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Thursday 9 February 2023
High-end electronics measurement equipment increasingly paired with software services, says Keysight
The clear development trend for advanced technologies has changed the business model of traditional instrumentation equipment vendors, driving them to adopt an integrated strategy...
Thursday 19 January 2023
China semiconductor players join FD-SOI process bandwagon
A number of China semiconductor firms are keen to invest in a Chinese startup foundry that is dedicated to developing FD-SOI (fully depleted silicon on insulator) process technology,...
Wednesday 18 January 2023
Former UMC chairman & CEO Jackson Hu: Taiwan cannot afford to miss out quantum era
Although 90% of the world's advanced semiconductor chips are manufactured in Taiwan, Taiwan's lag in quantum technology may cause it to miss out on important opportunities in the...
Monday 19 December 2022
New Japan chipmaker Rapidus faces challenges to mass produce 2nm chips by 2027
Japan's newly founded advanced chips manufacturing company Rapidus aims to develop 2nm chips mass production technology through cooperation with mainly the US and foray into the foundry...
Thursday 8 December 2022
AI, quantum computing see rising demand, says DIGITIMES Research
With silicon-based computing gradually constrained by the bottleneck of Moore's Law, many IT companies have started turning their development focuses to AI computing which requires...
Friday 2 December 2022
Patent deployments crucial for commercializing quantum technologies
Quantum technology is one of the most critical domains in the post-Moore's Law era, driving many countries to inject substantial resources into related R&D projects, and those...
Friday 18 November 2022
Porsche invests in quantum computing as auto industry sees diverse application potentials
Canada-based startup Xanadu has raised US$100 million in Series C to build a fault-tolerant photonic quantum computer capable of reaching a million qubits, backed by Canada's largest...
Thursday 10 November 2022
IBM unveils 433 qubit quantum processor and next-gen IBM Quantum System Two
At the IBM Quantum Summit 2022 held on Nov 9, IBM announced new breakthrough advancements in quantum hardware and software, including the new 433 qubit "Osprey" processor, while outlining...
Friday 21 October 2022
US eyes expanding China tech ban to quantum computing and AI
The Biden administration is exploring the possibility of new export controls that would limit China's access to some of the most powerful emerging computing technologies, according...
Thursday 20 October 2022
Foxconn showcases research results in future vehicles, highlighted by information security and V2X
The Hon Hai Research Institute (HHRI)'s goal is to do foresight research 3 to 7 years ahead that comply with the group's 3+3 strategy. They will announce their progress at the NExT...
Monday 17 October 2022
US trade ban to bring short-term throes for China IC supply chains, says Macronix president
The latest US semiconductor tech restrictions against China will bring short-term throes to individual companies and industries, but the overall global semiconductor demand is believed...
Thursday 13 October 2022
China to face heavy blow from US new trade ban, with global IC players to suffer also
The latest tough and expanded US restrictions on shipments to China of advanced chips manufacturing equipment, supercomputer chips and high-end AI and HPC chips will not only drastically...
Friday 22 April 2022
Academia Sinica seeking researchers in Taiwan to conduct advanced quantum study
Taiwan's Academia Sinica launched a project earlier this month to seek local scholars and researchers to conduct R&D on key breakthrough technologies and will fund their research...
Wednesday 20 April 2022
Taiwan to invest more in quantum technology development
The Taiwanese government is planning to invest a total of NT$8 billion over five years to drive quantum technology development.
Friday 26 November 2021
US puts China quantum computing companies on trade blacklist
The US Department of Commerce has imposed trade sanctions on a total of 27 foreign companies with 12 of them based in China, 13 in Pakistan, one in Japan and one in Singapore. These...
Mar 16, 09:22
NeoGene unlocks direct-to-silicon liquid cooling technology by novel IC package approach
Thursday 9 March 2023
Fibocom collaborates with MediaTek to pioneer FWA market with fast-to-deploy 5G solution based on FG370 module at MWC 2023
Tuesday 7 March 2023
Fibocom to launch leading-edge 5G Sub-6GHz and mmWave module Fx190/Fx180 series based on Snapdragon X75 and X72 5G modem-RF system at MWC 2023
Tuesday 14 February 2023
Wishing-Soft expands into global market through ESH competencies
IC Design White Paper (4): China has become the largest source of chip design talents
TSMC sees Nvidia step up pace of orders
US to restrict TSMC, Samsung's investment in China; China reportedly to fend off by picking national chip champions
Taiwan foundries see surge in orders transferred from China
China unveils indigenous chiplet interface to reach self-reliance amid US containment
India's Vedanta to make 28-65nm semiconductor chips for local demand
Taiwan OSATs quietly ramp up support for Chinese customers
Who's in control of SMIC technology advances?
TSMC 7nm process capacity utilization falling rapidly
More ban on semiconductor equipment to China accelerating tech decoupling
China vendors see smartphone shipments down on year in 4Q22 and 1Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
IC design may serve as key for Malaysia to further enhance local semiconductor competitiveness, says DIGITIMES Research
Taiwan wafer foundry experiences first sequential revenue decline since start of COVID-19 in 4Q22, says DIGITIMES Research
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