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NEWS TAGGED WT MICROELECTRONICS
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Non-consumer IC sales to rise in 2Q22 on strong demand, says WT Micro
Automotive, industrial, and other non-consumer ICs and components continue to see robust demand, and their shipments in the second quarter will rise further along with the gradual...
Thursday 14 April 2022
WT Micro to acquire Singaporean IC distributor for NT$5 billion
Taiwan-based WT Microelectronics has announced plans to take over Singapore-based IC distributor Excelpoint Technology via its wholly-owned subsidiary WT Semiconductor for a total...
Tuesday 11 January 2022
Distributors of ICs, materials upbeat about demand for servers in 2022
Semiconductor material distributors are optimistic about demand from the server sector in 2022, particularly from US cloud service platforms (CSP) operators Google, Meta, Microsoft...
Thursday 30 December 2021
WT Microelectronics to gain from rising SiC penetration in EV, industrial apps
Green energy gaining momentum amid growing calls for carbon emission reduction is expected to accelerate the penetration of third-generation semiconductors GaN and SiC in EV and industrial...
Thursday 30 December 2021
Tight 8-inch foundry capacity to continue pushing up chip prices in 1Q22
Suppliers of power management ICs, networking chips, and industrial and automotive MCUs are still capable of raising their prices in the first quarter of 2022, as 8-inch fab capacity...
Monday 8 November 2021
Production of iPhone 13 series accelerates as IC shortage eases
The shortage of IC components emerging in early October for iPhone 13 series is gradually easing as suppliers increase production, with assemblers on track to step up manufacturing...
Thursday 14 October 2021
Uneven inventories across chipmakers still persist, say IC distributors
Uneven inventories across chipmakers will continue to challenge device vendors and OEMs in the fourth quarter of 2021, despite uncertainty emerging in demand visibility, according...
Wednesday 6 October 2021
Wireless connectivity chip supply stays tight
The supply of wireless connectivity chips will stay tight through the first quarter of 2022, with Wi-Fi 5 chip modules from vendors in Taiwan able to satisfy only 70% of demand, according...
Monday 23 August 2021
IC distributors see order visibility for Wi-Fi chips extend to 1Q22
Taiwan-based IC distributors including Answer Technology (ANStek), GMI Technology, WPG and WT Microelectronics have all seen a strong pull-in of orders for Wi-Fi and other networking...
Tuesday 17 August 2021
IC distributors log impressive revenue gains on strong demand
Taiwan's IC distributors have scored impressive business results over the past months of the year thanks to persistently strong demand for diverse 5G, HPC, AIoT, and high-speed transmission...
Tuesday 10 August 2021
WT Microelectronics 2Q21 net profit hits record
Semiconductor component distributor WT Microelectronics has reported net profit of NT$2.001 billion (US$71.6 million) for second-quarter 2021, the highest-ever quarterly level.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
Taiwan IC distributors optimistic about 3Q21 sales performance
Taiwan-based IC distributors are set to experience robust sales in the third quarter of 2021, buoyed by persistent demand for MCUs, power management (PWM) ICs, RF chips and other...
Friday 11 June 2021
Taiwan IC distributors to enjoy strong 2021
Taiwan-based IC distributors, particularly those specializing in memory IC sales, are poised to generate impressive revenues in 2021, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 13 April 2021
IC distributors see chip demand surge for TWS devices
Chip demand for true wireless studio (TWS) devices has started picking up substantially, particularly for active noise-cancelling (ANC) chips, according to sources at Taiwan-based...
Tuesday 16 March 2021
IC and material distributors to embrace strong 2Q21
Taiwan-based distributors of ICs and materials continue to see strong influx of orders, which will buoy their sales performance through the second quarter, according to industry so...