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  • tv
    The ongoing rally in prices of small- and medium-size TV panels is likely to last only until June or July due to a pile-up of inventories in the supply chain, according to industry...
  • MediaTek+expects+14%25+sequential+growth+in+2Q19+revenues
    MediaTek is expected to post revenues of between NT$56 billion (US$1.82 billion) and NT$61 million in the second quarter of 2019, representing a 7-14% sequential increase, with gross...
  • TSMC March revenues rise over 30%

    Wednesday 10 April 2019
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reported consolidated revenues of NT$79.72 billion (US$2.59 billion) for March 2019, up 30.9% on month but down 23.1% from a...
  • mlcc
    Taiwan-based suppliers of MLCCs and chip resistors are expected to see demand pick up gradually later in the second quarter of 2019, with factory utilization rates rebounding, according...
  • DRAM ASPs are forecast to fall 15-20% sequentially in the second quarter of 2019, and drop another 10% in the third quarter, according to DRAMeXchange.
  • MSI+president+and+CEO+Sheng%2Dchang+Chiang
    After years of operation in the PC market, Micro-Star International (MSI) has advanced to the next phase with the company's founders passing on management to a team of professional...
  • Recent concerns over market conditions, coupled with a sharp downturn in average selling prices, will lead the DRAM market to reach just US$77 billion in 2019 - a 22% year-over-year...
  • Taiwan-based FocalTech Systems, a supplier of touchcreen and LCD driver ICs, is expected to see its financial performance hit the bottom of 2019 in the first quarter and recover starting...
  • Adata swings to loss in 2018

    Tuesday 19 March 2019
    Memory module firm Adata Technology has reported net losses of NT$0.82 (US$0.03) per share for 2018, due mainly to losses in inventory value arising from DRAM and NAND flash price...
  • Taiwan-based MOSFET suppliers have turned cautious about their business outlook for the first half of 2019, as graphics card makers are still maintaining relatively high inventory...
  • tsmc
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is likely to report an annual decrease in net profits this year, due to an even more saturated smartphone market and a slowdown in...
  • Yageo, a supplier of MLCCs and chip resistors, has reported consolidated revenues fell 35.1% sequentially and 3.6% on year to NT$3.1 billion (US$100.35 million) in February 2019.
  • United Microelectronics (UMC) saw its February revenues fall to the lowest monthly levels in three years, while revenues at Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) slid to a 12-month...
  • Graphics+card+prices+are+in+decline
    With the dissipation of the cryptocurrency mining fad, graphics card players have begun cutting product prices in a bid to clear out excess inventory at the expense of profitability,...
  • MLCC prices falling

    Monday 4 March 2019
    Multi-layer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) prices have been falling since 2019, due mainly to weakening demand as a result of trade disputes between the US and China, Taiwan's TechNews...
  • nvidia
    Nvidia is set to release two more medium- and low-end graphics cards in the second quarter of 2019 as part of its efforts to enhance its presence in the GPU market and dampen competition...
  • led
    China-based LED chip makers saw inventory pile up to CNY6 billion (US$882 million) at the end of 2018 due to oversupply, according to industry sources.
  • Himax expects sales drop in 1Q19

    Thursday 21 February 2019
    Himax Technologies expects to post a revenue decline of 14-19% sequentially in the first quarter of 2019, when the fabless chipmaker expects its LCD driver IC sales generated from...
  • The top-5 notebook brands saw better-than-expected results with combined shipments falling 21% on month in January 2019, as the market has entered the slow season in the first quarter,...
  • Shipments of large-size (9-inch and above) TFT LCD panels by Taiwan-based makers (excluding Sharp) reached 62.38 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018, down 3.7% sequentially,...
  • TSMC revenues fall to 6-month low

    Friday 15 February 2019
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reported consolidated revenues fell 13.1% sequentially to NT$78.09 billion (US$2.53 billion) in January, the lowest in six mon...
  • Nanya January revenues down, Winbond up

    Tuesday 12 February 2019
    DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology saw its revenues fall to a 19-month low in January 2019, while niche-market DRAM specialist Winbond Electronics' revenues increased 5% on month.
  • Gigabyte+is+facing+a+challenging+2019
    Gigabyte Technology is reportedly planning to cut its sales and marketing expenses for 2019 and will axe 5-10% of its personnel in the first half of 2019, according to some market...
  • Specialty IC foundry Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) expects to post a revenue decrease of 8-13% sequentially in the first quarter of 2019, citing inventory adjustments...
  • ASE expects revenues to drop in 1Q19

    Thursday 31 January 2019
    ASE Technology Holding expects revenues to drop in the first quarter of 2019, due to inventory correction at customers engaged in the handset- and communication-related IC sector...
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