Monday 19 February 2024
Samsung reportedly wins first 2nm order in the most advanced chip-making race
The most advanced chip manufacturing process competition has already begun before mass production. Samsung Electronics reportedly secured a 2nm AI chip order from Japan-based startup...
Wednesday 7 February 2024
PC industry in 2024 to be a mixed bag, as Apple sees drop while other brands eye slight growth
PC industry companies, ranging from upstream suppliers like TSMC to end-user brands, have found it difficult to predict the timing and extent of recovery in 2024. In addition to cautious...
Thursday 25 January 2024
Chinese government support produces 100 domestic EDA vendors, but few will survive
China's multitude of government-supported (electronic design automation) EDA vendors are facing the prospect of elimination.
Wednesday 24 January 2024
ASML orders triple as demand for most-advanced gear soars
ASML Holding NV orders more than tripled last quarter from the previous three months as demand for its most sophisticated machines soared, in a sign that the semiconductor industry...
Thursday 18 January 2024
Qualcomm, Samsung introduce the most advanced Snapdragon to 1st Galaxy AI-powered smartphones
Qualcomm Technologies has announced that its premium Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 mobile platform is powering Samsung Electronics' latest flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra globally and Galaxy S24 Plus...
Thursday 16 November 2023
Nvidia joins forces with AMD to build world's most powerful AI workstation
To allow professionals worldwide to build and run AI applications on their desktop PCs, Nvidia has joined forces with AMD to introduce what is touted as the world's most powerful...
Monday 13 November 2023
Most Japan-based parts suppliers report profit declines, shifting focus to Southeast Asia
According to the latest earnings report, seven of eight Japan-based major electronic components suppliers reported declining profits in their April-September results due to weak demand...
Monday 16 October 2023
Weekly news roundup: US's tentative restrictions on RISC-V will harm itself the most and other top stories
These are the most-read articles on the DIGITIMES Asia website during the week of October 9-13:
Friday 13 October 2023
US's tentative restrictions on RISC-V will harm itself the most, instead of China
Bipartisan efforts in the US Congress are trying to push the Biden Administration to take action in restricting US individuals or companies from exporting RISC-V technologies to China...
Monday 2 October 2023
SDC set to supply most panels for i15 Pro Max; folded zoom module sees yield rate improvement
Within Apple's iPhone 15 series, the flagship model iPhone 15 Pro Max has the largest planned production volume. Thus, its supply chain is receiving attention. It's expected that,...
Wednesday 27 September 2023
The economies expected to benefit most from AI
Artificial intelligence will boost economic growth in the US and other advanced economies more than in China and emerging economies, and will add to global competition between Washington...
Friday 8 September 2023
Musk said that the most profitable mining platform in the past three years is here
As more players enter the cryptocurrency space, mining becomes more complex and requires more computing power. As a result, many people who used to mine cryptocurrencies using their...
Friday 8 September 2023
Qualcomm may be most affected by Huawei-SMIC collaboration, says DIGITIMES Research
If Huawei can revive its handset business by rolling out more 5G and other handset-related chips with support from SMIC's 14nm and 7nm manufacturing capability, Qualcomm and MediaTek...
Tuesday 5 September 2023
Taiwan exports to India grow in 1H23, bucking declines in sales to most NSP states
Taiwan's exports to India increased 12.4% on year in the first half of 2023 on the relocation of electronics component supply chain there, bucking the declines in shipments to most...
Monday 28 August 2023
Weekly news roundup: Japan's most likely export control to China and other top stories
These are the most-read news stories in the week of August 21-25, 2023 on DIGITIMES Asia website:
Summary of Tech Supply Chain News!
Global semiconductor revenue to top US$600 billion in 2024, says DIGITIMES Research
China's homegrown NearLink wireless tech to challenge Wi-Fi dominance, says DIGITIMES Research
China's smartphone shipments threaten 20% slide in 1Q24 says DIGITIMES Research