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As inflation and wars rage, notebook sales in Dubai remain unaffected
Taiwan to kick off ambitious chip-driven innovation program, aiming to attract global talent
Breaking boundaries: sizing up the satellite-to-cell opportunity in a new mobile phone era
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Friday 3 November 2023
Government accepts donation of 12-inch wafer fab equipment to bolster Taiwan's chip-driven innovation
In a significant development for the 10-year Taiwan Chip-Driven Industrial Innovation Program (TCIIP), certain businesses have expressed their willingness to donate 12-inch wafer...
Monday 30 October 2023
AI fuels optical communication to become potential market for compound semiconductors
While the 2023 smartphone market is one filled with harsh challenges, it is coming to an end. Regarding the smartphone market after 2024, most prominent market research firms still...
Monday 30 October 2023
GaAs foundry Win Semi swings to operating profit in 3Q23
Win Semiconductors, a Taiwanese GaAs foundry, swung to net profits of NT$34 million (US$1.05 million) in the third quarter after three straight quarters of losses.
Friday 6 October 2023
Taiwan III-V IC suppliers post mixed September results
Win Semiconductors' revenue dipped 1.5% sequentially in September, while revenue at fellow gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Advanced Wireless Semiconductor (AWSC) climbed 7.9% on month...
Friday 15 September 2023
GaAs makers eyeing aerospace, military and satellite communications opportunities
Taiwanese gallium arsenide (GaAs) manufacturers are looking to capitalize on prospects in aerospace, defense, and satellite communications, according to industry sources.
Monday 21 August 2023
Handset chip backend houses pin hopes on new iPhones to bolster basic shipments in 2H23
Taiwan's mobile phone chips backend supply chain players have recently expressed pessimism about the handset application market outlook. Major OSATs ASE Technology and King Yuan Electronics,...
Thursday 10 August 2023
GaAs foundries post mixed July revenues
July revenue for Win Semiconductors fell 8.3% sequentially, while revenue for fellow GaAs foundry Advanced Wireless Semiconductor (AWSC) rose 9.8% sequentially. Despite a 51.1% increase...
Tuesday 1 August 2023
Win Semi loss narrows in 2Q23
GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors saw its loss shrink significantly in the second quarter of 2023, when its fab utilization rates rebounded to around 40%.
Thursday 6 July 2023
GaAs foundries see fab utilization rising
Most Taiwan-based GaAs foundries, including Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor (AWSC), have recently seen their 6-inch fab utilization rates rise above 40%.
Wednesday 5 July 2023
IQE, Taiwan III-V IC makers unaffected by China's export restrictions on critical raw materials
There are several reasons why UK-based IQE and Taiwanese III-V IC manufacturers do not feel threatened by China's...
Tuesday 4 July 2023
China to impose export restrictions on compound semi materials
China will begin enforcing export restrictions on gallium and germanium-related materials used to manufacture compound semiconductors next month.
Thursday 25 May 2023
New Apple-Broadcom deal gets three interpretations from RF supply chain in Taiwan
The signing of a long-term contract between Apple and Broadcom to develop 5G radio frequency (RF) components could easily drive outsiders to associate it with the "coopetition" relationships...
Friday 28 April 2023
Win Semi sees low utilization rates in 1Q23, but expects sales growth in 2Q23
Win Semiconductors has reported that its utilization rates dropped to about 20% in the first quarter of 2023 as a result of inventory correction in the handset supply chain and seasonal...
Thursday 20 April 2023
Qualcomm seeking lower III-V semiconductor foundry quotes
Qualcomm intends to increase orders for III-V semiconductor foundries capable of providing much lower quotes, according to industry sources.
Thursday 13 April 2023
III-V semiconductor suppliers & IC inspection labs poised to embrace LEO satellite business
With its importance significantly highlighted during the Russia-Ukraine war, low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications will usher in enormous business opportunities for III-V...
Dec 5, 10:56
PowerArena uncovers human factors causing production line bottlenecks, boosting productivity and quality
Monday 4 December 2023
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Friday 1 December 2023
BIWIN packaging and testing center achieves IATF 16949 recognition
Friday 1 December 2023
Avilon solar panel inspection in Thailand
TSMC likely to win it all, with Samsung's 3nm reportedly losing several significant orders
Global semiconductor market to rebound with 13% growth in 2024, says WSTS
Samsung expands into automotive chip market with an aim to surpass Micron by 2025
Chinese-built Loongson 3A6000 CPU gains support from Asustek
Samsung ramps up 2.5D packaging capacity, eyeing Nvidia AI GPU orders
Huawei's NearLink wireless technology signals a decoupled connected world
Intel cuts off manufacturing in IDM2.0, TSMC is expected to benefit
Tesla's humanoid robot 'Optimus' debuts in Taiwan, showcasing AI advancements
ASML reportedly sees first big EUV equipment order cut from TSMC
US, Japanese, and Dutch semiconductor equipment export values to China dropped; more substantial strategies demanded by expert
Global top-5 notebook brands experience over 20% on-month shipment drop in October, says DIGITIMES Research
Global notebook shipments rise in 3Q23 but to slip in 4Q23, says DIGITIMES Research
Research Insight: order backlog, China demand to drive Infineon automotive segment in FY24
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