Huawei crisis
The US export ban on Huawei has seen majot tech firms sever ties with the Chinese telecom equipment and handset vendor.
Saturday 22 June 2019
G2 and Beyond: SoftBank chairman, Foxconn founder, Katerra CEO shed light on global supply chain at Taipei forum
Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou, SoftBank Group chairman Masayoshi Son, and Katerra CEO Michael E Marks gathered together at a Taipei forum on June 22 to dissect the importance...
Friday 21 June 2019
Taiwan IC design houses to see Huawei orders ramp up
Taiwan-based IC design houses are expected to enjoy a ramp-up in orders placed by Huawei, which intends to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm and other US chip giants, starting the second...
Wednesday 19 June 2019
Huawei cutting flagship smartphone shipments, says Digitimes Research
Following its decision to axe orders for its entry-level and low-end smartphones that use non-Kirin processors in May, Huawei also began cutting orders in early June for its flagship...
Tuesday 18 June 2019
PCB supply chain moves to counter weakening Huawei handset shipments
As Huawei's handset shipments are expected to fall significantly on US trade ban, Taiwan PCB makers have moved to carry out risk diversification deployments by enhancing shipments...
Thursday 13 June 2019
Already detrimental to Huawei's smartphone business, the US ban will impact the telecom and enterprise equipment market in the long run
With Huawei already stocking up on crucial components, the US Commerce Department's ban will not stop Huawei from providing its products and services in the short term. However, the...
Wednesday 12 June 2019
HiSilicon sees growth trapped by US Huawei ban
HiSilicon, Huawei's chip design subsidiary, will likely fail to beat MediaTek and become the largest Asia-based fabless chipmaker in 2019 as its shipment growth will be affected negatively...
Tuesday 11 June 2019
Delta Electronics expects 2Q19 revenues to grow sequentially, says chairman
Power supply maker and energy management solution provider Delta Electronics expects second-quarter 2019 consolidated revenues to increase significantly sequentially, according to...
Tuesday 11 June 2019
Huawei demand for 5G infrastructure materials may drop slightly due to redesign
Huawei may slow slightly down its pace of pulling in shipments of PCBs and related materials for 5G base stations in the short term as the company is redesigning circuit layouts to...
Tuesday 11 June 2019
New IC supply chain may loom in Asia for China tech sector
A new supply chain for China IT firms may gradually take shape in Asia in the future as they are seeking to wean themselves off US suppliers of crucial components and facilitate their...
Monday 10 June 2019
Huawei suspends notebook deliveries and development
Huawei has recently asked its notebook supply chain partners to suspend deliveries, and has also halted all its new notebook projects, according to sources from the related upstream...
Wednesday 5 June 2019
Trade ban to slash Huawei smartphone shipments in 2019, says Digitimes Research
Trade restrictions imposed by the US government on Huawei are set to have an adverse impact on the China-based vendor's smartphone shipments in 2019, according to Digitimes Research...
Thursday 30 May 2019
Micron striving to cushion impact of US trade ban on Huawei
Micron Technology is striving to mitigate the impact of the US trade ban on Huawei, according to the US memory chip vendor.
Monday 27 May 2019
Taiwan MOSFET supply chain gaining rush orders from Huawei
Taiwan's 6-inch wafer foundry houses such as Mosel Vitelic have been landing rush orders from China - probably from the Huawei camp - in May for processing MOSFET chips for use in...
Friday 24 May 2019
Samsung tablet business to benefit from US-China trade tensions, says Digitimes Research
Samsung Electronics is expected to benefit from the US placing a 25% tariff on tablets imported from China as almost all of the Korea-based vendor's tablet manufacturing is done at...
Friday 24 May 2019
Huawei stepping up memory chip purchases from Japan, Korea
Huawei is looking to step up purchases of memory chips from its Japan- and South Korea-based suppliers, including Toshiba Memory and SK Hynix, according to industry sources.