Friday 17 September 2021
MediaTek to recruit more innovative staff in India, says PTI
Taiwan-based chipmaker MediaTek announced its plans to recruit more innovation staff in India to support local manufacturing, according to PTI, although the actual number of new employees...
Monday 13 September 2021
China Big Fund stepping up investment in homegrown memory sector
More China-based memory makers will receive cash injections from the government, as China's National IC Industry Investment Fund (Big Fund) steps up its investment in the country's...
Friday 10 September 2021
China silicon wafer maker secures CNY3.3 billion in Series B
Hangzhou Semiconductor Wafer, a silicon wafer subsidiary owned previously by Japan's Ferrotec, has closed CNY3.3 billion (US$510 million) in its Series B funding round and will be...
Tuesday 7 September 2021
ASE steps up recruiting engineers for 5G, networking, automotive chips
OSAT ASE Technology has kicked off its recruitment campaign with plans to hire 2,000 engineers by the end of this year to deepen its backend deployments for the 5G, networking and...
Wednesday 1 September 2021
DDI prices likely to stop rising in 4Q21
Display driver IC (DDI) prices have been rising, buoying suppliers' sales and profitability thus far this year. But prices are likely to stop increasing in the fourth quarter of 2021,...
Monday 9 August 2021
Phison expects output to jump in 2022
Phison Electronics has managed to obtain more capacity support from two foundry service providers, and will see its output for 2022 jump 200% from this year, according to KS Pua,...
Wednesday 7 July 2021
China foundry completes fundraising for capacity expansion
China-based CanSemi Technology has raised funds to carry out its upcoming capacity expansion project, in which the specialty IC foundry will add an additional 20,000 12-inch wafers...
Monday 21 June 2021
TSMC to start equipment move-in at Arizona fab as early as mid-2022
Pure-play foundry TSMC is expected to kick off equipment move-in at its new advanced 5nm fab in the US state of Arizona as early as mid 2022, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 8 June 2021
Accton production capacity unaffected by infections
Networking device maker Accton Technology has said that operation of its plant in Chunan, northern Taiwan, has remained normal after 12 employees of the plant were confirmed COVID-19...
Thursday 3 June 2021
KYEC to go through rapid COVID-19 tests for all employees
Wafer probing house King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) confirmed on June 2 that two of its employees stationed at its factory site in Miaoli, northern Taiwan have been infected with COVID-19,...
Thursday 27 May 2021
Another TSMC employee infected with coronavirus
One of TSMC's employees living in New Taipei City has been tested positive for COVID-19, according to the pure-play foundry. The Taiwan-based foundry has seen two employees infected...
Tuesday 18 May 2021
Memory module makers continue stockpiling
Memory chipmakers continue to see their downstream module and device customers stockpile, while experiencing tight fab capacity, according to industry sources in Taiwan.
Thursday 13 May 2021
MediaTek steps up hiring
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.
Thursday 6 May 2021
ASML, Applied hiring talent in Taiwan
Semiconductor equipment vendors ASML and Applied Materials have been hiring talent for their local operations in Taiwan.
Wednesday 5 May 2021
Pandemic deters Taiwan managers from working in India
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...
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