobbying the Biden Administration to require semiconductor equipment suppliers in allies, including Japan and South Korea,...
Tuesday 2 January 2024
TEL thrives with 40% of revenue from China despite US and Japan export controls
Japan-based semiconductor equipment manufacturer Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL) is expected to generate around 40% of its annual revenue, estimated at JPY 700 billion (US$5 billion),...
Friday 22 December 2023
China imposes export control on rare earth processing technologies
Shortly after the US government tightened its restrictions on Chinese entities, China appeared to retaliate by limiting the export of technology related to rare earth elements. This...
Thursday 7 December 2023
South Korean fab toolmaker Nextin expanding its presence in China amid US export restrictions
South Korean wafer inspection equipment manufacturer Nextin is benefiting indirectly from the US restrictions on semiconductor equipment exports to China and is accelerating its entry...
Tuesday 5 December 2023
Taiwan semiconductor firms should heed new US export restrictions, says economics minister
Taiwan's economics minister Wang Mei-hua has advised the firms in the local semiconductor industry to heed new export curbs and regulations imposed by the US.
Monday 4 December 2023
Raimondo warns Nvidia not to cut corners and reiterates AI chip export control
AI chip company Nvidia was called out by the US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California during the weekend, warning that...
Monday 4 December 2023
Japanese battery material companies diversifying suppliers as China tightens exports
China has imposed stricter export controls on graphite, a critical EV battery material, since December 1. Many Japan-based companies relying on China's raw materials have been diversifying...
Thursday 30 November 2023
US sanctions fuel pellicle shortage amid semiconductor industry slowdown
In the face of an overall slowdown in the semiconductor industry, the demand for pellicles, crucial for the exposure process, is outstripping supply. This surge is attributed to the...
Friday 24 November 2023
China eases export controls on compound semiconductors, bringing relief to LED makers
China's recent relaxation of export controls on semiconductor materials like indium and germanium, effective from November 1, has alleviated the challenges faced by LED makers such...
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