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Wednesday 13 April 2022
Lead times for automotive and industrial MCUs from IDMs still long
Delivery lead times for automotive and industrial MCUs from international IDMs are still long reaching at least 30 weeks or even more than one year, while Taiwan makers are gearing...
Tuesday 8 March 2022
Taiwan MCU suppliers see customers start stockpiling
Taiwan-based MCU suppliers have seen their customers start stockpiling amid unstable international conditions, with clear order visibility extended to the end of the second quarter,...
Friday 4 March 2022
6-inch fabs fully loaded for SGT MOSFETs, automotive diodes till 2Q22
Taiwan's 6-inch wafer foundry specialists including Mosel Vitelic, Nuvoton Technology and Epsil Technologies are expected to maintain full capacity utilization throughout at least...
Thursday 24 February 2022
Taiwan chipmakers see their role in global EV supply chain grow
The role of Taiwan's IC industry is growing amid the persistent shortage of automotive chips.
Tuesday 15 February 2022
MCU specialist Nuvoton set to embrace strong 2022
Nuvoton Technology remains optimistic that its shipments of 32-bit MCUs, server baseboard management controllers (BMCs), automotive battery management ICs (BMICs), and power management...
Thursday 10 February 2022
Taiwan memory chipmakers to enjoy strong 1Q22
With their January revenues all registering on-year increases greater than 20%, Taiwan's memory chipmakers Nanya Technology, Macronix International, and Winbond Electronics are poised...
Wednesday 9 February 2022
Taiwan firms put increased focus on high-ASP MCUs
Taiwan-based microcontroller companies including Nuvoton Technology and Weltrend Semiconductor intend to put increased focus on high-ASP (average selling price) products while reducing...
Monday 17 January 2022
Taiwan MCU makers to ramp up shipments for non-consumer segments in 2Q22
Taiwan-based MCU vendors, including Nuvoton Technology, Megawin Technology, Holtek Semiconductor, and Nyquest Technology, are poised to see their shipments for industrial applications...
Tuesday 21 December 2021
MCU firm Nyquest strikes 4-year deal for sufficient foundry capacity
MCU specialist Nyquest Technology has struck an agreement with Nuvoton Technology for sufficient foundry capacity over the next four years, according to the fabless chipmaker.
Wednesday 8 December 2021
Taiwan MCU makers poised to score revenue gains in 1Q22
Taiwan-based MCU makers are expected to see their revenues grow on year in the first quarter of 2022 thanks to strong demand for gaming PC peripherals and industrial applications,...
Thursday 25 November 2021
Nuvoton intros battery monitoring ICs for next-gen vehicles
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology has expanded its product portfolio to include battery monitoring ICs for next-generation vehicles, and is set to enter volume production of such...
Tuesday 26 October 2021
Holtek says no plan to raise prices for MCUs
Holtek Semiconductor has no plans to raise its MCU and other consumer IC prices despite foundry costs continuing to rise, as Chinese peers are striving to win more orders for small...
Monday 25 October 2021
OSATs to see strong backend orders for car-use MCUs in 2022-2023
International IDMs are set to raise quotes for automotive MCUs in 2022, and their backend partners in Taiwan are all expected to sustain robust backend momentum through 2022-2023...
Tuesday 17 August 2021
Nuvoton to raise foundry quotes by 15%, report says
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology, which has merged with Panasonic Semiconductor Solutions (PSCS), has reportedly notified customers about a 15% price hike for its contract manufacturing...
Monday 16 August 2021
Sony to score big from vigorous PS5 sales in 2021
Demand for games consoles continues to gain momentum amid persistent stay-at-home activities, allowing Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) to score big from the sales of its next-generation...
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