Thursday 10 August 2023
Panel makers to see further sales improvements in 3Q23
Taiwan's display panel makers are expected to see sales improve further in the third quarter of 2023, as the peak season arrives, according to industry sources. For large-size panels,...
Thursday 27 July 2023
Innolux expects 7–9% increase in large-size panel ASP in 3Q23
Innolux expects large-size panel ASP to pick up 7–9% from before in the third quarter with LCD TV panel prices continuing to stabilize and increasing procurement of IT panels,...
Wednesday 28 June 2023
Large-size DDI sales to rise through 4Q23
Shipments of large-size display driver ICs have been stable since the first quarter of 2023, driven by growing demand for TV applications, and the bullish trend will likely continue...
Monday 26 June 2023
Demand recovery for large-size displays benefiting peripheral IC supply chain
Large-size displays such as TVs have seen demand recover earlier than smaller ones for handset, notebook and other consumer electrics devices after becoming the first to enter inventory...
Thursday 18 May 2023
EIH looks to ESLs, signage boards for 2024 growth
E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) expects to experience explosive demand growth for electronic shelf labels (ESLs) from the North America market in 2024.
Monday 15 May 2023
Tape COF substrate supplier JMC posts smaller loss in 1Q23
Taiwan-based JMC Electronics, a tape chip-on-film (COF) substrate supplier, saw its net losses narrow to NT$18 million (US$0.58 million) in the first quarter of 2023, despite a 17%...
Wednesday 10 May 2023
Raydium recognizes loss on LTAs
Display driver IC (DDI) provider Raydium Semiconductor incurred losses as a result of the dissolution of earlier LTA contracts with suppliers and generated its lowest quarterly profit...
Monday 8 May 2023
DDI firm Fitipower cautious about 2H23 market prospects
Fitipower Integrated Technology, a Foxconn Group affiliate specializing in display driver ICs (DDI), has expressed caution about its market prospects for the second half of 2023.
Thursday 20 April 2023
DDI firm Fitipower to downsize capital by 35%
Fitipower Integrated Technology, a Foxconn Group affiliate specializing in display driver ICs (DDI), has announced plans to reduce paid-in capital to NT$1.21 billion by NT$653 million...
Friday 24 March 2023
Large area display unit and area shipments to grow in 2023, says Omdia
Shipments of large-area display in 2023 will increase by 0.8% in unit and 3.5% in area, according to Omdia.
Friday 10 February 2023
Large-size DDIs see short lead-time orders in 1Q23
Display driver IC (DDI) vendors have received orders requiring short delivery lead times for large-size display applications from the notebook and IT sectors in the first quarter...
Tuesday 7 February 2023
China SiC semiconductor companies see losses in 2022
Several Chinese firms involved in the domestic silicon carbide (SiC) industry supply chain have warned of net losses in 2022.
Wednesday 11 January 2023
Novatek 4Q22 revenues beat guidance
Display driver IC specialist Novatek Microelectronics saw its fourth-quarter revenues increase 14.6% sequentially to NT$22.42 billion (US$735.6 million), outpacing the high end of...
Tuesday 27 December 2022
EOI to ramp up shipments for large-size miniLED displays in 2023
LED automotive lighting module maker Excellence Optoelectronics (EOI) has kicked off small-volume shipments of its large-size miniLED fine-pitch display products for commercial and...
Tuesday 13 December 2022
Taiwan firms expanding OLED DDI biz
Taiwan-based display driver IC suppliers including Novatek Microelectronics, Himax Technologies and Raydium Semiconductor are actively expanding their OLED DDI offerings, all eyeing...
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