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Thursday 2 June 2022
Manufacturing has become most popular target of hackers, says TXOne Networks
Bolstering operational technology (OT) security is a budding awareness among semiconductor suppliers, as the manufacturing industry has become the most popular target of hackers,...
Thursday 2 June 2022
Cutting DDI production orders not an easy deal: Q&A with Chipbond Technology chair Fei-Jain Wu
Taiwan-based Chipbond Technology, now holding the world's largest backend capacity for panel display driver ICs (DDI), continues to deepen cooperation with local OSAT Orient Semiconductor...
Tuesday 31 May 2022
Innovation to accelerate space explorations: Q&A with Tensor Tech co-founder and CEO Thomas Yen
Space technology has become one of the hot topics recently, with Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, and Citi Group all forecasting the revenues of the space tech industry will hit US$1...
Tuesday 31 May 2022
IC verification in hot demand: Q&A with iST chairman Danny Yu
Taiwan's semiconductor industry has achieved significant growth over the last two years, and demand for materials analysis (MA), reliability analysis (RA) and failure analysis (FA)...
Tuesday 31 May 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity Startups (2): Every vehicle should meet fighter jet defense standards, says GuardKnox
With the global automotive industry moving towards full electrification, future vehicles are positioned to offer increasing levels of autonomy and connectivity, and cybersecurity...
Monday 30 May 2022
LCD to stay mainstream: Q&A with Andrew Beck, director of Worldwide Commercial Operations for Corning Display
Many new technologies have emerged in the displays market, but LCD remains the dominant force. Andrew Beck, director of Worldwide Commercial Operations at Corning's Display business...
Friday 27 May 2022
Why Taiwan's success in semiconductors is not helping its quantum computer tech research
The year 2022 looks poised to become a breakthrough year for quantum computer hardware. But Taiwan, where half of the world's chips are manufactured, is ironically lagging far behind...
Friday 27 May 2022
NXP to strengthen R&D to support India's chip-making plans
Many global semiconductor companies have welcomed the Indian government's latest initiative to promote local semiconductor manufacturing. With its range of incentives, the plan offers...
Wednesday 25 May 2022
Safe autonomous transportation with edge AI: Q&A with Invision AI CEO and founder Karim Ali
Invision AI is a Canadian startup building the first autonomous railway system combining visual AI and edge computing, looking to expand its solutions beyond the transportation space...
Wednesday 25 May 2022
2022 ASC 100 exclusive interview with chairman Tom Cho: Inventec delves into the metaverse
With 47 years of experience, Inventec continues to lead the industry as the world's largest manufacturer of commercial notebooks and server motherboards.
Wednesday 25 May 2022
2022 ASC 100: AUO transforming beyond LCD
Taiwan-based LCD company AU Optronics (AUO) has become the seventh-largest company by profit in the DIGITIMES ASC 100 ranking.
Wednesday 25 May 2022
2022 ASC 100 exclusive interview with chairman Jeng-wu Tai: Sharp looks to expand globally
Sharp ranks 43rd on the 2022 edition of DIGITIMES Asia Supply Chain 100 (ASC 100), with a revenue of US$22.79 billion. Although its revenue lags behind the likes of Sony, LG Electronics,...
Tuesday 17 May 2022
Tata-owned Tejas Networks open to more acquisition and partnership
Tejas Networks, an optical, broadband, and data networking products company under the Indian conglomerate Tata is open to more acquisitions and partnerships. Speaking to Digitimes...
Tuesday 17 May 2022
WeavAir looking for specialized sensory chips suppliers for fully automated air-monitoring solution
Aware of the air quality and the impact of exhaust emissions since her days studying Ph.D., Natalia Mykhaylova and her team at WeavAir created an analytics tool to help clients in...
Tuesday 17 May 2022
BujiBui makes 3D digital twins accessible anywhere
Utilizing 3D digital twins to operate facilities has become common for enterprises. BujiBui, a Canada-based startup, levels up its digital twins by offering mobile access. The company...