Tuesday 25 July 2023
Liquid cooling solutions gain momentum from AI server demand
Liquid cooling solution suppliers are eyeing growing business opportunities from AI servers, which have been driving changes in component specs to support the dissipation of the huge...
Tuesday 6 June 2023
Nidec, Renesas team up for e-axle semiconductors
Nidec and Renesas Electronics have agreed to collaborate on the development of semiconductor solutions for a next-generation e-axle (X-in-1 system) that combines an electric vehicle...
Tuesday 21 February 2023
Nidec opens new plant, R&D center in Dalian, China
Japan's electrical vehicle drive system (e-Alxe) maker Nidec is slated to inaugurate its second plant and new R&D center in China's northeastern city Dalian, aiming to strengthen...
Tuesday 21 June 2022
Easing chip shortages to boost PS5 console shipments
The easing of chip and component shortages will boost shipments of Sony's PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming consoles in the second half of 2022 and 2023, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 30 November 2021
Heat dissipation vendors cautiously optimistic about 2022 as Samsung reintroduces vapor chambers to new phones
Samsung Electronics reportedly is looking to once again use vapor chambers (VCs) in its new mobile phone models slated for launch in 2022. While it may not all be smooth sailing,...
Friday 23 July 2021
Foxconn, Nidec to set up JV for EV-use motor systems
Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai), Foxtron Vehicle Technologies and Japan-based motor maker Nidec are in talks for establishing a Taiwan-based joint venture to develop, produce and market...
Tuesday 2 October 2018
Nidec to invest in cooling module firm CCI
Cooling module maker Chaun-Choung Technology (CCI) has disclosed that Japan-based Nidec is planning to acquire up to a 48% stake in the company through a tender offer at NT$108 (US$3.50)...
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