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Wednesday 29 June 2022
Taiwan III-V IC makers enter Qualcomm Wi-Fi 7 supply chain
Taiwan-based epiwafer suppliers and gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundries have cut into the supply chain for Qualcomm's recently-announced Wi-Fi 7 frontend module (FEM) solutions designed...
Tuesday 28 June 2022
MSScorps sees promising demand for advanced packaging, 3rd-gen semiconductors
IC analysis and inspection lab Material Science Service (MSScorps) is upbeat about its longer-term business prospects, citing brisk demand for advanced packaging and third-generation...
Monday 27 June 2022
Taiwan IC test supply chain gaining from HPC chip boom
Taiwan's suppliers of high-end IC test interface solutions are poised to enjoy growing HPC chip demand for AI, datacenter and server applications, particularly now that Chinese chipmakers...
Monday 27 June 2022
Microsoft Taiwan forms team to help local makers cut carbon emissions
Microsoft Taiwan has established a Taiwan ICT Sustainability Green Team in a bid to help local manufacturers realize carbon reductions.
Monday 27 June 2022
Taiwan to offer discounted frequency usage fee for LEO satellite communications
Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC) will offer discounted frequency usage fee for low earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications between 2023-2028, as part of the government's...
Monday 27 June 2022
Taiwan science parks record revenues of over NT$1,317 billion for January-April
Government-developed Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) and Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) generated combined revenues of NT$1,317.224 billion (US$45.03...
Friday 24 June 2022
Taiwan chipmakers face challenge of rising electricity costs, says GlobalWafers
The ever-increasing electricity costs in Taiwan are prompting local chipmakers to diversify their manufacturing bases and no longer view Taiwan as a first-choice option, according...
Friday 24 June 2022
Special budget needed to hasten quantum components production
Taiwan's national team for quantum technology development is facing difficulties in manufacturing quantum dots, quantum bits, control boards and photonic quantum bits, necessitating...
Friday 24 June 2022
Airoha lists on Taiwan emerging stock market
Airoha Technology, a subsidiary of MediaTek specializing in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi chips, has started trading its shares on Taiwan's Emerging Stock Board (ESB) and is eyeing TWSE mainboard...
Friday 24 June 2022
TAS gearing up for SiC, GaN device sampling
Taiwan-Asia Semiconductor (TAS, formerly Opto Tech) will start sending samples of gallium nitride (GaN) and silicon carbide (SiC) devices in 2023, according to the company.
Wednesday 22 June 2022
Second-tier OSATs see uncertainty in order visibility for 2H22
Unlike ASE Technology and other first-tier OSATs who still see robust order momentum from their IDM customers, smaller-size players including Greatek Electronics, Lingsen Precision...
Wednesday 22 June 2022
Taiwan leadframe makers enjoy brisk orders for automotive power modules
Taiwan-based leadframe makers Jih Lin Technology and Shuen Der Industry (SDI) have seen clear order visibility through the end of 2023, buoyed by strong demand for automotive power...
Tuesday 21 June 2022
Cisco unveils new cloud systems to defend against cyberattacks
Dave West, president of Cisco Asia Pacific, Japan, and Greater China in an event at Cisco Live pointed out that despite the rising popularity of hybrid work schedules among employees,...
Tuesday 21 June 2022
Indian tech veterans seek Taiwan partnership to make electronics
India's electronics market is flooded with overseas products, especially from China. Despite several attempts from the government and industries in the past, local manufacturing of...
Tuesday 21 June 2022
Taiwan foundries to see fab utilization rates stay above 90% in 2H22
TSMC and other major Taiwan-based foundries have been running their fabs at full capacity utilization, but may see their fab utilization rates drop in the third quarter due to cutbacks...