1041 news items tagged chairman
NAND flash supply to stay tight til end-2017, says Phison chairmanWednesday 20 September 2017
The supply of NAND flash memory is expected to remain tight through the end of 2017, according to Khein Seng Pua, chairman of flash device controller supplier Phison Electronics.
Edom 3Q17 revenues to increase over 20% sequentiallyTuesday 19 September 2017
Edom Technology, which distributes products for chip vendors such as Nvidia and Skyworks, is expected to report over 20% revenue growth sequentially for the third quarter of 2017,...
Acquiring Lexar will not create brand-OEM conflict, says LongsysMonday 18 September 2017
The Lexar brand that Longsys acquired from Micron Technology will focus on high-end NAND flash devices, and customers of Lexar and Longsys' OEM business will not overlap, according...
Solar passenger planes a reality soon: Q&A with Si2 co-pilot Bertrand Piccard and Covestro CEO Patrick ThomasThursday 14 September 2017
At the 2017 World Congress on Information Industry (WCIT) held September 11-13 in Taipei, there were two prominent guest speakers: Bertrand Piccard, chairman of Solar Impulse Foundationand...
TSMC starts equipment move-in at Nanjing plantWednesday 13 September 2017
TSMC on September 12 held a ceremony to mark the start of equipment move-in at its new 12-inch wafer plant in Nanjing, China.
Micro LED chip production not as difficult as expected, says PlayNitride chairmanFriday 8 September 2017
Many observers originally thought it would take at least three years for Micro LED displays to become available in market due to technological bottlenecks, but judging from the present...
Pegatron makes new investment in ChinaFriday 1 September 2017
Pegatron has announced that its three investment subsidiaries will invest a total of US$78.95 million in a newly established subsidiary that is wholly owned by Casetek Holding.
Acer pushing multi-brand business model, says chairmanFriday 1 September 2017
Acer has been pushing for business transformation and is looking to expand into emerging markets including those for gaming PC, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI),...
Acer to supply VR equipment for Dubai theme parkFriday 1 September 2017
Acer has recently formed a partnership with a virtual reality (VR) theme park in Dubai, the UAE with the construction to be completed by the end of 2017 or in early 2018, according...
Acer sees strong growth for gaming products in 1H17Thursday 31 August 2017
Acer has disclosed its sales for gaming products, including notebooks, desktops and monitors, hiked 61%, 51% and 103% respectively on year in first-half 2017.
Advantest obtains ramp-up of orders for memory productionThursday 31 August 2017
Semiconductor testing equipment supplier Advantest has landed a ramp-up of orders from Korea- and Taiwan-based memory chipmakers, according to CH Wu, chairman of Advantest Taiwan.
Domestic demand may save Taiwan solar cell makers, says TSEC chairmanMonday 28 August 2017
The Taiwan government has decided to strengthen development of renewable energy, mostly PV and wind power, as it seeks to phase out nuclear power, and this has afforded opportunities...
Simplo expects dramatic growth in electric bicycle battery businessFriday 18 August 2017
Battery module maker Simplo Technology expects its shipments for electric bicycles to grow over 100% on year in 2017 and will rise another 75% in 2018. Company chairman Raymond Sung...
Getac shipping video solution products to USThursday 17 August 2017
Ruggedized PC vendor Getac has successfully tapped into the police and law enforcement equipment market in the US with its Getac video solution (GVS) products.
Notebook lithium battery prices risingMonday 14 August 2017
Because of increasing prices for raw materials and strong demand from the electric vehicle and smartphone market segments, lithium batteries for notebooks are expected to see another...
Getac July revenues grow almost 14% on yearTuesday 8 August 2017
Ruggedized PC vendor Getac has reported July consolidated revenues of NT$1.67 billion (US$56.45 million), down 7.9% on month, but up 13.98% on year, and its combined consolidated...
Winbond to spend NT$6.28 billion on equipmentThursday 27 July 2017
Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics, a provider of specialty DRAM and flash memory, has announced plans to budget an additional capex of NT$6.28 billion (US$207.7 million) for buying...
Catcher starts operation at new plantThursday 27 July 2017
Catcher Technology has completed construction of a new production base in Tainan, Southern Taiwan, and the site began operation on July 27, according to company chairman Hung Shui-...
Globalfoundries and VeriSilicon to enable single-chip solution for next-gen IoT networksMonday 17 July 2017
Globalfoundries and VeriSilicon have announced a collaboration to deliver a single-chip IoT solution for next-generation Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks. Leveraging GF's 22FDX...
NSIG hires former MEMC CEOMonday 10 July 2017
China's National Silicon Industry Group (NSIG) has hired Nabeel Gareeb, former CEO of MEMC Electronic Materials, to help it establish a materials eco-system in China.
Catcher sees 30% on-year growth in June revenuesMonday 10 July 2017
Metal chassis maker Catcher Technology has announced revenues of NT$7.29 billion (US$243.49 million) for June, up 19.8% on month and 30% on year. Catcher's second-quarter 2017 consolidated...
Getac sees revenues ride high in JuneThursday 6 July 2017
Ruggedized computing device maker Getac Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.81 billion (US$59.48 million) for June, increasing 17.95% on month and 11.27% on year...
Adata June revenues surge on memory price rallyThursday 6 July 2017
Rising memory chip prices buoyed Adata Technology's June revenues, which climbed to a 41-month high of NT$2.75 billion (US$90.1 million).
Etron to focus on specialized DRAM productsMonday 3 July 2017
Niche-memory IC design house Etron Technology will transform itself into a dedicated developer of specialized DRAM memory chips, according to company chairman Nicky Lu.
Ibase 1H17 operations subject to impact of currency appreciation, component price hikesWednesday 28 June 2017
Industrial PC (IPC) maker Ibase Technology has seen a negative impact due to appreciation of the New Taiwan dollar, key component shortages and hikes in prices (mainly for flash,...
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Barry Lam, chairman of Quanta Computer at Microsoft's 20 years anniversary event
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