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Thursday 1 June 2023
Micron intros new PCIe Gen5 SSD and DRAM offerings for high-throughput apps
Micron Technology has introduced the Crucial Pro series, which consists of memory and storage products designed for gamers, content creators, workstation professionals, and anyone...
Thursday 11 May 2023
DFI to pursue gross margin, profit growth in 2023
Taiwan-based industrial motherboard and computing device maker DFI will strive to increase its gross margin and profits this year.
Monday 8 May 2023
MSI becomes first Taiwanese supplier to bounce back with upward revisions of motherboard and notebook shipments
Taiwan-based MSI becomes one of the first Taiwanese suppliers to bounce back from the post-pandemic downturn, having revised its annual shipment estimations for notebooks and motherboards...
Tuesday 18 April 2023
Taiwan PC manufacturing industry value hits new high since 2003
The output value of Taiwan's computer manufacturing industry reached NT$321.5 billion (US$10.53 billion) in 2022, a new high since 2003, according to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic...
Friday 7 April 2023
MSI confirms being cyberattacked; urges product users not to acquire firmware updates from unofficial sources
Responding to its recent cybersecurity breach incident, Taiwan-based motherboard and gaming notebook brand Micro-Star International (MSI) announced that it suffered a cyberattack...
Thursday 16 March 2023
Asustek to remain unprofitable in 1H23
Asustek Computer has warned that it may remain unprofitable in the first half of 2023, while Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI) both expect sales to pick up quarter...
Tuesday 14 March 2023
DFI optimistic about market prospects for 2023
Taiwan-based industrial motherboard and computing device maker DFI is optimistic about its market outlook for the year, predicting that revenue will increase quarter by quarter.
Monday 20 February 2023
IC designers see clients advance replenishment orders, benefitting foundries
Many major fabless chipmakers including Novatek Microelectronics, Realtek Semiconductor, Aspeed Technology and Nvidia have seen earlier than expected orders from clients, which, in...
Friday 10 February 2023
Taiwan motherboard brands see drastic decline in combined shipments in 2022
Combined shipments of Taiwan's four major motherboard brands – Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology, Micro-Star International (MSI), and ASRock – are expected to have...
Wednesday 11 January 2023
Pegatron uncertain about 2023 outlook
Pegatron remains uncertain about its business outlook for the first quarter and the entirety of 2023 due to persistent macro headwinds.
Tuesday 10 January 2023
Asustek sees inventory correction near end
Asustek Computer may post disappointing profit results for the fourth quarter of 2022, due to falling unit sales and average selling prices. But the PC, motherboard, and graphics...
Friday 23 December 2022
Motherboard, graphics card makers expect sales unlikely to pick up until 2H23
Taiwan-based motherboard and graphics card makers expect sales to fall as much as 50% sequentially in the first quarter of 2023, with growth unlikely to resume until the second half...
Thursday 17 November 2022
Mobo and graphics card makers to see unit sales, ASPs fall rapidly in 2022
Motherboard and graphics card makers will see their unit sales and ASPs fall rapidly in 2022, and are conservative about their business prospects next year, according to industry...
Friday 11 November 2022
Asustek cuts substantially mobo and other component inventories
Asustek Computer has scaled down substantially its motherboard and other component inventories, which will return to their appropriate levels at the end of this year, according to...
Friday 4 November 2022
Gigabyte sees orders for servers, motherboards, graphics cards remain stable
Gigabyte Technology expects its server orders to stay robust with revenues in the fourth quarter outperforming those in the third. Graphics card and motherboard sales will also remain...
Wednesday 15 August 2018
Aaeon, a developer of embedded computers, has launched the EPIC-KBS9, a 4-inch SBC built to accommodate 65W Intel Core i socket-type processors. The board is ideal for data encryption, video streaming, and advanced machine vision applications, the vendor said. The EPIC-KBS9 comes with two SODIMM sockets, enabling a 32G dual-channel memory platform, and thanks to its PCIe [x4] slot, the board also supports NVMe SSDs for faster boot times and response rates. As a solution for LAN applications, the EPIC-KBS9 is fitted with four GbE LAN ports. It also features two USB3.0 ports, two USB2.0 internal connectors, an HDMI port, and two COM connectors. The motherboard can be expanded through its PCIe [x4] slot and an additional full mSATA/Mini-PCIe slot.
Friday 3 March 2017
AMD Ryzen processor
AMD has released the first three models of its next-generation high-performance AMD Ryzen desktop processor. Ryzen is the first processor based on the entirely new AMD Zen core microarchitecture, bringing multi-core performance for PC gamers, creators, and hardware enthusiasts. Starting today there are three 8-core Ryzen 7 models available. Beginning in the second quarter of 2017, AMD expects to launch 6- and 4-core Ryzen 5 processors followed later this year by Ryzen 3, which is designed to bring more performance to mainstream applications. All Ryzen processors support the new AM4 infrastructure, with motherboard designs becoming available from major players. Alongside Ryzen 7 processors, AMD also announced the product specifications for two Ryzen 5 processors, and demonstrated the flagship Ryzen 5 1600X outmatching Intel's flagship Core i5 7600K by more than 60% in multi-threaded CPU testing.
Tuesday 8 October 2013
Intel Galileo board
Intel has announced a collaboration agreement with Arduino, an open-source hardware platform in the maker and education community. Intel also unveiled the Galileo board, the first product in a new family of Arduino-compatible development boards featuring Intel architecture. The development board runs an open source Linux operating system with the Arduino software libraries, enabling scalability and re-use of existing software, called sketches. Intel Galileo can be programmed through Mac OS, Microsoft Windows and Linux host operating software. The board is also designed to be hardware and software compatible with the Arduino shield ecosystem. Intel Galileo features the Intel Quark SoC X1000, the first product from the Intel Quark technology family of low-power, small-core products.
Jun 2, 09:06
STMicroelectronics introduces automotive inertial module with certified ASIL B software library for a broad range of automotive applications
Friday 2 June 2023
First AI-enhanced smart accelerometers from STMicroelectronics raise performance and efficiency for always-aware applications
Thursday 1 June 2023
STMicroelectronics makes lithium batteries perform better and last longer with high-accuracy BMS controller
Thursday 1 June 2023
Computex 2023 opens with the world's best igniting the AI craze
Developing advanced processes at SMIC could become an unrealized dream of co-CEO Liang Mong Song?
Nvidia rush orders lifting TSMC 5nm fab utilization
Taiwan hits snags in cultivating high-level semiconductor talent
Taiwan keeps Chinese students from participating in semiconductor research for information security
Nvidia open to partnership with Intel, says CEO
India's Vedanta to make 28-65nm semiconductor chips for local demand
Taiwan OSATs quietly ramp up support for Chinese customers
Who's in control of SMIC technology advances?
TSMC 7nm process capacity utilization falling rapidly
More ban on semiconductor equipment to China accelerating tech decoupling
China vendors see smartphone shipments down on year in 4Q22 and 1Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Smartphone shipments to China slip over 10% sequentially in 1Q23, but to stay flat in 2Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Global foundry revenue to drop 9% in 2023, says DIGITIMES Research
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