Tuesday 17 May 2022
Advantech expects mild decline in 2Q22 revenues due to China lockdowns
Industrial computing solution provider Advantech expects second-quarter 2022 consolidated revenues to decrease 1.4-5.0% sequentially due to impact of COVID lockdowns in China, according...
Tuesday 17 May 2022
Chenbro sees 50% of April orders affected by China lockdown
Server chassis maker Chenbro Micom estimates as much as 50% of customer orders were affected by the COVID lockdowns in China during April.
Tuesday 17 May 2022
LED firm Brightek cautious about 2Q22
LED packaging specialist Brightek Optoelectronic has expressed caution about its business prospects for the second quarter, when sales are expected to hit bottom for 2022.
Tuesday 17 May 2022
PWM IC suppliers continue to see supply constrained
Power management IC suppliers, including those engaged mainly in the consumer electronics field, continue to see their supply remain constrained, according to industry sources.
Monday 16 May 2022
Radiant LED BLU shipments down 52% in Aprilr
Radiant Opto-Electronics shipped 6.025 million LED backlight units (BLUs) in April, declining 52.0% sequentially, due mainly to China lockdown impacts.
Monday 16 May 2022
Qaunta, Inventec positive about 2H22 notebook shipments
Taiwan's notebook ODMs Quanta Computer and Inventec both have released positive outlook for their shipment performance in the second half of the year, though some market observers...
Thursday 12 May 2022
Notebook production in China unlikely to be fully restored until July
Overall notebook production in China, which mainly takes place in major coastal cities in eastern China, is unlikely to return to pre-lockdown levels until July, according to industry...
Wednesday 11 May 2022
Chicony Electronics expects 2Q22 revenues to drop due to China lockdown
Keyboard and CCM (compact camera module) maker Chicony Electronics expects consolidated revenues for second-quarter 2022 to slip less than 5% sequentially due to impact of COVID lockdown...
Wednesday 11 May 2022
Yen Sun sees no cutback in China orders for car cooling fans
Automotive cooling fan supplier Yen Sun Technology has seen no cutback in orders from the China market despite chip shortages and COVID lockdowns in Shanghai and other major Chinese...
Wednesday 11 May 2022
Coretronic sees decreased April shipments
Coretronic shipped 44,000 projectors and visual solution devices as well as 2.829 million LED backlight units (BLUs) in April, the former decreasing 69% sequentially and remaining...
Wednesday 11 May 2022
MediaTek posts revenue decline in April
Lockdown restrictions in major Chinese cities have made an adverse impact on end-market demand and also supply chains involving mobile SoC specialist MediaTek, which saw its April...
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Non-consumer IC sales to rise in 2Q22 on strong demand, says WT Micro
Automotive, industrial, and other non-consumer ICs and components continue to see robust demand, and their shipments in the second quarter will rise further along with the gradual...
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Asustek seeking to outperform industry average in PC sales growth in 2022
While the global PC market is expected to experience a 10% decline in 2022, Asustek Computer is seeking to outperform the industry average.
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Qisda optimistic about 2022 despite lingering impacts from China lockdowns
Taiwan-based EMS provider Qisda has been heavily impacted by the lockdowns in China, but remains optimistic about growth in 2022. Lockdown impacts are expected to persist through...
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Notebook ODMs post shipment falls in April
Notebook ODMs all experienced shipment falls in April, probably the lowest level in the second quarter, according to industry sources.
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