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  • memory
    Memory chipmakers continue to see their downstream module and device customers stockpile, while experiencing tight fab capacity, according to industry sources in Taiwan.
  • MediaTek steps up hiring

    Thursday 13 May 2021
    MediaTek+on+hiring+spree
    MediaTek has kicked off its recruitment campaign for 2021, with plans to hire over 2,000 additional R&D staff, according to the Taiwan-based IC design house.
  • tsmc
    Semiconductor equipment vendors ASML and Applied Materials have been hiring talent for their local operations in Taiwan.
  • wistron
    Rampant Covid-19 infections across India have not only disrupted production at plants run by Taiwan's electronics suppliers there, but also made it more difficult for them to dispatch...
  • tsmc
    TSMC has notified customers that price discounts for all orders next year will be canceled and that it will spend US$100 billion on capacity expansion projects in the next three years,...
  • kla
    US-based semiconductor equipment vendor KLA is looking to beef up its operations in Taiwan with plans to hire an additional 100 staff this year.
  • AUO to create 1,500 new jobs in 2021

    Wednesday 17 March 2021
    AUO+to+create+more+jobs+in+2021
    LCD panel maker AU Optronics (AUO) will recruit an additional 1,500 employees in 2021 as part of its efforts to enhance its development and deployment in advanced technology, AI,...
  • asml
    Semiconductor equipment vendor ASML has disclosed plans to recruit an additional 600 engineers in Taiwan this year.
  • winbond
    Winbond Electronics is constructing a new 12-inch wafer fab in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, which is scheduled to come online in the first half of 2022, according to the specialty...
  • ODMs+see+difficulties+sending+staff+to+India
    Worsening Covid-19 infections and the recent labor riot at Wistron's iPhone manufacturing plant in India have compounded the difficulty for Taiwan's ODMs to send Taiwanese production...
  • Longsys preps for IPO

    Thursday 24 December 2020
    Lexar
    Memory module firm Longsys Electronics has filed an application for its A-shares IPO and expects to trade on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE).
  • Chiang
    Mong-song Liang has submitted his resignation to SMIC's board of directors after the China-based foundry decided to bring back Shang-yi Chiang to its management, according to sources...
  • ASE
    Backend house ASE Technology has announced plans to recruit over 3,000 engineers and technicians for its factory complex in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan seeking to better meet robust...
  • TSMC
    TSMC has allocated a US$3.5 billion budget for setting up a subsidiary in Arizona, where the pure-play foundry plans to build a wafe fab using 5nm process technology.
  • HiSilicon team in Taiwan shrinking

    Wednesday 19 August 2020
    HiSilicon+engineer+teams+in+Taiwan+faces+increasing+pressure+to+disband+
    Huawei's chipmaking subsidiary HiSilicon has seen many of its staff in Taiwan leaving amid increasingly tough trade sanctions from the US on the Chinese tech group, according to industry...
  • China+has+seen+coronavirus+impacts+on+both+supply+and+demand
    China's imports of ICs are set to drop below US$300 billion in value this year, due mainly to the coronavirus pandemic impacting both supply and demand, according to Wei Shaojun,...
  • Skyworks+has+suspended+a+plant+in+Mexicon
    Skyworks has suspended manufacturing operations in Mexico due to the coronavirus outbreak, raising speculation about insufficient inventories for the power amplifier vendor's shipments...
  • Notebook+ODMs+expect+improved+March+operation
    Compal Electronics and Wistron continue to see capacity recovery in China as more of their wolrkers are returning to work, and may see their resumption rates for notebook production...
  • The+China%2Dbased+foundry+reportedly+is+cutting+its+chip+output
    Twelve-inch foundry Wuhan Xinxin Semiconductor Manufacturing (XMC) has reportedly scaled down its chip output amid the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Backend+services+providers+have+been+hit+hardest
    The coronavirus outbreak has posed mixed impacts on semiconductor firms operating in China, with backend service houses suffering the most, reaching average capacity utilization of...
  • PCB+makers+in+China+have+access+to+transportation+for+shipping+products
    Taiwan-based PCB makers operating plants in China are seeing a low return rate of workers amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak but they have secured smooth transportation for products...
  • TSMC revenues up in January, VIS down

    Monday 10 February 2020
    TSMC+said+its+staff+in+China+has+returned+to+work
    TSMC has reported consolidated revenues for January 2020 increased 32.8% on year and 0.4% sequentially to NT$103.68 billion (US$3.45 billion), while revenues at specialty IC foundry...
  • Realtek remains positive

    Thursday 6 February 2020
    Realtek+remains+optimistic+about+2020
    Networking IC specialist Realtek Semiconductor remains positive about its performance in the first quarter of 2020, with no substantial shifts in customer orders so far despite the...
  • TSMC reiterates sales guidance for 1Q20

    Thursday 6 February 2020
    TSMC+Nanjing+under+close+management+amid+China+coronavirus+outbreak
    TSMC currently has no plans to revise its sales and margin guidance for the first quarter of 2020, according to the pure-play foundry, which also disclosed non-production staff at...
  • Memory prices to rise at slower pace

    Tuesday 4 February 2020
    Coronavirus+outbreak+causes+demand+uncertainty
    Memory chip prices are likely to rise at a slower pace in February, as buyers in China are holding a wait-and-see approach, according to industry observers.
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