Monday 13 May 2024
HBM demand surge squeezes DDR5 PMIC penetration
Suppliers of Power Management ICs (PMICs) may encounter challenges in bolstering their sales momentum for DDR5 PMICs in the coming years, due mainly to the market penetration of DDR5...
Wednesday 21 February 2024
Taiwan motor driver IC suppliers gearing up for heat dissipation boom
Taiwan-based motor driver IC suppliers are seeing a surge in demand for related motor driver chips as the need for heat dissipation in cloud servers and edge IT devices increases.
Tuesday 6 February 2024
PMIC supplier GMT faces market uncertainty
Taiwanese power management IC (PMIC) supplier Global Mixed-Mode Technology (GMT) has expressed uncertainty regarding near-term market visibility.
Tuesday 6 February 2024
Competition among Chinese PMIC providers escalates
China currently has five to six publicly traded power management IC (PMIC) companies, with many more not yet listed, and their Taiwanese peers are striving hard to stay out of the...
Thursday 23 November 2023
DDR5 penetration to accelerate, say PMIC suppliers
DDR5 penetration has not been as fast as expected in 2023 due to the sluggish demand in the memory market. However, it is expected to accelerate in 2024 due to falling chip prices,...
Friday 10 November 2023
PMIC supplier GMT to see DDR5 demand ramp up in 2024
Taiwanese power management IC (PMIC) supplier Global Mixed-Mode Technology (GMT) expects demand for DDR5 memory to ramp up as early as 2024.
Wednesday 16 August 2023
Taiwanese PMIC suppliers cautious about demand prospects for 2H23
Global Mixed-Mode Technology (GMT), uPI Semi, and other Taiwan-based power management IC (PMIC) suppliers are conservative about their demand prospects for the second half of this...
Wednesday 9 August 2023
PMIC supplier GMT seeks to complete inventory correction by 4Q23
Power management IC (PMIC) vendor Global Mixed-Mode Technology (GMT) is looking to return its inventory to normal levels in the fourth quarter of 2023.
Wednesday 12 July 2023
Inventory correction for PMICs nears end
A recent replenishment surge indicates the correction of power management IC (PMIC) inventories is coming to an end, although it may take some time for actual demand to rebound, according...
Thursday 11 May 2023
PMIC supplier GMT expects meaningful revenue growth in 2Q23
Power management IC (PMIC) specialist Global Mixed-Mode Technology (GMT) expects its revenue and gross margin to improve meaningfully in the second quarter, buoyed by rebounding de...
Friday 28 April 2023
New processors supporting DDR5 to stimulate PMIC demand in 2024
The latest Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) processors supporting the DDR5 memory specification are unlikely to stimulate related power management IC (PMIC) demand until 2024,...
Tuesday 25 April 2023
Chromebook, gaming notebook demand picking up, says IC design houses
Peripheral IC demand for Chromebooks and gaming notebooks have picked up since the first quarter of this year, according to sources at IC design houses.
Tuesday 11 April 2023
Taiwan-based PMIC makers see March performance rebound
Taiwan-based power management IC (PMIC) manufacturers noted that shipments have recovered in the first quarter of 2023, after witnessing a sharp decline in demand in the second half...
Tuesday 28 March 2023
Major Taiwan IC design houses vary strategies amid slowdown
Major Taiwan-based IC design houses such as MediaTek, Novatek Microelectronics, Realtek Semiconductor, Elan Microelectronics, Parade Technologies, and Global Mixed-mode Technology...
Tuesday 21 February 2023
PMIC suppliers' gross margins remain under pressure
Taiwan-based power management IC (PMIC) suppliers will continue to see their gross margins erode in the coming quarters, according to industry sources.
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