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Tuesday 29 March 2022
Industry watch: Unicorn raising is affordable only in China and US
DIGITIMES has long tracked the changes and moves of global unicorn enterprises. We've come to realize that it is difficult for small and medium-sized countries with limited market...
Wednesday 23 February 2022
Industry watch: Semiconductor industry turning point beyond 2025
TSMC dominates the global market with 90% share in 7nm and 5nm nodes. TSMC has taken initiatives that will allow it to own about 100 units of pricey EUV equipment by the end of 2022...
Tuesday 15 February 2022
Industry watch: Semiconductor opportunities and competition
Semiconductors are hitting a big time. The revenue of publicly listed semiconductor companies in Taiwan reached US$166.9 billion in 2021, with a remarkable growth rate of 33.1%. Nicky...
Thursday 10 February 2022
Industry watch: UAV applications
Many people are still unfamiliar with the NTN (non-terrestrial network), including myself. I recently learnt something from a briefing by an analyst from DIGITIMES Research about...
Monday 7 February 2022
Industry watch: CPU battle heating up
In the 1990s, Intel, the peerless CPU market leader, even produced motherboards, challenging Taiwan's motherboard makers. Was Intel really interested in making motherboards? Certainly...
Thursday 27 January 2022
Industry watch: ICT business opportunities and challenges in 2022
The supply chain of Asia's ICT industry has evolved from a PC-driven era to an era led by mobile communication over the past 30 years. The smartphone and notebook markets have driven...
Wednesday 26 January 2022
Industry watch: A miracle in IT and air transport sectors
As far as I know, only three of the world's major airlines - Taiwan's China Airlines, Eva Air and South Korea's Korean Air - are still in the black under the pandemic. We can understand...
Friday 21 January 2022
Industry watch: A new model of talent-driven industrial development
Former president of Industrial Technology Research Institute Chin-Tay Shih pointed out in a recent forum organized by Li Kwoh-ting Foundation that top US companies often use Research...
Wednesday 19 January 2022
Industry watch: Taiwan publicly listed ICT firms 2021 revenues total US$939.9 billion, up 18.2%
Many industry sectors have been hit hard by COVID, but electronics and peripheral service industries have been thriving. According to Taiwan Stock Exchange, there were 395 IT companies...
Tuesday 18 January 2022
Industry watch: The evolution of semiconductors in past 6 decades and future prospects
MediaTek chairman Ming-Kai Tsai pointed out in a recent forum held by Li Kwoh-Ting Foundation that we tended to chase for short-term benefits at the expense of the long-term deployment...
Monday 17 January 2022
Industry watch: What did Miin Wu and Tien Wu say?
Comments of business leaders in the ICT industry are important sources for news stories. DIGITIMES sees such news stories as enrichments to our database. DIGITIMES has keen interest...
Thursday 13 January 2022
Industry watch: More opportunities than challenges for Taiwan in semiconductor race
As one of Taiwan's major integrated device manufacturers (IDM), Macronix shoulders the responsibility of Taiwan's future role in the memory industry. Miin Wu, chairman of Macronix,...
Wednesday 5 January 2022
Industry watch: An extraordinary era
In a semiconductor industry forum that marked the 20th death anniversary of the late senior presidential advisor Li Kwoh-ting, many distinguished ICT leaders shared their insights...
Tuesday 4 January 2022
Industry watch: The role of Taiwan makers in regionalized production
During the inception of EV development, Taiwan makers have made substantial gains in the upstream field like in-car computer and cockpit panels. Battery material firms also have gained...
Wednesday 29 December 2021
Industry watch: Affordability and charging facilities key to EV industry
With EVs gradually becoming the mainstream, a budget-friendly incentive is certainly crucial. The price of EVs is still much higher than that of traditional vehicles in Europe and...