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Friday 6 January 2023
TSMC, GF to be main AMD foundry partners
TSMC and GlobalFoundries are expected to remain AMD's main foundry partners through 2025, while Samsung Electronics has secured only 14nm chip orders for the processor vendor's APU...
Wednesday 4 January 2023
AI tech, own design architectures to steer Qualcomm future chips development
Qualcomm has laid out its future development roadmaps with focuses on AI technology and solutions, in-house developed Oryon CPU and AR glasses discrete architecture, all among forward-looking...
Tuesday 27 December 2022
Enterprise storage demand to pick up as early as 2Q23
Enterprise SSD and other storage device demand is expected to pick up as early as the second quarter of 2023, according to industry sources.
Thursday 8 December 2022
OSATs still uncertain about constructing facilities in US
Though TSMC is building advanced wafer fabs in the US, Taiwanese OSAT companies still have concerns about constructing facilities there to provide cutting-edge packaging services...
Thursday 8 December 2022
SK Hynix develops MCR DIMM
SK Hynix has developed working samples of DDR5 multiplexer combined ranks (MCR) dual in-line memory module, which the memory chipmaker claims is the world's fastest server DRAM pro...
Friday 25 November 2022
ASE Technology reportedly obtains orders for new Qualcomm CPUs
OSAT service provider ASE Technology Holding has reportedly secured orders for packaging and testing Oryon, a new CPU based on Nuvia-developed architect, from Qualcomm, according...
Tuesday 22 November 2022
Qualcomm's self-design CPU Oryon has gone a long way; now in good position
In this year's Snapdragon Summit, Qualcomm only gave small announcements about its self-made CPU, titled Oryon. Besides the estimation that it'll gradually enter the chip production...
Thursday 17 November 2022
Alibaba mulls spinning off semiconductor arm T-Head
Alibaba Group may not rule out allowing its semiconductor arm T-Head Semiconductor to be spun off as an independent company to facilitate its financing operations, according to industry...
Tuesday 15 November 2022
AliCloud commercializes China's first homegrown cloud processor
China's top cloud service provider Alibaba Cloud (AliCloud) has recently announced that its self-developed cloud-native processor Yitian 710 has entered large-scale commercial applications...
Thursday 10 November 2022
Fujitsu will leverage TSMC's foundry for its 2nm CPU
At a press conference on November 8, Japanese technology conglomerate Fujitsu mentioned that its power-saving CPU will be produced with the 2nm processing node technology, and will...
Friday 4 November 2022
Server memory order pull-ins to slow down in 1Q23
Memory makers are expected to see a deceleration in order pull-ins in the first quarter of 2023 as memory demand from first-tier cloud server clients in North America has been declining...
Friday 28 October 2022
Rohm unveils on-device learning AI SoC with ultra-low power consumption
Japan-based Rohm Semiconductor has newly launched a prototype SoC featuring an on-device learning AI accelerator, which can instantly predict the failure of electronic devices such...
Thursday 20 October 2022
Taiwan wafer foundry industry, 3Q 2022

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Thursday 20 October 2022
China still capable of developing edge AI chips
Despite the US' latest restrictions on exports of advanced-node chips and related manufacturing equipment to China, China will still be capable of developing its homegrown AI chips...
Thursday 13 October 2022
MediaTek sees 3Q22 revenue meet guidance
MediaTek saw its third-quarter revenue decrease 8.7% sequentially to NT$142.1 billion (US$4.46 billion), which met the low-end target of the company's guidance.
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