Wednesday 17 May 2023
Taiwan MCU suppliers brace for price war triggered by Chinese peers
Due to the low demand for consumer electronics, price competition among China-based MCU suppliers is becoming increasingly fierce, according to industry sources in Taiwan. Taiwan-based...
Tuesday 9 May 2023
Nuvoton warns of limited long-term order visibility
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology has warned of limited long-term order visibility, claiming the market recovery is not proceeding as fast as expected and the industry's inventory...
Thursday 6 April 2023
MCU makers eye order recovery in 2Q23
Demand for MCU, after hitting the bottom in the first quarter, is expected to start picking up in the second quarter with China's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to...
Thursday 30 March 2023
Holtek, Nuvoton to deepen global deployments
Consumer MCU specialists Holtek Semiconductor and Nuvoton Technology are both looking to expand their deployments in non-Chinese markets, while anticipating overall market demand...
Wednesday 8 March 2023
ChatGPT to drive AI CPU upgrades for PCs
As ChatGPT embraces the speech-to-text capability and incorporates Whisper APIs, the semiconductor supply chain and terminal electronics devices associated with speech recognition...
Tuesday 21 February 2023
Taiwan MCU makers divided over sales strategies for post-pandemic China
Taiwan's MCU suppliers are recalibrating sales strategies in the Chinese market, which is set to rebound in 2023 following three years of COVID-induced weak consumer demand, according...
Tuesday 21 February 2023
MCU firm Nuvoton puts focus on R&D, sales in non-China markets
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology will continue to focus on R&D while expanding sales in non-Chinese markets, according to the Taiwan-based company.
Wednesday 1 February 2023
MCU price war lingers in 1H23 as makers continue inventory depletion
A price war between Taiwanese and Chinese suppliers of MCUs for consumer applications will persist in the first half of 2023 as they remain under pressure to trim inventories amid...
Monday 7 November 2022
MCU demand remains stable for automotive applications
MCU demand for PC and other consumer electronics applications is expected to see a larger fall in the fourth quarter than in the third, and only 32-bit MCUs for automotive and industrial...
Monday 4 July 2022
Specific chip segments poised to embrace strong 3Q22
Despite chip demand for consumer electronics showing no signs of recovery, vendors of quite a few chip segments such as server ICs, automotive chips, high-speed transmission ICs,...
Thursday 16 June 2022
Nuvoton breaks into top-10 MCU vendor rankings
New ranking from IC Insights shows Taiwan-based Nuvoton Technology became the world's seventh-largest MCU supplier in 2021.
Tuesday 31 May 2022
Diode, MCU suppliers ramping up for high-speed transmission, HPC, automotive applications
Some Taiwan-based diode and MCU suppliers have extended their chip offerings for niche markets, such as middle- to high-end high-speed transmission, high-performance computing, and...
Thursday 19 May 2022
Six-inch fab capacity to stay full utilized through 3Q22
Six-inch IC foundries, such as Mosel Vitelic and Nuvoton Technology, continue to run their fabs at full capacity utilization despite a recent slowdown in orders for LCD driver chips...
Friday 6 May 2022
Non-consumer 32-bit MCU demand strengthening
Taiwan-based MCU suppliers have seen a gradual pick-up in 32-bit MCU demand for gaming applications since the second quarter, and are optimistic about the overall 32-bit demand for...
Thursday 14 April 2022
Taiwan firms eyeing bigger presence in industrial MCU market
With IDMs such as Infineon and STMicroelectronics experiencing prolonged delivery lead times for industrial MCUs, Taiwan-based MCU suppliers are looking to fill the growing supply...
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