Server, IPC, cloud computing, IoT
  • Intel's CPUs in 2021 will be made by 10nm process
    Intel is expected to see strong growths in sales and profits in 2021 thanks to the releases of new-generation 10nm CPUs, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • mih
    Foxconn Electronics has selected Jack Cheng, former executive president and co-founder of China-based electric vehicle (EV) vendor NIO, to be in charge of planning for its MIH alliance and supervising the open platform's hardware specifications.
  • Seagate Taiwan Manager Vic Huang
    With the amount of global data expected to grow over 40% over the next two years, Seagate has recently launched its latest 20TB hard disc drive (HDD) and is set to expand the storage capacity to 30TB and 50TB, according to Vic Huang, country manager of Seagate Taiwan.
  • agv
    Many manufacturers have generally adopted AI-based AOI (automated optical inspection) solutions and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) as initial subsystems on their way to installing large smart manufacturing systems based on Industry 4.0 architecture, according to industry sources.
  • asrock
    Motherboard and graphics card maker ASRock and ASMedia Technology, a fabless chipmaker specializing in high-speed transmission chips, both enjoyed revenue surges in 2020 with promising sales prospects this year.
  • Taiwan III-V IC companies to see growing demand from 5G and Wi-Fi 6 applications in 2021
    As 5G and Wi-Fi 6 are becoming the mainstream specifications for the IT market in 2021, Taiwan's III-V IC companies are expected to maintain a high utilization in the year. Server...
  • Server ODMs are optimistic about 2021
    With Intel ramping up its 10nm Ice Lake Xeon server processor output, Taiwan's server makers have turned optimistic about their shipment prospects for 2021 and may embrace the strongest-ever first quarter in the year also bolstered by continued strong demand for cloud applications, according to industry...
  • Shuttle turns to the medical care product business
    VIA Technologies and Shuttle are both expected to see rising profits in the next few years thanks to contribution by their non-PC businesses.
  • Quanta Cloud Technology president Mike Yang
    Following years of deployments in 5G-based ORAN (open radio access network), Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), a subsidiary of Quanta Computer, has set sail on a new journey to help enterprises fulfill digital transformation with software-hardware integrated solutions, some of which were unveiled to system...
  • renesas
    Renesas Electronics and Sequans Communications have jointly announced an expansion of their collaboration to include development of 5G modules based on the latter's upcoming Taurus 5G platform. Renesas will gain non-exclusive technology access and licensing from Sequans.
  • Demand for ruggedized PCs to resume regular growths in 2021
    Sales of ruggedized PCs were seriously hit by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, but are expected to begin to recover in 2021 as enterprises will resume procurement with COVID-19 vaccines to be gradually available, according to market observers.
  • Datacenter operators showed interest in immersion liquid cooling solutions
    As Intel and AMD are expected to release their next-generation server CPUs in the first quarter of 2021, US- and Europe-based datacenter operators have accelerated their paces in adopting liquid cooling solutions for the new systems, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • server
    The overall server market in India grew 0.3% on year to reach US$281.1 million in revenues in third-quarter 2020, thanks to demand from hyperscalers, according to IDC.
  • Ashwin Pershad, Tech Mahindra country head in Taiwan
    Taiwanese companies planning to invest in India might have second thoughts in the wake of a riot at Wistron's plant in Narasapura stemming from salary disputes. But the opportunities of forming partnerships in India to create synergy remain tempting.
  • server
    Robust demand for server-related hardward and software in the wake of the pandemic has boosted sales at Taiwan-based makers in this market segment. Digitimes Research estimates that Taiwanese makers will see server-related revenues grow...
  • Taiwan server-related product revenues to grow 11% on year in 2020
    Taiwan makers will see revenues from server-related hardware and software including motherboards, full-rack systems, networking equipment and storage equipment, increase by about 11% on year to reach over NT$1.5 trillion (US$52.88 billion) in 2020, higher than the 7% growth in server shipments in the...
  • Notebook, mobo and graphics card makers to embrace bright prospects for 1H21
    Taiwan-based makers of notebooks, motherboards and graphics cards are expected to see a strong first-half 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive demand for these devices enabling remote work, education, and other stay-at-home activities, according to industry sources.
  • Chung-Yu Mou, director of NTHU's Center for Quantum Technology (right)
    Taiwanese enterprises still do not know what they can do with quantum technologies and are not ready to take part in long-term projects, according to Chung-Yu Mou, director of National Tsing Hua University's (NTHU) Center for Quantum Technology.
  • Taiwanese PCB makers are expected to begin shipping for Whitley-based servers in 2Q21
    Taiwan's PCB supply chain players are expected to gradually ramp up shipments for servers adopting Intel's next-generation Whitley platform starting second-quarter 2021 at the earliest, according to industry sources.
  • huawei
    Huawei Technologies has signed a framework agreement with China-based automaker Chery Automobile for joint development of smart solutions for automobiles, according to Chinese media reports.
  • AImazing
    AImazing, founded in 2015, was groomed by Taiwan-based accelerator AppWorks. AImazing, which set up its headuqarters in Singapore and R&D base in Taiwan in 2017, was about to take off with its acoustic application when regulation changes in the Southeast Asian city state curbed its mobile payment...
  • zoom
    Zoom Video Communications has announced that it will expand its presence in Singapore by opening a new research and development center.
  • ipc
    POS device and kiosk makers Posiflex Technology and Firich Enterprises have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but are expecting a rebound in 2021, according to the companies.
  • Acer e-Enabling Service Business president Chou Hsin-jung (center)
    Acer e-Enabling Service Business (AEB) aims to be a helpful partner for enterprises during their digital transformation, providing them with cloud computing and value-added services for IT products and AIoT (AI+IoT) capability, according to company president Chou Hsin-jung.
  • Intel Ice Lake server CPUs are set to be available in 2021
    Cooling solution providers are expected to see orders grow from the server sector as Intel's new 10nm Ice Lake processors and AMD's Milan EPYC CPUs made using 7nm EUV process are set to become available in the first half of 2021, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

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