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  • EMC lands new orders for servers

    Wednesday 17 June 2020
    CCL maker Elite Material (EMC) has gained validation from server brands and datacenter clients with their orders gradually picking up recently, according to the company.
  • EMC+saw+strong+profits+in+1Q20
    Taiwan's CCL maker Elite Material (EMC) has reported its net earnings for the first quarter of 2020 soared 54.1% on year to NT$733 million (US$24.53 million) , the highest for the...
  • CCL+suppliers+see+clear+order+visibility
    Taiwan-based CCL suppliers including Elite Material (EMC), Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) have all seen robust demand for server applications, with strong shipment momentum...
  • EMC%27s+growth+in+2020+will+depend+on+the+5G+smartphone+segment
    Elite Material (EMC) saw its net profits climb 85% in 2019 to NT$3.245 billion (US$107.09 million) on revenues of NT$24.86 billion, thanks partly to upgrades in PCB materials demanded...
  • Taiwan+CCL+firms+eyeing+bigger+presence+in+high%2Dfrequency+segment
    Taiwan-based CCL makers are gearing up for robust demand for high-speed and high-frequency CCLs for use in servers and networking devices, including those based on processors supporting...
  • CCL+demand+is+expected+to+pick+up+along+with+growing+popularity+for+5G+phones
    As motherboard upgrades at 5G smartphones are gaining momentum, Taiwan-based CCL maker is poised to compete with Japanese peer Panasonic to benefit more from the first wave of 5G...
  • EMC+has+reported+its+net+profits+climbed+47%2E3%25+from+a+year+earlier
    CCL maker Elite Material (EMC) has reported its net profits climbed 47.3% from a year earlier to hit a record high of NT$960 million (US$31.5 million) in the third quarter of 2019...
  • EMC upbeat about 4Q19

    Monday 7 October 2019
    Taiwan's leading CCL maker Elite Material (EMC) expects significant revenues for fourth-quarter 2019, bolstered by encouraging sales of iPhone 11, according to industry soruces.
  • The+server+market+is+experiencing+sluggish+growth+in+2019+with+customer+inventory+level+running+high
    According to Digitimes Research's observation, the server market is experiencing sluggish growth in 2019 with customer inventory level running high. However, as inventory depletion...
  • Demand+for+high+multilayer+PCB+products+in+China+to+emerge+in+2020
    Demand for high multilayer PCB products for the production of 400G switches for 5G networks in China is expected to emerge in 2020 when China Mobile starts switching its non-standalone...
  • Taiwan-based CCL suppliers including Elite Materials (EMC) and Iteq enjoyed on-year profit increases in the second quarter of 2019, thanks to rising sales of high-end products.
  • Elite Materials (EMC) will continue to see its revenues driven mainly by demand for handsets, but intends to put increased focus on other applications such as servers and network...
  • huawei
    As Huawei's handset shipments are expected to fall significantly on US trade ban, Taiwan PCB makers have moved to carry out risk diversification deployments by enhancing shipments...
  • CCL firm Elite Materials (EMC) has expressed optimism about its revenue and profit performance in 2019, driven mainly by rising product ASPs.
  • Taiwan-based copper-clad laminate (CCL) firms including Asia Electronic Materials (AEM), Elite Materials (EMC), Iteq and Taiflex Scientific, are on track to build additional new production...
  • Elite Material (EMC) reportedly will replace Panasonic as a major supplier of copper-clad laminates (CCL) for Apple's 2019 iPhone series.
  • Copper-clad laminate (CCL) maker Elite Material (EMC) has reported net profits fell 37.3% to NT$1.75 billion (US$56.8 million) in 2018, while revenues slipped about 3% on year to...
  • Alpha+Networks+chairman+John+Lee
    Alpha Networks will strive to swing back to profitability in 2019, buoyed by shipments of an array of new products, including Cloud-RAN (cloud of radio access network), 5G FWA (fixed...
  • Taiwan-based CCL suppliers including Elite Materials (EMC), Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) are all expected to see their first-quarter revenues decrease from the same period...
  • Audix expands high-margin biz sales

    Monday 25 February 2019
    Specializing in the distribution and sale of precision components and other electronic parts, Taiwan-based Audix has in recent years expanded its high-margin components manufacturing...
  • Felix+Xu%2C+director+of+Dell+EMC+Greater+China%27s+Cloud+Business
    With strong results from its server operation in 2018, Dell EMC expects Greater China to be the key growth driver for its enterprise segment in the next couple of years, as businesses...
  • Taiwan's copper-clad laminate maker Elite Material (EMC) is expected to see 2019 revenue growth driven by robust demand from handset and automotive electronics sectors for its high-density...
  • CCL+makers+ramping+up+capacity
    Copper clad laminate (CCL) makers will continue their production capacity expansion projects in 2019 despite volatility in the PCB market, according to industry sources.
  • Taiwan-based Audix has ramped up shipments of VCM (voice coil motor) components for use in smartphone cameras since the start of the third quarter of 2018 as it has indirectly tapped...
  • Taiflex FCCL sales surge in 3Q18

    Tuesday 9 October 2018
    Taiflex Scientific has disclosed sales of its electronic materials products consisting of mainly flexible copper-clad laminates (FCCL) surged 30.1% sequentially and 10.9% on year...
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