Thursday 6 July 2023
Eris acquires Diodes' factory in northern Taiwan
Taiwan-based diode maker Eris Technology has announced the acquisition of a factory in Taiwan from its parent company Diodes, with plans to increase output from its 6-inch wafer ca...
Tuesday 17 May 2022
Actron, Eris eyeing IDM-like operations for car, industrial power devices
Taiwan-based power semiconductor suppliers including Actron Technology and Eris Technology are aggressively utilizing manufacturing and supply-chain resources from their affiliated...
Wednesday 17 February 2021
Eris sees diode capacity fully booked throughout 2Q21
Taiwan-based diode maker Eris Technology has landed orders enough to keep its production lines for consumer diodes, automotive diodes, and protective components running at full capacity...
Wednesday 6 January 2021
Diode maker Eris optimistic about 2021-2022
Diode maker Eris Technology has expressed optimism about its sales in 2021 and 2022, as it will enforce three major business strategies and enhance sales of automotive diodes and...
Wednesday 28 October 2020
Diode maker TSC to partner with UMC for SGT MOSFET chips
Diode maker Taiwan Semiconductor Company (TSC) will team up with foundry house UMC to develop and manufacture SGT (split-gate) MOSFET chips for automotive and industrial applications,...
Monday 12 October 2020
Diode makers see robust demand from IT, gaming console sectors
Taiwan's diode suppliers expect current robust demand from IT products and gaming console vendors catering to stay-at-home activities to stretch to the end of 2020.
Friday 25 September 2020
Diodes acquisition of Lite-On Semi receives China approval
China's regulators have given the go-ahead for Diodes' planned acquisition of Lite-On semiconductor, with the deal expected to close by the end of November.
Tuesday 25 August 2020
Diode makers see robust demand for MacBook, other notebook products
Taiwan's diode makers will be able to maintain their shipment momentum in the third quarter of 2020 thanks to robust demand for notebooks and tablets supporting work-from-home activities,...
Tuesday 11 August 2020
Diodes expected to finish acquisition of Lite-On Semiconductor in 2020
US-based Diodes is in process of acquiring a 100% stake in Taiwan-based Lite-On Semiconductor, with the acquisition expected to be finished later in 2020, according to industry sou...
Monday 10 February 2020
Lite-On Semi posts revenue drop in January
Without recognizing sales generated by On-Bright Electronics, Lite-On Semiconductor saw its revenues fall about 14% from a year earlier in January 2020.
Friday 17 January 2020
Next-generation EV SiC power modules highlighted at Automotive World 2020
Next-generation automotive power modules from exhibitors including Japan's Rohm Semiconductor, Taiwan's government-funded Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and Lite-On...
Thursday 9 January 2020
Lite-On Semi to dispose of On-Bright shares
Lite-On Semiconductor will sell its stake in On-Bright Electronics by the middle of 2020, when On-Bright is fully acquired by a consortium of private equity funds led by MagiCapita...
Monday 28 October 2019
Lite-On Semi shareholders OK acquisition by Diodes
Shareholders of Lite-On Semiconductor, a maker of discrete and analog semiconductor devices, have approved an acquisition proposal made by US-based Diodes.
Friday 18 October 2019
Diodes takeover of Lite-On Semi faces pressure from China
Diodes' planned takeover of Lite-On Semiconductor has gained regulatory approvals in the US and Taiwan, but China's regulatory body has recently claimed that both firms have failed...
Friday 9 August 2019
Diodes to acquire Lite-On Semi
Diodes and Lite-On Semiconductor (LSC) have entered into an agreement that provides for the acquisition of the Taiwan-based discrete and analog chipmaker by the US vendor, according...
Your Fast Pass to Semiconductor Insights
Strategize Confidently with Insights into Samsung
Global top-5 notebook brands experience over 20% on-month shipment drop in October, says DIGITIMES Research
Global notebook shipments rise in 3Q23 but to slip in 4Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Research Insight: order backlog, China demand to drive Infineon automotive segment in FY24