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Wednesday 18 January 2023
SPIL starts operating new plant in central Taiwan
OSAT firm Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL), wholly owned by ASE Technology Holding (ASEH), has kicked off operations at its new plant in Changhua, central Taiwan.
Friday 13 January 2023
ASE Technology posts record 2022 revenue
ASE Technology Holding (ASEH) has reported consolidated revenue growing 17.7% on year to a record high of NT$670.95 billion (US$22.1 billion) in 2022. Consolidated sales for December...
Tuesday 10 January 2023
PTI posts about flat revenue growth in 2022
Memory and logic IC backend specialist Powertech Technology (PTI) Group has reported revenue still edged up 0.16% on year to NT$83.93 billion (US$2.75 billion) in 2022, despite lackluster...
Wednesday 4 January 2023
Huawei gets rid of crisis mode after years of US sanctions, says rotating chair
Huawei's top management recently said the company in 2022 already successfully pulled itself out of crisis mode after weathering years of trade sanctions from the US, sparking market...
Tuesday 3 January 2023
IC manufacturing capacity utilization fall in 1H23 to accelerate inventory digestion
Taiwan's semiconductor manufacturers including top foundry TSMC and OSAT ASE Technology are expected to see their capacity utilization fall steeply in the first or even the second...
Tuesday 3 January 2023
AMD reportedly to set up logistics center in Taiwan
AMD reportedly will follow in the footsteps of Nvidia and move its logistics center from Hong Kong to Taiwan.
Friday 30 December 2022
IC test interface solution providers expect 3nm demand to boom in 2024-2025
Suppliers of probe cards, test sockets, and other IC test interface solutions are gearing up for a boom in 3nm chip demand in 2024 and 2025.
Friday 23 December 2022
OSATs cautious about demand prospects after Lunar New Year
Taiwan-based OSATs have expressed caution about demand prospects even after the Lunar New Year holiday in 2023, according to industry sources.
Thursday 22 December 2022
ASE talks about SiP development trends
OSAT ASE Group recently shared its vision regarding development trends for system-in-package (SiP) technology.
Wednesday 21 December 2022
Government subsidies may allow China IC backend houses to cut prices
With China stepping up the subsidizing of its IC industry, China-based IC backend houses would be able to initiate effective price cuts to attract orders in 2023, according to industry...
Tuesday 13 December 2022
Taiwan OSATs quietly ramp up support for Chinese customers
Taiwan-based OSATs with manufacturing sites in China, such as King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) and ASE Group, have quietly ramped up their capacity supports for China-based clients including...
Thursday 8 December 2022
OSATs still uncertain about constructing facilities in US
Though TSMC is building advanced wafer fabs in the US, Taiwanese OSAT companies still have concerns about constructing facilities there to provide cutting-edge packaging services...
Friday 25 November 2022
ASE Technology reportedly obtains orders for new Qualcomm CPUs
OSAT service provider ASE Technology Holding has reportedly secured orders for packaging and testing Oryon, a new CPU based on Nuvia-developed architect, from Qualcomm, according...
Wednesday 23 November 2022
OSAT Lingsen expects sales to pick up in 3Q23
Lingsen Precision Industries, which specializes in power management ICs, sensor, and memory module backend services, expects to see its sales hit bottom in second-quarter 2023 before...
Wednesday 9 November 2022
OSATs cautious in dealing with LTA violations by fabless clients
Taiwan's OSATs are increasingly cautious about whether or how to collect punitive payments from IC design houses violating capacity utilization agreements, as jointly tiding over...
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DIGITIMES Research Special Report Databases
Global smartphone shipments to perform weaker than expected in 2H22 and 2023, says DIGITIMES Research
Global sales of EV to surpass 14 million units, with 9 million in China, says DIGITIMES Research
Top Taiwanese server makers see higher growth in revenues than shipments in 2022, says DIGITIMES Research