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  • dram
    DRAM demand for server applications has started showing weakness with related chip prices trending downward, according to market observers. Nevertheless, the outlook for server DRAM...
  • asus
    The top-5 notebook brands' combined shipments grew 4% on month, but went down 11% on year in November, despite the month being a traditional strong season. Intel's CPU shortages and...
  • Total fab equipment spending in 2019 is projected to drop 8%, a sharp reversal from the previously forecast increase of 7% as fab investment growth has been revised downward for 2018...
  • NAND flash contract prices are set to fall further during the first half of 2019 with prices likely to decrease around 10% sequentially in the first quarter, according to DRAMeXcha...
  • Macroblock cautious about 4Q18, 1Q19

    Thursday 6 December 2018
    LED driver IC supplier Macroblock is cautious about its business prospects for the fourth quarter of 2018 and first-quarter 2019 judging from a continued slowdown in customer order...
  • O-film inventory and debts rising

    Wednesday 5 December 2018
    O%2Dfilm+is+facing+operating+pressure
    China-based touch panel maker Shenzhen O-film Tech is facing increasing pressure of rising inventories and dwindling orders due to a weak rebound of the handset market in China, according...
  • tsmc
    Order visibility for the pure-play IC foundry sector for the first half of 2019 appears to be low. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has started negotiating with its...
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is likely to post a 14-16% sequential decline in consolidated revenues for the first quarter of 2019, due mainly to inventory correction...
  • Gigabyte may swing to loss in 4Q18

    Thursday 22 November 2018
    gigabyte
    Gigabyte Technology may swing to net loss in the fourth quarter of 2018 as the company as a result of massive inventory losses, according to some market watchers.
  • bitcoin
    Taiwan IC designers capable of providing crypto mining ASIC solutions are feeling increasing pressure from customers postponing shipments and new product development amid Bitcoin...
  • LED+chips+are+seeing+serious+oversupply
    As China-based LED epitaxial wafer and chip makers have gradually brought additional production capacities into operation but market demand has remained unchanged, there has been...
  • mlcc
    Taiwan MLCC makers have seen market demand slow down significantly since the beginning of the fourth quarter amid a spate of undesirable factors, and the past strong demand growth...
  • ALi posts another quarter of losses

    Wednesday 14 November 2018
    IC design house ALi, which specializes in set-top box (STB) chipset solutions, has reported an 11th consecutive quarterly loss in the third quarter of 2018 in which net losses came...
  • CMOS image sensor (CIS) backend service firm Kingpak Technology saw disappointing October revenues, as clients' requests to defer some of their shipments reduced its production capacity...
  • Win Semi, VPEC October revenues increase

    Wednesday 7 November 2018
    GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors saw its October revenues rebound slightly while revenues at epitaxial wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) climbed 35.3% on mon...
  • Memory and logic IC backend house Powertech Technology (PTI) expects to post a low single-digit sequential decrease in fourth-quarter revenues, due mainly to a slowdown in memory...
  • Yageo cautious about 4Q18

    Monday 8 October 2018
    Passive component company Yageo has expressed caution about its sales performance in the fourth quarter of 2018, citing a slowdown in demand from its customers based in the Greater...
  • Memory module maker Adata Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.64 billion (US$85.2 million) for September 2018, down nearly 10% on year and 22% sequentially. Revenues...
  • Asustek+is+expected+to+enjoy+a+10%25+growth+in+gaming+notebook+shipments+in+2018
    Despite Intel CPU shortages, Asustek Computer is expected to post an over 10% increase in gaming notebook shipments this year as the Taiwan-based vendor had foreseen the possibility...
  • Intel+to+increase+14nm+chip+output
    Intel CFO and interim CEO Bob Swan has announced that the chip giant will invest an additional US$1 billion in 2018 in expanding its 14nm manufacturing sites to address tight suppl...
  • Worldwide top-5 notebook brands saw their combined shipments increase 11% on month in August as they began releasing new products and preparing inventory for the second half. However,...
  • tsmc
    Combined third-quarter 2018 revenues of Taiwan's foundry houses are estimated to rise 6.2% sequentially or inch up 1.6% on year to US$9.94 billion on a gradual pick-up in mobile communication...
  • ic
    Eight-inch IC foundries have seen order visibility become unclear for the fourth quarter of 2018, according to sources at Taiwan-based IC design houses.
  • Worldwide top-5 notebook brands saw their combined shipments (not including detachable models) drop 24% on month in July as they had already completed inventory preparations for back-to-school...
  • DRAM suppliers have begun to negotiate with their clients contract prices for the fourth quarter since the middle of August, according to DRAMeXchange, which expects prices to weaken...
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