Wednesday 7 February 2024
PixArt upbeat about demand for PC and gaming mice
IC design house PixArt Imaging (PXI), which supplies CMOS image sensors (CIS) and other sensor chips, anticipates consistent growth in sales from orders for PC and gaming mice in...
Thursday 28 December 2023
Automotive CIS inventory replenishments picking up
Market sources indicated that inventory replenishments for automotive CMOS image sensors (CIS) have been accelerating, with demand prospects bullish for 2024.
Friday 18 August 2023
CIS firm PixArt expects slight revenue growth in 3Q23
PixArt Imaging, a CMOS image sensor specialist, anticipates a modest revenue increase in the third quarter compared to the second. Gross margin and operating margin will also outperform...
Friday 12 May 2023
CIS firm PixArt enjoys ramp-up in short lead-time orders
PixArt Imaging has enjoyed a ramp-up in short lead-time orders which will continue buoying its sales performance in the second quarter, according to the CMOS image sensor developer...
Monday 17 April 2023
IC design houses post impressive revenue results for 1Q23
Taiwan's IC design houses managed to end the first quarter of 2023 with impressive revenue performances, bolstered by larger-than-expected replenishment orders and shipments, but...
Monday 13 March 2023
CIS supplier PixArt likely to post sales growth in 1Q23, says report
IC design house PixArt Imaging is expected to see its first-quarter revenue register a sequential increase, following two consecutive quarters of sequential declines, according to...
Wednesday 15 February 2023
PixArt sees continued inventory adjustments
PixArt Imaging continues to see inventory adjustments across the IC industry supply chains, which may persist throughout the first half of 2023, according to the fabless chipmaker...
Wednesday 21 December 2022
Taiwan CIS suppliers brace for weak 1H23
Taiwan-based CMOS image sensor suppliers PixArt Imaging and Silicon Optronics expect sales to remain flat in the first half of 2023 before bracing for a significant pick-up in the...
Wednesday 10 August 2022
PixArt Imaging pessimistic about 3Q22
CMOS image sensor IC design house PixArt Imaging holds pessimistic outlook on its third-quarter 2022 business and expects shipments and gross margin for the quarter to decline sequ...
Friday 8 July 2022
IC designers see deployments in automotive applications paying off
Taiwan's IC designers have seen their deployments in automotive applications gradually paying off, but revenues generated from the segment can still hardly offset the ongoing declines...
Friday 13 May 2022
Sensor vendor PixArt expects sales growth in 2Q22
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging expects to post a 10-15% sequential revenue growth in the second quarter, after seeing its sales slip 15.2% sequentially in the first quarter...
Thursday 7 April 2022
Automotive CIS emerging as new blue-ocean market for supply chain
It seems that CMOS image sensor (CIS) demand momentum for mainstream handset applications has become stagnant amid unclear market prospects, but the automotive CIS segment is emerging...
Wednesday 16 February 2022
Sensor vendor PixArt sees sales pick up starting March
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging expects its revenues to start picking up in March, as inventory adjustments at customers are about to come to an end, according to industry...
Friday 21 January 2022
OmniVision enhances CIS in car, security applications
China's IC design industry has grown rapidly over the past two decades, and has gained a significant position in some segments such as CMOS image sensor (CIS) chips. Its leading CIS...
Tuesday 9 November 2021
Sensor vendor PixArt sees sales drop for 4Q21, guardedly optimistic about 2022
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging expects to post sequential revenue decreases through December due mainly to uneven inventories across different chip types and tight foundry...
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