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Tuesday 19 December 2023
Tyntek kicks off GaN component shipments in small volume
Tyntek, a maker of LED chips and sensors, has initiated small-scale shipments of GaN power components and expects the business to enter its early stages in 2024.
Thursday 8 June 2023
LED maker Tyntek expects loss to narrow in 2Q23
Tyntek, a manufacturer of LED chips and Si-based sensors, is expected to see the losses of its core business narrow in the second quarter, even though it has adjusted lower the prices...
Tuesday 14 March 2023
LED sensor providers Tyntek, TASC conservative about 1H23
LED chip and sensor suppliers Tyntek and Taiwan-Asia Semiconductor (TASC) are conservative about their prospects for the first half of 2023 due to sluggish demand from the consumer...
Friday 23 December 2022
Tyntek continues inventory digestion
LED chip and Si-based sensor maker Tyntek continues adjusting its inventory levels by offloading more of its legacy and substandard chips, according to company sources.
Wednesday 12 October 2022
LED makers under pressure of 4Q22 operating losses
In view of the continuous weak demand for TVs, IT products and consumer electronics, mainly due to impact of inflation, LED chip makers and packaging service providers are likely...
Tuesday 30 August 2022
LED chipmaker Tyntek expects inventory correction at customers throughout 2H22
LED chip and Si-based sensor maker Tyntek is bracing for slow sales in the rest of 2022 as most clients are likely to continue adjusting their inventories throughout the second half...
Tuesday 5 July 2022
No peak season expected for LED makers this year
While the third quarter of each year is traditionally a peak season for LED makers, this year seasonality is not expected to kick in, with demand for various LED devices turning weak,...
Tuesday 14 June 2022
Tyntek cuts sales outlook for 2022
LED chip and Si-based sensor chip maker Tyntek has said it is likely to head for a flat sales performance in 2022, as it reversed downward its previous forecast of an annual 15% growth...
Tuesday 1 March 2022
Everlight delivers LEDs and photocouplers in 2022
LED packaging service provider Everlight Electronics is focusing its 2022 business efforts on invisible LED devices, photocouplers, mini LED devices, and LED devices used in automotive...
Thursday 27 January 2022
Tyntek undertakes trial production at 6-inch wafer factory
LED chip and Si-based sensor chip maker Tyntek has undertaken small-volume trial production at its new factory of 6-inch epitaxial wafers and will begin volume production in the second...
Tuesday 11 January 2022
Epistar, Everlight, Lextar see mixed growth in December revenue
LED epitaxial wafer and chip maker Epistar has reported December consolidated revenues of NT$1.931 billion (US$69.3 million), down 2.08% sequentially but up 66.35% year-on-year. LED...
Friday 26 November 2021
Tyntek to expand Si-based sensor chip production capacity by 30% in 2022
Tyntek will invest NT$600 million (US$21.5 million) to expand production capacity for Si-based sensor chips by 30% in 2022, with the revenue proportion for Si-based sensors expected...
Wednesday 3 November 2021
Tyntek to expand Si-based sensor chip production capacity
Tyntek will expand production capacity for Si-based sensor chips by 20% with a capex budget of NT$468.3 million (US$16.8 million), according to the company.
Monday 23 August 2021
Demand for photo couplers remains high in 2H21
Photo couplers have been in strong demand since early 2021 and the robust demand will remain in the second half of 2021, with shipments for orders scheduled until the end of the year,...
Thursday 15 July 2021
Tyntek, Opto Tech see Si-based sensor chips order visibility till 3Q21
LED chip and Si-based sensor chip makers Tyntek and Opto Tech have seen strong demand for Si-based sensor chips, with shipments for such orders scheduled until the end of third-quarter...
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