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Friday 4 November 2011
PC ODMs may be forced to stop production due to HDD shortages
Some PC ODMs may be forced to stop production beginning November due to hard disk drive (HDD) shortages, according to industry sources. Global HDD supply in the fourth quarter is...
Friday 21 October 2011
Prices for 2.5-inch HDDs rise by 5-10% due to Thailand flooding
The serious flooding in Thailand has forced hard disk drive (HDD) assembly and HDD component factories in the area to stop production and consequently a global shortage of HDDs is...
Thursday 13 October 2011
HDD industry impacted by Thailand floods
HDD players Western Digital, Seagate, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) and Toshiba have all been impacted by the floods in Thailand amid power shortages and a breakdown...
Thursday 1 September 2011
Integration of Japan makers seen as healthy move for small- to mid-size panel industry
Japan's attempts to integrate resources of the country's small- to medium-size panels would benefit the development of the global panel industry, but there are challenges ahead for...
Thursday 28 July 2011
External hard drive shipments in 2011 unlikely to meet targets
Players in the external hard drive industry originally expected to see more than 100% growth on year in 2011, but may not be able to achieve growth as strong as expected due to serious...
Tuesday 19 July 2011
China market: Taiwan projector vendors face strong pressure from local brands
While demand for projectors in the China market is on the rise due to government procurement projects for educational applications, Taiwan-based vendors including BenQ, Vivitek, Optoma...
Tuesday 14 June 2011
Global hard drive shipments to grow 15-20% sequentially in 3Q11, estimates Min Aik
Taiwan-based hard drive component maker Min Aik Technology, calculated from its orders, has estimated that global hard drive shipments will grow 15-20% sequentially in the third quarter...
Friday 3 June 2011
Delta Electronics begins use of 3 zero-carbon classrooms in Taiwan
Delta Electronics on June 2 inaugurated three zero-carbon classrooms, an energy-saving educational facility, inside three elementary schools located in northern, central and southern...
Thursday 2 June 2011
Hitachi reiterates partnerships with Taiwan IT industry
Hitachi's presence at Computex 2011 can be more strongly felt than its previous participation in the world's second largest IT tradeshow. For the Japanese industrial giant, Computex...
Thursday 26 May 2011
Software designer Wistron ITS cooperates with Hitachi over landmark software
Taiwan-based Wistron ITS, a software design subsidiary of Wistron, has recently cooperated with Japan-based Hitachi and plans to import the landmark information software GeoPDF, which...
Tuesday 10 May 2011
Hard drive industry to continue facing shortage in May
Japan's earthquake in March has significantly impacted the supply status of the hard drive industry and the effect is expected to persist in May with two of the top-5 makers - Western...
Thursday 21 April 2011
Taiwan hard drive component makers may face difficulty negotiating quotes
As the hard drive market will be fully occupied by three major players following Western Digital's acquisition of Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) and Seagate completes...
Tuesday 19 April 2011
Seagate buying Samsung HDD department rumor unlikely to occur shortly
Rumor about hard drive maker Seagate may purchase Samsung Electronics' hard drive business has been spreading in IT market after report about Samsung considering selling its hard...
Thursday 7 April 2011
Major BT resin producers recovering from Japan earthquake, say IC substrate makers
Major producers of bismaleimide-triazine (BT) resin, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical (MGC) and Hitachi Chemical, are recovering faster than expected from the suspension of operations caused...
Tuesday 22 March 2011
Cal-Comp, Min Aik unaffected by WD-Hitachi GST merger, Japan earthquake
Taiwan-based hard disk drive (HDD) component maker Cal-Comp Electronics and its Thailand-based counterpart Min Aik Technology have not been substantially influenced by Western Digital's...