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Tuesday 10 March 2020
CIS backend firm Tong Hsing sees January-February revenues rise nearly 20%
Taiwan-based Tong Hsing Electronic Industries, dedicated to backend services for CMOS image sensors (CIS), saw its revenues rise 19.22% on year to NT$1.272 billion (US$ 42.34 million)...
Friday 7 February 2020
CIS, VCSEL makers see robust demand for ToF phone cameras in 2H20
Taiwan-based makers of CMOS image sensor (CIS) and VCSEL components are optimistic that multi-lens camera modules incorporating ToF (time of flight) sensing technology will be mass-adopted...
Tuesday 4 February 2020
Sensor firm PixArt optimistic about 2020
Image sensor specialist PixArt Imaging is wary of the coronavirus impact on demand in China in the short term, but remains optimistic about the overall demand outlook this year.
Tuesday 5 November 2019
Chip demand for TWS devices to surge sharply in 2020
Global shipments of TWS (true wireless stereo) earphones are expected to surge sharply to 150-200 million sets in 2020 from around 100 million sets estimated for 2019, providing strong...
Friday 10 May 2019
Pixart 2Q19 revenues to rise on robust Bluetooth audio chip shipments
Fabless IC firm Pixart Imaging expects to see its second-quarter revenues increase substantially, driven by robust shipments of its Bluetooth audio chips, according to industry sou...
Wednesday 27 June 2018
Taiwan partners to gain from Nintendo Switch shipment boom
Japan gaming consoles provider Nintendo is aggressively bracing for the upcoming robust shipments of its star product Switch series gaming machines with the rollout of heavyweight...
Friday 25 May 2018
Unmanned stores rising as new niche sector for Taiwan IC designers
Unmanned stores are experiencing a burgeoning development worldwide, with globally leading e-commerce players or retail chains including Amazon, Walmart, Alibba, and JD.com all jumping...
Friday 13 April 2018
Taiwan IC designers expanding presence in car electronics sector
Zeroing in on automotive electronics as a new "blue ocean" market, Taiwan's IC design houses are expected to tap deeper into the sector in 2018 by enhancing innovative functions of...
Wednesday 20 December 2017
Taiwan IC designers stand to benefit from booming gaming market
With market demand for gaming consoles and notebooks to stay robust for a long while along with the growing popularity of e-sports fueled by increasing international competitions,...
Tuesday 12 September 2017
Asix, Pixart to post double-digit revenue growths in 3Q17
Network IC design house Asix Electronics and CMOS image sensor supplier Pixart Imaging are expected to post double-digit sequential growths in third-quarter revenues, according to...
Tuesday 29 August 2017
Commentary: Innovation is key to survival for Taiwan IC designers
Due to lackluster business performances recorded by most Taiwan IC design houses in the first half of 2017, the overall production value of Taiwan's IC design industry will see only...
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Pixart posts NT$1.20 EPS for 2016
IC design company Pixart Imaging's EPS for 2016 fell to NT$1.20 (US$0.04), the lowest level since its listing on Taiwan's OTC market in May 2006. Revenues for the year came to NT$398...
Tuesday 30 August 2016
Demand set to boom for iris- and face-recognition chips for smartphones
Demand for iris- and face- recognition chips for smartphones is expected to surge encouraging more China- and Taiwan-based fabless firms to step into the field, according to industry...
Wednesday 3 February 2016
Pixart Imaging 1Q16 revenues to drop 5-10%
IC design house Pixart Imaging is likely to post a revenue decrease of 5-10% sequentially in the first quarter of 2016, as a result of seasonal factors, market watchers estimate based...
Wednesday 13 January 2016
Pixart Imaging to buy back shares
IC design house Pixart Imaging has unveiled plans to buy back up to two million of its own shares from January 12 to March 11 at prices between NT$50 (US$1.50) and NT$117. The repurchased...