Monday 18 September 2023
Taiwanese IPC suppliers need to maintain low profile as they venture into the military-industrial chain
Ever since tensions between the US and China started to intensify, countries around the world have been adjusting their military spending. The Russia-Ukraine war further brought these...
Monday 7 August 2023
Intel 18A process wins US gov't deal, likely to squeeze potential orders for TSMC Arizona fab
Intel has struck a deal with the US Department of Defense to develop and manufacture chips with its 18A (18-angstrom or 1.8nm) process technology under the DoD's Rapid Assured Microelectronics...
Wednesday 19 July 2023
RAMP-C program on Intel 18A adds 2 strategic defense industrial base customers
According to Intel, Boeing and Northrop Grumman have joined phase two of the Department of Defense's RAMP-C program, which aims to facilitate a leading-edge US foundry ecosystem on...
Friday 30 June 2023
Drones emerge as new strategic industry; GEOSAT unveils next stage of US-Taiwan collaboration
The industry believes that drones will be one of the emerging strategic industries that nations fiercely compete over in the future, and Taiwan's drone industry stands to benefit...
Monday 15 May 2023
ChenFull, a Lockheed Martin supplier, optimistic about demand recovery in 2H23
ChenFull International Co., a Taiwan-based component manufacturer serving the aerospace, optoelectronics, and display equipment market, revealed its first-quarter 2023 financial results...
Friday 12 May 2023
Former Apple VP takes over the Pentagon's Silicon Valley adventure
Former Apple Vice President Doug Beck was sworn in on May 9 as the newest director of Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) – an organization under the US Department of Defense dedicated...
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Summary of Tech Supply Chain News!
Global chip firms tapping local talents and growing demands in Vietnam, says DIGITIMES Research
Fuel cell is pivotal for Taiwan's hydrogen industry, according to DIGITIMES Research
Silicon shield doesn't guarantee military deterrence for Taiwan, says DIGITIMES Research