Friday 10 March 2023
OSAT ASEH to see revenue rebound
ASE Technology Holding (ASEH) is expected to see its revenue rebound substantially in March after reaching a low point in February, as the OSAT continues to offload "wafer bank" inventories...
Tuesday 27 September 2022
ASEH to see production utilization drop in 4Q22
ASE Technology Holding (ASEH), which operates its backend operations mainly in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, will see its fab utilization rates loosen slightly in the fourth quarter...
Friday 29 July 2022
ASE Technology says revenue on track to grow through 4Q22
ASE Technology Holding (ASEH) has reiterated the OSAT will post sequential revenue increases through the fourth quarter of this year despite heightened macro volatility.
Friday 8 July 2022
Asia IC50: How do Taiwan OSAT companies retain market leadership?
Outsourced semiconductor assembly and test (OSAT) companies are crucial to the semiconductor industry in Taiwan. ASE Technology Holding leads the sector with endeavors in traditional...
Monday 10 January 2022
Importance of Southeast Asia semiconductor industry highlighted by COVID-19
The impact of COVID-19 on the global semiconductor industry has varied by region, as main chip production bases such as Taiwan and South Korea have dealt well with the pandemic. However,...
Wednesday 15 December 2021
Taiwan IC backend equipment specialists poised to generate record sales in 2021
Taiwan-based IC backend equipment specialists, particularly those specializing in advanced packaging equipment, are poised to generate record-high sales in 2021, buoyed by robust...
Thursday 29 April 2021
ASE raises capex projection for 2021
Taiwan's leading OSAT firm ASE Technology Holding will raise its capex budget by 10-15% to up to US$2 billion for 2021, from the previous estimation of US$1.7 billion, according to...
Tuesday 26 January 2021
Testing house Sigurd set to acquire UTAC Taiwan
Sigurd Microelectronics has announced plans to wholly acquire fellow IC assembly and test service company UTAC Taiwan for NT$4.62 billion (US$165 million), and expects to complete...
Monday 2 November 2020
ASE optimistic about 2021
OSAT provider ASE Technology has expressed optimism about its operations in the fourth quarter of 2020 and next year, as its packaging capacity remains tight and ASPs will rise.
Monday 3 August 2020
ASE sees pick-up in orders from communication chip segment
ASE Technology Holding expects to generate sequential revenue growth through the fourth quarter of 2019, judging from a substantial pick-up in orders for communications chips.
Friday 17 July 2020
Top China backend firms gaining significant expansion momentum
China's top-3 backend houses JCET, Huatian Technology and Tongfu Microelectronics, now all among the world's top-10 IC assembly and testing firms, are gaining increasing business...
Thursday 30 April 2020
ASE Technology 1Q20 net earnings surge 91% on year
ASE Technology saw its first-quarter 2020 net earnings shoot up 91% on year to NT$3.899 billion (US$131.01 million), the highest for the same quarter seen since its inception, and...
Thursday 26 December 2019
ASE planning capacity expansion in southern Taiwan
IC assembly and test services provider ASE Technology Holding has signed a MoU with Taiwan's STSP (Southern Taiwan Science Park) Bureau to secure 20 hectares of land at a new national...
Monday 12 August 2019
ASE Technology posts revenue growth for July
ASE Technology Holding, the world's largest IC backend house, has reported consolidated revenues for July 2019 increased 15.2% sequentially and 11.1% on year to NT$36.38 billion (US$1.16...
Thursday 2 May 2019
ASE profits fall in 1Q19
ASE Technology Holding has reported net profit of NT$2.04 billion (US$66.2 million) for the first quarter of 2019, down 62% sequentially. EPS for the quarter came to NT$0.48.
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