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Thursday 12 November 2020
Taiwan supply chain bracing for new-generation game console boom
Taiwan supply chain players are gearing up for the game console replacement boom to be triggered by Sony's new-generation game console PS5 and Microsoft's Xbox Series X, according...
Monday 31 August 2020
Chromebook demand to stay brisk through 1H21
Chip demand for Chromebooks is expected to remain brisk through the first half of 2021, driven by a surge in distance education amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to sources...
Wednesday 5 August 2020
Backend houses kicking off shipments for PS5
Backend houses including ASE Technology and Greatek Electronics have kicked off shipments for Sony's new-generation PS5 game console series slated for launch later this year, according...
Monday 27 July 2020
PC chipmakers seeking more foundry support to digest ballooning orders
Taiwan's designers of peripheral chips for PCs and notebooks are trying hard to vie for more capacity support from foundry partners seeking to meet strong replacement demand in the...
Wednesday 22 July 2020
IC packager Greatek to see 2H20 revenues gain on shipments for PS5
Taiwan-based logic IC packaging firm Greatek Electronics, an affiliate of Powertech Technology (PTI), has indirectly cut into the supply chain of Sony's next-generation PS5 gaming...
Friday 8 May 2020
Lead time for notebook chips extended on tight foundry capacity
Delivery lead time for notebook-related chips including power management ICs, Type-C chips and other peripheral ICs have been extended by 2-3 months, due mainly to tight 8-inch foundry...
Wednesday 19 December 2018
USB Type-C chip prices to fall over 20% in 2019
USB Type-C interface devices are increasingly applied to a variety of consumer electronics gadgets, prompting major Taiwan IC design houses to deepen their deployments in related...
Wednesday 13 May 2015
Genesys Logic sees net profits up 115% on year in 1Q15
USB chip supplier Genesys Logic has reported net profits of NT$83 million (US$2.7 million) for the first quarter of 2015, down 34% sequentially but up 115% from a year earlier.
Wednesday 24 December 2014
Shipments of USB 3.1 peripherals and chips to take off in 1H15
Shipments of PC peripherals and chips supporting USB 3.1 standards are set to take off in the first half of 2015 due to the support of USB 3.1 interfaces by Microsoft, Intel, Apple...
Wednesday 17 December 2014
Some IC design houses look to brisk sales in 1Q15
Some Taiwan-based IC design houses have said that their sales will remain brisk in the first quarter of 2015 despite seasonal effects, due to replenishment orders from the supply...
Tuesday 9 September 2014
Genesys Logic announces a reference design pairing its USB 3.0 card reader controller GL3221 with NFC transceiver ST95HF from STMicroelectronics
Genesys Logic, Inc., a leading IC design company in mixed-signal, high-speed I/O technologies, today announced a reference design pairing its USB 3.0 card reader controller GL3221...
Wednesday 3 September 2014
PC IC vendors look to better order visibility in 3Q14
Order visibility for Taiwan-based PC and notebook related IC vendors for the third quarter of 2014 is better than expected due to a rebound in demand for notebooks and other PC products,...
Tuesday 27 May 2014
IC design houses see earnings improve in 1Q14
Most Taiwan-based IC design houses have seen their gross margins improve in the first quarter of 2014 thanks to the adoption of advanced manufacturing processes and steady chip prices,...
Thursday 18 April 2013
Companies gearing up for USB 3.0 hub market boom
USB controller chipmakers including ASMedia Technology, Genesys Logic, Realtek Semiconductor, Renesas Electronics, Standard Microsystems Corporation (SMSC), Texas Instruments (TI)...
Tuesday 16 April 2013
Demand for touch controller, eDP, USB 3.0 chips rises on forthcoming Haswell
Taiwan-based IC suppliers for touch controllers, eDP (embedded DisplayPort) solutions and USB 3.0 chips, have seen a pick-up in demand recently, as notebook OEMs and ODMs have begun...