Equipment monitoring is part and parcel of smart manufacturing
Taiwan is stepping up efforts developing and promoting green energy, as it aims to terminate nuclear power by 2025.
Patent disputes between MOCVD tool suppliers Veeco and AMEC are intensifying.
Indonesia, the most populus country in Southeast Asia, offers huge business opportunities.
A proposed merger between Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL) has yet to receive approval from the US and China.
TSMC will build its 3nm fab in southern Taiwan.
TSMC chairman has announced he will retire from TSMC in June 2018 after playing a leading role in Taiwan's semiconductor industry for three decades.
PV Taiwan 2017 runs from Oct 18-20 showcasing some of the latest technological developments in the industry. In Taiwan's PV sector, a wave of consolidation is already underway.
The China-based foundry has recently appointed Mong-song Liang as its co-CEO. Liang previously was a key player in advanced process R&D at TSMC and Samsung.
Intel has released its Coffee Lake processors.
Taiwan's PV firms are seeking to form alliances to lower prodution costs and boost competitiveness.
The 2017 edition of the annual Touch Taiwan trade show runs in Taipei from September 20 to 22.
18:9 all-screen displays are the new favorites of smartphone vendors.
The 2017 edition of the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT), considered one of the most important events of the IT industries, has kicked off in Taipei. The event runs from September 10-13.
Taiwan is holding a series of events September 6-9, 2017 to showcase the latest trends of industrial automation and robotics.
Vendors are showcasing their new products at IFA 2017 in Berlin from September 1-6.
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Many Taiwan-based solar firms have reported losses for 2Q17, fueling the prospect of consolidation of the sector
The IT tradeshow this year runs from May 30-June 3 with over 1,600 exhibitors and 5,010 booths. The show features 4 exhibition areas: SmarTEX, InnoVEX, iStyle, and Gaming & VR.
MWC Shanghai 2017 showcases the latest mobile terchnologies and trends.