Thursday 18 April 2024
Taiwan IPC makers pushing integrated services to boost profits and to see revenues grow in 2024, says DIGITIMES Research
Affected by the overall global economic situation in 2023, Taiwanese industrial PC (IPC) manufacturers saw high inventory levels among their downstream customers with DIGITIMES Research...
Thursday 18 April 2024
Taiwan IPC makers operation status


Wednesday 17 April 2024
How did Ubiqconn shift from IPC to skyward innovations?
Ubiqconn Technology, a subsidiary of First International Computer (FIC),...
Wednesday 17 April 2024
Edge AI and mobility trends stoking demand for rugged computers
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications continue to materialize, there is an increasing demand for rugged computing products. This has enabled numerous Industrial PC (IPC) makers,...
Wednesday 17 April 2024
Research Insights: Taiwan-based IPC suppliers expand in Southeast and South Asia
In recent years, Taiwan-based IPC (Industrial PC) manufacturers have accelerated their production diversification, driven by geopolitical factors and local manufacturing incentive...
Friday 12 April 2024
Taiwanese manufacturers have strong presence at world's largest IPC conference; second behind only Germany
Taiwanese manufacturers control 82.9% of the global server manufacturing capacity, 77.9% of the notebook production capacity, and 54.7% of the PC capacity.
Thursday 11 April 2024
Price competition a concern in 2H24, as IPC companies see orders return
Industrial PC (IPC) makers are optimistic about the second half of 2024, as orders begin to return with the end of inventory destocking at the client end. However, pricing may become...
Tuesday 9 April 2024
Research Insight: Taiwan's IPC industry revenue projected to surge 8.8% in 2024
The total revenue of Taiwan's industrial PC (IPC) industry is projected to increase by 8.8% year-on-year to NT$308.68 billion (US$9.598 billion) in 2024, with most Taiwanese IPC makers...
Monday 8 April 2024
IPC makers eyeing AI application services as new profit path
The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has prompted Industrial PC (IPC) manufacturers to expedite the transformation and enhancement of their business models, with a keen focus...
Tuesday 2 April 2024
Ennoconn upbeat about growth in 2024, as orders on hand reach record highs
Industrial PC maker Ennoconn is highly optimistic about the potential of AI, as its ESaaS (Ennoconn Solution as a Service) smart integrated solution platform gains prominence as a...
Thursday 21 March 2024
IPC providers compete for new markets; target net-zero and edge opportunities
From industrial 4.0 to IoT, industrial PC (IPC) manufacturers have played a crucial role in the development process of various industrial issues. The growth in related markets has...
Tuesday 19 March 2024
Moxa makes bold move into smart edge computing devices and IPCs
Moxa has announced two crucial strategic initiatives to propel its future operations.
Tuesday 12 March 2024
DFI to focus on AI integration, as demand for industrial PCs rebounds
After a less-than-stellar 2023 due to inventory adjustments among customers in the second half of the year, the industrial PC (IPC) industry is finally seeing a rebound in demand...
Wednesday 6 March 2024
Software support crucial for IPC industry integration, says Aplex chairman Lee Chuan-Te
Industrial PC (IPC) manufacturers have seen increased opportunities as AI applications grow mature, as noted by Aplex Technology chairman Lee Chuan-Te. Lee belives that greater integration...
Monday 19 February 2024
From integration to collaboration: ICAA's approach to IPC evolution
Dr. IJ Lee, Chairman of the Intelligent Computer & AIoT Association (ICAA) and Chairman of Litemax Technology,...
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