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Tuesday 6 December 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (8): Taiwanese in Silicon Valley
There are many Taiwan-born CEOs and Taiwanese in key positions in Silicon Valley's major semiconductor majors. David Fedor, a Stanford University professor, suggested that the US...
Friday 2 December 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (7): Businesses have no faith in the government's energy policy
Larry Diamond, the co-moderator of a symposium that I took part in at Stanford University's Hoover Research Center, is known for his research on democracy in emerging countries. Once...
Thursday 1 December 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (6): Open-mindedness
At a symposium at Stanford University, a professor called "Philip" came over to greet me, and it seemed that he knew me. I politely exchanged business cards with him. And it turned...
Wednesday 30 November 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (5): Taiwan emergency to affect more than just Japan
When Shinzo Abe asserted that "A Taiwan emergency is a Japanese emergency," many Taiwanese were grateful and deeply touched. Actually I don't think South Korea would be unscathed,...
Tuesday 29 November 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (4): Boosting defense budget?
Most people don't think China will attack Taiwan in the next two years, but many believe the next 3-5 years during the third term of Chinese president Xi Jinping will be a high-risk...
Monday 28 November 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (3): Competitiveness is the best survival strategy
Issues that might be taken for granted in other countries may be matters of life and death in political discussions that don't allow any middle ground. Will 2024 see the last presidential...
Friday 25 November 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (2): Taiwan manages without a national security strategy
Controversies over its sovereignty have prevented Taiwan from having a clear national strategy. But who's at fault? Winston Churchill once said Britain's strategy for the past 400...
Thursday 24 November 2022
How Silicon Valley looks at the Taiwan miracle (1): Introduction
In 2022, the total sales of Taiwan's 800 listed companies will exceed US$1 trillion for the first time ever, with the semiconductor sector remaining the mainstay. Despite a possible...
Tuesday 30 August 2022
Three main vehicle EEAs still evolving
Vehicle electrical/electronic architectures (EEA) come in three main types - decentralized, domain, and zonal - and it remains to be seen which one of them will prevail eventually...
Friday 26 November 2021
Equipment maker ACM debuts on China STAR market
ACM Research, a supplier of wafer cleaning technologies for advanced semiconductor devices, has had its Shanghai-based subsidiary start trading on the science and technology innovation...
Thursday 4 November 2021
SEL EdTech startup MEandMine leverages AI and digital tech to scale
After successful seed-round funding, Silicon Valley-based Social-emotional learning (SEL) education startup MEandMine is launching multiple efforts in 2022, building the momentum...
Tuesday 14 September 2021
Boxed CEO Chieh Huang talks inside story of startups at UTSF 2021
Boxed is a US warehouse club delivery service company, which delivers anywhere in the continental USA, with revenue in the hundreds of millions. The company invests heavily in its...
Monday 30 August 2021
NATEA and TTA SV to hold pitchoff event on September 9-10
North American Taiwanese Engineering Association (NATEA) and Taiwan Tech Arena Silicon Valley (TTA SV), a startup ecosystem-building program sponsored by the Ministry of Science and...
Thursday 14 January 2021
Value of semiconductor industry M&A agreements sets record in 2020, says IC Insights
Five big acquisition announcements and more than a dozen smaller deals in 2020 pushed the total value of M&A agreements in the year to an all-time high of US$118 billion, surpassing...
Monday 18 May 2020
TSMC may move mature CoWoS tech to US fab, say sources
As TSMC plans to build a 5nm wafer fab in the US, how the company will handle backend support for the fab is drawing concerns from Taiwan's backend supply chain, and a possible solution...