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Tuesday 7 June 2022
Taiwan-based IC testing firms maintain positive outlook for 2022
Taiwan-based IC testing firms expect to enjoy strong demand for high-end testing driven by network chips, high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, power management ICs (PMIC),...
Monday 6 June 2022
Taiwan manufacturing sector may come under larger pressure in 2H22
Taiwan's manufacturing industries are likely to come under larger operational pressure arising from adverse macroeconomic situations in second-half 2022, according to National Development...
Monday 6 June 2022
Dell sees rising demand for IT subscription services in Taiwan
Demand for IT subscription services is gowing in Taiwan and Dell has seen rising inquiries for such services from clients recently, according to Eric Leung, enterprise solution senior...
Monday 6 June 2022
Taiwan ICT supply chain players keen to upgrade product mixes
Consumer ICT market is not sweet anymore, driving supply chain players to adjust and optimize their product portfolios, with such efforts further accelerated by uncontrollable factors...
Thursday 2 June 2022
Taiwan makers in China still at lockdown risks, says MOEA
While the government of Shanghai on June 1 lifted its COVID lockdown, Taiwan-based manufacturers in the Chinese city and surrounding areas will still face risks arising from uncertainties,...
Thursday 2 June 2022
Taiwan and US announce Initiative on 21st-Century Trade
Taiwan government held a high-profile press conference on June 2 to announce the launch of the US-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade, and the US Trade Representative Office also...
Wednesday 1 June 2022
Vertiv pushing liquid-cooling solutions to datacenters in Taiwan
Thermal management specialist Vertiv is offering liquid-cooling solutions to help datacenters in Taiwan reduce their power usage effectiveness (PUE) value as the trends of cutting...
Wednesday 1 June 2022
Taiwan restricts exports of strategic high-tech commodities to Russia and Belarus
Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has announced a list of strategic high-tech commodities that are banned from exportation to Russia and Belarus.
Wednesday 1 June 2022
GFT lands pull-in of orders from foundries
Taiwan-based GreenFiltec (GFT), which specializes in AMC solutions for cleanroom facilities, has enjoyed a strong pull-in of orders from foundries and expressed optimism about its...
Tuesday 31 May 2022
PWM IC supply for servers remains tight
The supply of server-use power management ICs remains tight, according to industry sources in Taiwan.
Monday 30 May 2022
Europe, US firms keen to headhunt Taiwan IC design talent
IC design talent poaching in Taiwan has changed drastically, with US and European firms replacing Chinese ones as major rivals in headhunting, according to industry sources.
Friday 27 May 2022
Taiwan Mobile deepens 5G cooperation with Nokia
Telecom operator Taiwan Mobile has disclosed it has signed an expansion deal with Nokia to enhance 5G coverage. To achieve the telecom's goal of using 100% renewable power by 2040,...
Friday 27 May 2022
Why Taiwan's success in semiconductors is not helping its quantum computer tech research
The year 2022 looks poised to become a breakthrough year for quantum computer hardware. But Taiwan, where half of the world's chips are manufactured, is ironically lagging far behind...
Friday 27 May 2022
Korean chipmakers urge government support to foster and keep talent
A talent shortage is challenging South Korea's chipmaking industry. Chipmakers including Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix have urged the country's new government to pay attention...
Friday 27 May 2022
Vivo intros MediaTek-powered Vivo X80 in Taiwan
Vivo has introduced its new flagship smartphone, the Vivo X80, in the Taiwan market, targeting the high-end segment with a price tag of NT$27,990 (US$952).