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Thursday 23 November 2023
Innolux utilizes legacy production lines for MEMS-on-glass
Display panel manufacturer Innolux has introduced MEMS-on-glass technology to its older generation production lines, according to the company.
Monday 3 January 2011
Qualcomm gets approval to build Mirasol plant in Taiwan
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has announced that Qualcomm will construct a production plant for small- to medium-size Mirasol displays at the Longtan site of the Hsinchu...
Friday 20 August 2010
Qualcomm to invest US$2 billion to set up Mirasol display plant in Taiwan, say sources
Qualcomm MEMS Technologies plans to invest a total of US$2 billion to set up a 4.5G production plant for Mirasol displays at the Longtan site of Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP),...
Friday 9 April 2010
Qualcomm launches 5.7-inch Mirasol color display
Qualcomm MEMS Technologies has launched a 5.7-inch XGA color Mirasol display, and expects the product to start volume production in 2010 at the 4.5G production plant in Longtan,...
Tuesday 16 June 2009
Foxlink looks for panel partner for second mirasol plant
Taiwan-based Foxlink plan to look for cooperation from panel makers to build a second mirasol plant in 2009 to fulfill the demand from both vendors and system makers, according to...
Friday 5 June 2009
Qualcomm MEMS Technologies and Foxlink commence operations at Taiwan mirasol display fab
Qualcomm MEMS Technologies (QMT), a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm, has announced that a dedicated mirasol display fab in the Longtan Science Park in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan...
Monday 23 June 2008
Foxlink to ship 7-8 million camera modules in 2008
Foxlink (Chen Uei Precision Industry) expects its shipments of PC webcam and handset camera modules to top 7-8 million units in 2008, according to company chairman Gou Tai-chiang.
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