Thursday 3 June 2004
CPT to countercharge LG.Philips for patent infringement case
Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) plans to counter LG.Philips LCD’s (LPL) accusation that CPT infringes LPL’s patent rights of notebook panels, said CC Liu, sales and marketing...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Planet Technology launches new network security products
Planet Technology, a Taiwan-based networking and telecommunications equipment vendor, plans to launch several new network security products through its international distributors,...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Huawei Technologies ranked as China’s No.1 software vendor in 2003
Huawei Technologies, a Chinese company, posted sales revenues of 6.22 billion yuan to become China’s largest provider of software products, systems integration and related consulting...
Thursday 3 June 2004
International vendors expect WLAN to lead digital home market
International WLAN vendors including Atheros Communications, CyberTAN Technology and Texas Instruments (TI) forecast future WLAN standards will eventually solve problems like the...
Thursday 3 June 2004
STMicroelectronics: Samsung welcomes ST to join NAND flash market
Samsung Electronics welcomes other industry players including STMicroelectronics (ST) into the NAND flash memory market as it may help to raise Samsung’s share in the market,...
Thursday 3 June 2004
BenQ to start delivering Joybook 7000 notebooks in July, aims to ship 500,000 LCD TVs in 2004
BenQ will start mass-producing its 14.1-inch wide-screen notebook, the Joybook 7000, in July, said Jerry Wang, company vice president and general manager of marketing and sales. The...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Brief: Taiwan makers hesitate to offer new 3-megapixel CMOS digital camera models
Major manufacturers of CMOS digital cameras in Taiwan, while waiting for adequate supply of 5-megapixel CMOS image sensors to upgrade their products, are currently in a dilemma of...
Thursday 3 June 2004
MSI plans to launch V-series motherboards for entry-level market
Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to launch a new series of motherboards, called the V-series, for the entry-level motherboard market, aiming to compete with its peers that have...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Nvidia expects three-fold growth of global media center shipments in 2004
Global media center shipments should reach six million units this year, up three-fold from two million last year, said Huang Jen-hsun, president and CEO of Nvidia, at Computex 2004...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Foxconn plans “Foxconn Inside” brand promotion
With its own-brand motherboards, Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) is in the spotlight at this year’s Computex. However, the company...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Notebooks to be at the center of the digital home
Although digital home products will hit the market in force soon, Quanta Computer sees the notebook PC as the best candidate to act as the home server, according to company chairman...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Antek Networks offers VoIP gateway at Computex
Antek Networks is displaying a full range of VoIP gateways alongside a H.323/SIP proxy server product and a wireless IP phone at this year’s Computex. Due to late booking and...
Thursday 3 June 2004
Tatung shows off entertainment products, displays, Tablet PCs, servers and a videophone
Tatung’s theme at this year’s Computex is “Quality Living to Live Smart.” The company is displaying its full range of IT products that enable people to access...
Thursday 3 June 2004
ZOT print servers for the wireless office seen at Computex
Computex for Zero One Technology (ZOT) is a complete change from last year. The company’s stand is no longer crammed with the latest SOHO gateways, routers and firewall products...
Thursday 3 June 2004
NDC offers family of outdoor WLAN bridge products
National Datacomm Corporation (NDC) has built on its successful release of an outdoor 802.11b WLAN bridge last year with an expanded family of outdoor WLAN products. The expanded...
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