Monday 26 February 2024
NSTC allocates NT$20 billion to support infrastructure for 12-inch chip equipment donated by chipmaker
The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) has earmarked NT$20 billion (US$631.51 million) from the budget for the "Taiwan Chip-based Industrial Innovation Program" to bolster...
Friday 23 February 2024
Nvidia frenzy widens gap between US chipmakers and Asian peers
The artificial intelligence mania sparked by Nvidia Corp.'s sterling results has given a lift to Asia's major chipmakers, but it hasn't closed the valuation gap with their US peers...
Wednesday 7 February 2024
SMIC shares plunge on concern about unprofitable chipmaking
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.'s shares fell by their most since November, after executives warned of further pressure on its profitability.
Wednesday 7 February 2024
Growing semi equipment self-sufficiency in China favors local component vendors
China's drive for IC self-sufficiency has been benefiting local fab tool makers as well as their suppliers of parts and components, according to industry sources.
Thursday 1 February 2024
US accuses Chinese memory chipmaker, AI firms of aiding PLA
The Pentagon added China's leading memory chipmaker and prominent players in AI, energy, and automobiles to a href=""...
Thursday 1 February 2024
Taiwanese sensor chipmaker enters South Korean hydrogen vehicle supply chain
E-Vehicle Semiconductor, which specializes in automotive sensor chips, has entered the supply chain for South Korean hydrogen vehicles, according to company chairman Jeffrey Ho.
Monday 29 January 2024
ASML rides dual-axis EUV boom as memory vendors join buying spree alongside logic chipmakers amid GenAI wave
When will memory manufacturers restart expansion plans after weathering the storm of a sluggish market and falling average selling prices (ASPs)? This question appears not hard to...
Thursday 25 January 2024
Chinese AI processor developers face challenges
Chinese AI chip developers, including Biren Technology and Cambricon Technologies, are having tough times that could burst the AI bubble in China.
Friday 12 January 2024
Chinese pure-play foundry market to increase 9% in 2024
China's pure-play IC foundry industry is expected to resume growth in 2024, with utilization rates of 90% for 8-inch foundries and 78% for 12-inch foundries, according to ICWise,...
Friday 5 January 2024
Gujarat in talks with Asian and American chipmakers for semiconductor investments
Ahead of the annual investor event held in Gujarat, a top official of India's western state said it had talked with several chipmakers in Japan, South Korea, and the US, looking to...
Wednesday 3 January 2024
Chipmakers see end-market demand remain conservative
Consumer spending in Europe and the US was conservative at the end of 2023, prompting chipmakers to adopt a wait-and-see attitude about demand expectations.
Thursday 14 December 2023
COP28 in Dubai is over. How are chipmakers tackling carbon challenges ahead?
The COP28 climate summit has just wrapped up in Dubai, shedding light on two significant trends. The focus is on renewable energy, and the role of AI and machine learning in ESG and...
Friday 8 December 2023
Chip market to gain momentum in 2H24
Inventory restocking is anticipated to increase capacity utilization within the semiconductor supply chain starting in the latter half of 2024, according to market observers.
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.
Wednesday 15 November 2023
Horizon Robotics calls next-gen self-driving chip revolutionary
Beijing-headquartered Horizon Robotics expects to launch the next generation of its in-house developed self-driving chip, the Journey 6, which it calls a revolutionary new product,...
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