Win Semiconductors

141 news items tagged Win Semiconductors

  • GaAs foundry houses Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) have both reported flat sequential growth in sales for July 2012. Sales at wafer supplier...
  • Taiwan-based gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundries Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) and Win Semiconductors are set to post lower-than-expected sales growth sequentially...
  • AWSC, Win Semi 2Q12 sales jump

    Friday 6 July 2012
    GaAs foundries Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) and Win Semiconductors both saw their second-quarter revenues increase significantly on quarter thanks to brisk demand...
  • GaAs foundries Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) and Win Semiconductors, and GaAs wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) are expected to post sales growth...
  • GaAs wafer foundry Win Semiconductors is optimistic over the business outlook for the second quarter of 2012 due to strong demand from its major clients including China-based RDA...
  • Due to continuous demand for wireless communication devices, Taiwan-based providers of GaAs wafer foundry services, WIN Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company...
  • GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors is expected to report impressive results for the second quarter of 2012, thanks to strong demand for its HBT fabrication service from power amplifier...
  • Taiwan's Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC), a manufacturer of GaAs (gallium arsenide) epi-wafers made to fabricate power amplifiers (PA) for consumer technology products such...
  • GaAs device market growth slowed considerably in the second half of 2011, dropping overall revenue increases to only 6%. Despite this slowdown, Skyworks Solutions - with revenue growth...
  • Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) have reported sequential growth in revenues for March 2012 of 22% and 23%, respectively.
  • A teardown analysis performed by Chipworks has revealed that Avago supplies three power amplifiers – one WCDMA PA and two 4G LTE ones – for Apple's new iPad. Avago's main...
  • WIN Semiconductors, a Taiwan-based provider of GaAs wafer foundry services, has begun expansion of its production capacity since the second half of 2011 to meet expected increased...
  • Chip firms gearing up for 4G smartphones

    Thursday 16 February 2012
    With Samsung Electronics, HTC and other smartphone vendors set to promote their 4G handsets in 2012, suppliers of the major components such as baseband processors and power amplifiers...
  • GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors is scheduled to be listed on Taiwan's over-the-counter (OTC) market on December 13 at NT$32 (US$1.05) per share, according to a Chinese-language...
  • Win Semiconductors, a major GaAs IC foundry, enjoyed another month of record sales in October thanks to continued-strong shipments of products used in smartphones.
  • Gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) has reported net profits of NT$33.1 million (US$1.1 million) for the second quarter of 2011, up 101%...
  • GaAs component suppliers Avago, TriQuint and Skyworks reportedly will share Apple's orders for GaAs components used in the new iPhone to be launched in the third quarter, and this...
  • Taiwan-based GaAs wafer makers Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) have both posted strong sales for June 2011 due to strong demand for GaAs-based...
  • OmniVision has grabbed a majority of total CMOS image sensor (CIS) orders placed by Apple for the fifth-generation iPhone, market sources have claimed. Meanwhile, power amplifier...
  • GaAs foundry Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) has reported revenues of NT$179 million (US$6 million) for May 2011, up 0.5% sequentially and hitting the highest since...
  • Gallium-arsenide (GaAs) foundry Win Semiconductors has reported consolidated revenues of NT$704 million (US$24.5 million) for May 2011, a record high for the second straight month.
  • GaAs foundries Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) and Win Semiconductors have reported sequential growth in revenues for April 2011 of 15.1% and 3.4%, respectively.
  • Win Semiconductors, a major GaAs IC foundry, will soon submit an application to list its stock on the main board of the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE), according to a Chinese-language...
  • GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors has reported a sequential increase in consolidated sales for February 2011, while Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) posted a drop.
  • GaAs foundry house Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) posted a new monthly sales record with NT$186 million (US$6.43 million) in January revenues, up 16.3% sequentially. Fellow...
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