Monday 17 June 2024
At InfoComm display show, AI is present in both Samsung and LG products
At InfoComm 2024, North America's largest display expo, Samsung Electronics, and LG Electronics are set to showcase various commercial display solutions, all featuring AI technology...
Friday 6 August 2021
Wistron steps up investment in Vietnam
Wistron has announced plans to invest an additional US$45 million in its wholly-owned subsidiary InfoComm Manufacturing (Vietnam), which is scheduled to complete constructing a new...
Thursday 13 August 2020
Wistron steps up investment in India
ODM Wistron has announced plans to invest an additional US$45 million in its subsidiary in India to support construction of its third wholly-owned plant there.
Tuesday 18 June 2019
Epistar showcases fine-pitch RGB display at InfoComm 2019
LED epitaxial wafer and chip maker Epistar and its wholly-owned subsidiary Yenrich Technology have jointly developed a fine-pitch RGB display with a pitch of 0.8mm, and showcased...
Tuesday 21 March 2017
CAYIN's latest digital signage player debuts at InfoComm China 2017
CAYIN Technology, a professional digital signage provider, will be participating in InfoComm China 2017 with DSMA Taiwan (Digital Signage Multimedia Alliance Taiwan). Following the...
Thursday 1 December 2016
Join CAYIN at InfoComm MEA 2016 to discover the next-gen digital signage
CAYIN Technology, a 12-year-professional Digital Signage provider, invites all to join its booth at this years' InfoComm MEA (Booth Z5-E40). As a proud industry pioneer, CAYIN is...
Monday 17 November 2014
Wistron Kunshan to acquire equipment from Wistron InfoComm Technology
Wistron has announced that its subsidiary Wistron Kunshan, located in Kunshan, China will acquire equipment sets from its affiliate Wistron InfoComm Technology - also located in Kunshan...
Monday 26 March 2012
Taiwan market: Vee TIME to acquire WiMAX competitor Tatung InfoComm
Vee TIME, a WiMAX operator in southern Taiwan, has revealed that it will fully acquire competitor Tatung InfoComm for NT$150 million (US$5.08 million).