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May 26, 22:57
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China security surveillance market boom buoys SmartSens
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Thursday 5 May 2022
Keysight sees promising demand for 5G mmWave, quantum, AI/ML
US-based Keysight Technologies has offered precision measurement tools for 5G mmWave and satellite device applications, while being engaged in the development for next-generation...
Tuesday 29 March 2022
Eight Taiwan aerospace technology firms attend Satellite 2022
Eight Taiwan companies, with the coordination of Infinio Capital, participated in Satellite 2022 conference and exhibition hosted in Washington D.C. to connect with space-tech industry...
Monday 28 March 2022
Golden decade looming for LEO satellite supply chain players
LEO (low Earth orbit) satellite communications will likely enter its first year of commercialization in 2022 and embrace a golden decade of development in the near future, prompting...
Wednesday 23 March 2022
Tron Future secures LEO satellite and V2X opportunites
Low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communication is considered essential for building vehicle-to-everything (V2X) network. Taiwan-based Tron Future Tech is a precursor in the area with...
Monday 14 March 2022
GaN-on-SiC targets base stations in growing LEO satellite market
Amid the ongoing Russian-Ukraine war, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk responded to a public request from a Ukrainian politician to provide Starlink satellite internet services to Ukraine. Ukraine...
Friday 28 January 2022
UMT optimistic about demand for LEO satellites
High-frequency microwave device maker Universal Microwave Technology (UMT) has expressed optimism about demand for low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites, which is expected to drive its...
Monday 24 January 2022
UnaBiz, Kineis connect satellites, IoT for logistics and transportation
Headquartered in Singapore, UnaBiz is a multi-tech IoT service provider that has delivered over 1.4 million sensors in 28 countries worldwide. The 5-year-old scale-up has recently...
Friday 21 January 2022
Compeq foresees intense high-end HDI PCB demand
Taiwan-based Compeq Manufacturing has expressed optimism about high-end HDI PCB demand in 2022, and expects its shipments for low-orbit satellites to double and to contribute 6-8%...
Monday 29 November 2021
LemTech expects cooling solutions for emerging applications to boost sales
Since emerging applications such as EVs, the metaverse and low-Earth-orbit (LEO) satellites are expected boost demand for cooling, LemTech, which specializes in heat dissipation solutions,...
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Wonderful Hi-Tech expects rising sales from LEO satellite equipment
Cable maker Wonderful Hi-Tech has become a supplier of transmission cables used in ground receivers for low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites thanks to its experience in making directly...
Wednesday 1 September 2021
Taiwan could play main role in SpaceX LEO satellites, says Eric Lin, Infinio Capital managing partner
Innovative new business models by SpaceX and Blue Origin have reduced the costs of space tourism and satellite launches, creating a gradual paradigm shift in the new space industry...
Monday 23 August 2021
Taiwan suppliers bracing for new business opportunities from SpaceX
There is still quite some distance to commercialization of satellite communications, but Taiwan makers in the supply chain of Starlink, an Internet satellite project by SpaceX, are...
Wednesday 21 July 2021
Compeq keenly exploring PCB for non-CE applications
Taiwan's PCB maker Compeq Manufacturing is guardedly optimistic about its shipment prospects for the second half of the year, and will continue to diversify its target markets to...
Monday 7 June 2021
Taiwan eyes LEO satellite business opportunity
With parts of government budgets and resources for space development to be given to companies in Taiwan's ICT industry after the passing of Space Development Law, development of low-Earth-orbit...
Friday 18 December 2020
CHT revving up for international communication business
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) has shifted the focus of its international communication business to information security, hybrid cloud, AIoT, big data and CDN (content delivery network) applications,...
Tuesday 18 October 2016
Samsung 14nm chips for wearables
Samsung Electronics has announced mass production of the Exynos 7 Dual 727 mobile application processor (AP) designed specifically for wearable devices with 14nm FinFET process technology. Powered by two Cortex-A53 cores, the Exynos 7270 makes full use of the 14nm process, delivering 20% improvement in power efficiency when compared to its predecessor built on 28nm, and thus notably extending the battery life, Samsung said. By integrating Cat.4 LTE 2CA modem, the new AP allows wearables to connect to a cellular service as a stand-alone device. Tethering and data transfer between devices is also possible with its embedded WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, integrated connectivity capabilities support FM radio, and location-based services with GNSS (global navigation satellite system) solutions.
Thursday 8 September 2016
Apple Watch Series 2 smartwatches
Apple has introduced the Apple Watch Series 2, with fitness and health capabilities including a water resistance 50 meter rating for swimming, and built-in GPS so users can now run without an iPhone. The Apple Watch Series 2 features a dual-core processor. Combined with the performance enhancements of watchOS 3, the Apple Watch Series 2 makes it easier to access third-party apps, receive and respond to notifications and use Apple Pay. The Apple Watch Series 2 will be available in more than 25 countries beginning September 16. The Apple Watch Series 2 is rated water resistant 50 meters for swimming, surfing or just playing in the pool. Apple Watch Series 2 can count laps, track average lap pace and auto-detect stroke type to accurately measure active calorie burn. With built-in GPS, the Apple Watch Series 2 records distance, pace and speed for outdoor workouts such as walking, running or cycling, without needing to take an iPhone. Users can begin an outdoor workout immediately as the Apple Watch Series 2 uses Wi-Fi, GPS and locally stored satellite data to quickly identify their location. On completion of an outdoor workout, view a route map that shows variations in speed in the Activity app on iPhone. Whether running, going for a swim or walking between meetings, the Activity app on the Apple Watch Series 2 counts all daily activity towards the Stand, Move and Exercise rings.
May 27, 10:24
Empower manufacturing with AI: Into new era of smart manufacturing with collective wisdom
Tuesday 24 May 2022
MSI unveils new lineup at Computex 2022 Online
Thursday 19 May 2022
STAr Technologies unveils one-touch memory test probe card
Thursday 19 May 2022
Computex Focus: DataVan to showcase new retail solutions for new normal
Renesas to reopen Kofu factory as 300mm wafer fab dedicated for power semiconductors
IC design houses bracing for cutback in orders from China handset brands
TSMC to move CoWoS-L technology to commercial production in 2 years
Intel makes key investments to advance datacenter sustainability
Concerns rising over potential foundry overcapacity in 2024
Apple car team reportedly in talks with Korean and Japanese suppliers
AMD, MediaTek reportedly in talks to form JV
TSMC to raise quotes for advanced, mature process technologies by 10-20%
BYD Semiconductor takes major stake in Energen
Is GF a good buy for Intel?
EV penetration to rise to 30% in 2025, says DIGITIMES Research
Non-foundry IC segments gaining weight in HPC era, says DIGITIMES Research
DIGITIMES Research worldwide notebook shipment update – February 2022
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