Tuesday 5 March 2024
Taiwan CIS earnings calls show light at the end of the tunnel
Earning calls from Taiwan's CIS supply chain promise an uptick in demand in 2024.
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,...
Tuesday 15 August 2023
CIS backend houses express caution about 2H23
Tong Hsing Electronic Industries, VisEra Technologies, and Xintec, all of whom are in the CMOS image sensor (CIS) backend sector, have expressed caution regarding their market prospects...
Monday 20 March 2023
CIS packagers enjoy stable demand for high-end auto applications
BGA (ball grid array) packaging demand for high-pixel and large-size automotive CMOS image sensor (CIS) chips remains in high gear, but lower-end car-use CIS products processed with...
Friday 17 February 2023
Backend firm Xintec brace for revenue and profit decreases in 2023
As end-market demand is squelched by the global economic downturn, sensor chip backend specialist Xintec may see revenue and profit decreases in 2023, according to company chairman...
Friday 18 November 2022
Taiwan chipmakers eyeing metalens opportunities
Taiwan-based III-V semiconductor and optical sensor companies are all gearing up for a boom in demand for metalens-based VR and AR devices from Meta, Sony and other vendors, according...
Wednesday 28 September 2022
Handset CIS destocking slow
Lackluster handset sales have led to excess inventories of related CMOS image sensors (CIS), also dragging down wafer reconstitution (RW) demand, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 13 September 2022
Taiwan 3D sensor makers to see 4Q22 sales boosted by new iPhones
Taiwan's 3D sensor supply chain players are expected to see their fourth-quarter revenue performance bolstered by shipments for the newly debuted iPhone 14 series, which, particularly...
Wednesday 24 August 2022
Sensor backend specialists gearing up for metaverse device boom
Sensor backend specialists, such as VisEra Technologies and Xintec, are gearing up for a metaverse device demand boom.
Monday 15 August 2022
WLCSP specialist Xintec on track to expand capacity
Taiwan-based Xintec, a WLCSP (wafer level chip scale package) specialist under TSMC, has approved a capital expense of NT$2.5 billion (US$83.33 million) to expand capacity at existing...
Wednesday 13 July 2022
Taiwan CIS backend firms look to automotive for 2H22 growth
CMOS image sensor backend specialists including Tong Hsing Electronic Industries and Xintec are vying for more orders coming from the automotive sector to offset weakness in handset...
Thursday 7 April 2022
Automotive CIS emerging as new blue-ocean market for supply chain
It seems that CMOS image sensor (CIS) demand momentum for mainstream handset applications has become stagnant amid unclear market prospects, but the automotive CIS segment is emerging...
Monday 28 March 2022
IDMs, backend partners expanding automotive CIS capacity
International IDMs such as Onsemi and Sony are keenly expanding capacities for automotive CMOS image sensors (CIS) to meet ever-mounting demand for ADAS applications, and their backend...
Friday 25 March 2022
Mixed levels of price reduction pressure looming for diverse IC segments
Different IC segments will be experiencing mixed levels of price downward pressure at least in the first half of the year, according to industry sources.
Friday 18 February 2022
Xintec cautious about 2022
CMOS image sensor backend specialist Xintec has expressed caution about its sales performance this year, citing the ongoing pandemic, labor shortages, and supply-side challenges,...
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