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Thursday 27 February 2020
Coronavirus impact special report: Mobile devices
Global notebook unit shipments for the first quarter of 2020 are estimated to experience a sharp sequential fall of 29-36% than the 17% projected earlier, as severe labor and components...
Thursday 16 January 2020
Global server shipments to grow 6.6% in 2020, says Digitimes Research special report
Global server shipments, having declined moderately by 1.4% in 2019, will return growth in 2020, thanks to significant demand from the datacenter sector, according to Digitimes Research's...
Friday 4 May 2012
Digitimes Research: Solar spot prices in Greater China remain flat despite continuous demand from Europe
Solar spot prices in Greater China have not shown signs of increasing despite continuous demand and clear order visibility, said Chihheng Liang, analyst at Digitimes Research and...
Thursday 3 May 2012
Commentary: Long-term solar material supply contracts increase losses during industry downturns
Long-term solar material supply contracts seem to stabilize the financial performance of solar firms during good times, but increase the magnitude of losses during down times.
Friday 27 April 2012
Digitimes Research: High demand in Europe holds Greater China solar spot prices steady
Market demand in the second quarter has been hot causing price falls to seize, said Chihheng Liang, analyst of Digitimes and author of new report, PV 2012-Expectations for the...
Friday 20 April 2012
New business model and strategies in China's smartphone market - Another kind of Android
Google's open approach to Android's source code has enabled the operating system (OS) to grow rapidly in the smartphone market. Virtually all market research carried out on the subject...
Friday 13 April 2012
PV 2012 - Expectations for the global solar market
The solar market saw solar prices dropped drastically due to oversupply in 2011 and most solar firms across the supply chain suffered losses. Nevertheless, a significant drop in prices...
Friday 13 April 2012
Digitimes Research: Spot price of polysilicon in Greater China drops to US$22.5/kg
The prices of solar products in China dropped slightly this week (April 9-13).
Friday 6 April 2012
Digitimes Research: Flat solar spot prices in Greater China due to long holiday
Due to long holidays in China, solar spot prices this week (April 2-6) has remained relatively flat.
Tuesday 3 April 2012
Key trends in the development of LED lighting technology
LED lighting prices are expected to fall by 30% per year, with luminous efficacy approaching 200 lm/W by 2014. Many countries have also identified 2015 as a key milestone in their...
Friday 23 March 2012
Trends in the touch panel supply chain, 2010-2014
The touch panel sector was one of the few bright spots in the global tech industry in 2011, with production value growing 88% on year to reach US$12.56 billion. Shipments are expected...
Friday 23 March 2012
Digitimes Research: Consistent demand in US market keeps Greater China solar price steady
The prices of solar products in Greater China continue to hold despite the concerns over the upcoming Germany feed-in-tariff (FIT) cuts. In addition, demand in the US has been picking...
Friday 16 March 2012
Digitimes Research: Price of solar modules in Greater China falls on Yingli low offer
Digitimes research analyst Chihheng Liang stated that prices across the supply chain have been falling. The price fall of solar modules was due to Yingli's quote of CNY5.18/W (EUR0.55/W)...
Tuesday 13 March 2012
Trends in the global IC design service market
With the cost of developing a new semiconductor fab anticipated to surpass US$5.0 billion by 2015, more and more IDMs are adopting a fab-lite outsourcing model. The growth in the...
Friday 9 March 2012
Digitimes Research: Solar prices in Greater China begin to fall due to Germany FIT cuts
The announcement of Germany's new feed-in-tariff (FIT) cuts has stopped the price increases of solar products that began in February. Despite the fact that the Germany government...