2724 news items tagged Digitimes Research
AWS, Azure, GCP offer AI IaaS to boost development of AI applicationFriday 20 December 2019
Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) have offered AI IaaS (infrastructure as a service) products to promote application of AI technologies through...
Handset vendors, supply chain makers accelerating capacity relocation outside China, says Digitimes ResearchTuesday 17 December 2019
Handset vendors and related supply chain makers in China are accelerating their push to build up production capacities outside China as the country's production of smartphones are...
Demand for capacitive MEMS speakers from TWS headset applications rising, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 16 December 2019
The mainstream design of high-end active noise-cancelling true wireless stereo (TWS) headset has been trending toward hybrid driver configurations that have helped drive up the growth...
Top-5 notebook vendors see November shipments drop 2% sequentially, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 16 December 2019
The world's top-5 notebook brand vendors saw their combined shipments (excluding detachable models) for November 2019 suffer a 2% on-month decrease, compared with previous years'...
Taiwan handsets – 3Q 2019Wednesday 11 December 2019
Taiwan makers shipped 14.21 million handsets in third-quarter 2019, up 3% sequentially but down 34.8% on year.
Taiwan IC backend sector to see growth in 2H19 thanks to 5G, says Digitimes ResearchFriday 6 December 2019
Despite the ongoing US-China trade tensions, Taiwan's IC packaging and testing industry is still expected to see second-half 2019 revenues grow from the first half thanks to rising...
Smart AR glasses shipments to rise significantly in 2023, says Digitimes ResearchFriday 6 December 2019
As 5G penetration rate is expected to reach 50% in 2023, smart augmented reality (AR) glasses will begin entering the consumer market, according to Digitimes Research.
Taiwan LCD TVs – 3Q 2019Thursday 5 December 2019
Taiwan's TV maker shipped a total of 7.39 million LCD TVs in the third quarter, up 3.2% sequentially.
Taiwan PC monitor shipments to stop growing in 4Q19Thursday 5 December 2019
Taiwan's PC monitor shipments registered increases of 8.2% sequentially and 5.8% on year in the third quarter of 2019, according to Digitimes Research. But shipments are unlikely...
Xiaomi expanding overseas presenceWednesday 4 December 2019
With its share unlikely to see major changes in China's smartphone market, Xiaomi has geared up expanding global presence, with Japan being its next target market.
Taiwan LCD monitors – 3Q 2019Tuesday 3 December 2019
Taiwan PC monitor shipments continued to grow on-year in the third quarter of 2019 at 5.8% to arrive at 23.73 million units.
Global tablet market – 3Q 2019Wednesday 27 November 2019
Global tablet shipments came to a total of 44.32 million units in the third quarter of 2019, up 35.7% sequentially and 1.5% on year.
Taiwan large-size LCD panels – 3Q 2019Tuesday 26 November 2019
Taiwan's large-size LCD panel shipments rose 2.1% sequentially in the third quarter of 2019.
Intel CPU shortages may affect SSD adoption in PCs in 2020Monday 25 November 2019
Intel's CPU shortages are expected to continue haunting the PC industry in the first quarter of 2020, and may even last into the second quarter, undermining demand for SSDs from the...
Taiwan small- to mid-size LCD panels – 3Q 2019Friday 22 November 2019
Taiwan's small- to medium-size panel shipments rose 12.4% sequentially to come to more than 200 million units in the third quarter of 2019.
Digitimes Research worldwide notebook shipment update – October 2019Friday 22 November 2019
The worldwide top-5 notebook brands' combined shipments slipped 13% on month in October 2019, a decline that was less steep than that seen in the same month year ago, thanks to some...
China smartphone market and industry – 3Q 2019Thursday 21 November 2019
Smartphone shipments by China-based vendors in third-quarter 2019 came to a total of above 180 million units, down 2.5% on quarter and 5.3% on year.
Taiwan handset shipments to post single-digit sequential growth 4Q19, says Digitimes ResearchThursday 21 November 2019
Handset shipments by Taiwan's brand vendors and ODMs are expected to grow by a single-digit rate sequentially in the fourth quarter of 2019 after seeing their combined shipments edge...
Taiwan notebooks – 3Q 2019Tuesday 19 November 2019
Taiwan's notebook shipments rise 1.8% sequentially and 8.6% on year to come to 34.14 million in the third quarter of 2019.
5G commercial service to gain momentum in 2020, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 18 November 2019
The scale of 5G commercial services will gain momentum in 2020, fueled by new business opportunities arising from the growing 5G FWA (fixed wireless access) market and significant...
Top-5 notebook vendors see shipments dip 13% in October, says Digitimes ResearchFriday 15 November 2019
The worldwide top-5 notebook brands saw their combined shipments slip 13% on month in October 2019, better than that of the same month a year ago, thanks to some lingering seasonal...
China smartphone AP shipments – 3Q 2019Thursday 14 November 2019
Third-quarter-2019 smartphone AP shipments to China-based vendors came to 210 million units, down 1.8% on quarter and 9.4% on year.
China smartphone sales down in 3Q19, Digitimes Research figures showWednesday 13 November 2019
Sales of smartphones in China retreated 7.5% sequentially in the third quarter of 2019 after registering a sequential 22.4% growth in the previous quarter, Digitimes Research has...
Mitac to push into cloud computing in 2020Tuesday 12 November 2019
The Mitac Group will see three major growth drivers - edge computing, large-scale datacenters and Internet of Vehicles - in 2020 with subsidiaries Mitac Computing Technology and Mitac...
Korea memory-IC industry output value rises 5.5% in 3Q19, says Digitimes ResearchMonday 11 November 2019
The production value of South Korea's memory chip industry increased 5.5% sequentially to KRW19.8 trillion (US$17.06 billion) in the third quarter of 2019, according to Digitimes...