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  • Blockchain becomes a key technology for FinTech solutions
    Cryptocurrency exchange platform BitoEX will participate at FinTech Festival 2019 in Singapore from November 11-15 along with another 13 FinTech solution developers, all led by Taiwan-based FinTech organization FinTechSpace.
  • Quanta Computer expects impressive results for its server lines next year
    The commercialization of 5G is injecting momentum into the serve industry. Taiwan-based ODM Quanta Computer expects impressive results for its server lines next year, with shipments to telecom carriers in Europe and the US to start in...
  • Quanta partners with Asustek, Taiwan Mobile and NCHC to build a cloud computing platform
    Quanta Computer has started shipping 5G x86 servers to Japan's Rakuten, and is in talks with a number of Europe- and US-based telecom carriers for shipments slated to kick off in the second half of 2020, according to company senior vice president Mike Yang.
  • Quanta has developed its first autonomous vehicle
    Quanta Computer has developed its first autonomous vehicle, and tested in recently in the US, according to company senior vice president Mike Yang.
  • LG Innotek's 5G communication module for automotive
    LG Innotek has announced it has developed an automotive communication module based on Qualcomm's 5G chip.
  • Sever ODMs see tight supply for Intel 14nm CPUs
    The impact of the shortages of Intel's 14nm CPUs seems to be rippling out from the PC to the sever sector. Sever ODMs now see tight supply for Intel 14nm CPUs with their stocks reportedly going under safe levels. Despite the pressure, the server...
  • Huawei has announced that during the first three quarters of 2019 it generated CNY610.8 billion
    Huawei has announced that during the first three quarters of 2019 it generated CNY610.8 billion (US$86.05 billion) in revenues, an increase of 24.4% on year. The company's net profit margin in the period was 8.7%.
  • TUC may see 2019 operation affect by negative factors
    Copper clad laminate (CCL) maker Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) has reportedly encountered some quality issues that may lead to loss of some major orders from Google, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • Intel 14nm server CPUs in tight supply
    Server ODMs have reportedly seen the supply of Intel's 14nm CPUs become tight but remain sufficient to support their shipments in the fourth quarter, according to sources from the server industry.
  • AWS Greater China principal enterprise evangelist Xia Zhang
    Amazon Web Services (AWS) is eyeing a bigger presence in China's fast growing cloud computing market, according to Xia Zhang, Greater China principal enterprise evangelist at AWS.
  • Kiwi Technology chair Judy Lee
    Taiwan-based LoRa IoT solutions provider Kiwi Technology has newly ventured its products into the Japan market, with clients including a leading telecom operator, a top retailer and system integrators, according to company chair Judy Lee.
  • Demand for robots may not recover until mid-2020
    With manufacturers starting to move some production out of China to avoid the US tariff on products imported from the "world's factory," robot and automation solution providers are expected to see demand remain weak until at least mid-2020, after which relocated makers may begin to make plans for automated...
  • MSI AMR for the service robot market
    Micro-Star International (MSI) has launched its service robot, the Autonomous Mobility Robot (AMR), which features sensors and positioning device to help create maps of its working areas for it to travel around and handle tasks.
  • Taiwan is gearing up to introduce AI talent from India
    Taiwan is gearing up to introduce AI talent from India to address shortages of high-end R&D engineers in the IT industry, as part of its efforts to deepen partnerships with 18 countries targeted by its New Southbound Policy designed to strengthen trade and economic ties with South and Southeast...
  • Taiwan's environmental protection authority set up IoT-based air pollution monitoring network
    Taiwan's environmental protection authority has been installing air quality sensors around the country to form an IoT-based network of monitoring air pollution mainly caused by factories.
  • Outgoing TCA chairman TH Tung
    Paul Peng, chairman of AU Optronics (AUO), is being tipped to be the next chairman of Taipei Computer Association (TCA), succeeding incumbent TH Tung, who is obligated to step down after serving two consecutive terms.
  • Chenbro sees September revenues flat on year
    Taiwan-based server chassis expert Chenbro Micom has announced consolidated revenues of NT$570 million (US$18.33 million) for September, flat on year.
  • Worldwide server shipments to see CAGR of 6.5% from 2019-2024
    The server industry is having a weak 2019 due to high inventory levels at clients, but global server shipments are expected to grow around 5% on year in 2020 as clients' inventory disgestion has almost reached an end. There are three major factors driving the server market from 2019 to 2024: more enterprises...
  • Quanta chairman Barry Lam
    Quanta Computer has achieved significant progress in investments it made in smart medical care over a year ago, understanding more about what role it can play through communication with firms in the sector, according to company chairman Barry Lam.
  • Taiwan unveils AI Hub

    Oct 4, 14:02
    AI
    The Industrial Development Bureau has started operation of AI Hub, a web-based one-stop AI application platform that is part of the 4-year (2018-2021) Taiwan AI Action Plan, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
  • Inventec has bought a new plant in Taiwan
    Inventec has invested NT$1.18 billion (US$37.78 million) to acquire a new plant in Taoyuan, Taiwan to expand its capacity locally, according to a company posting on Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE).
  • AMD CPUs gain affection from enterprise applications
    AMD, in addition to growing presence in the PC DIY market, has also seen rising momentum in the enterprise segment with the adoption of its CPUs in Chromebooks, servers and regular notebooks.
  • Dell reportedly plans to increase its server purchases from Taiwan
    Dell reportedly plans to increase its server purchases from Taiwan, and has also scaled up its workforce locally, according to industry sources.
  • Differentiation and customization are two major concerns for biomedical startups
    Differentiation and customization are two major concerns for biomedical startups when they foray into the market for smart healthcare solutions, as many hospitals and care centers hope to have their own distinct medical services and technologies, according to Ken Yu, CEO of iMedtac, a Taiwan-based...
  • Medical devices need support of cross-domain integration
    For biomedical startups, solving industry issues and integrating cross-domain connections will be their two core values, and they will have a chance of enjoying unlimited growth if they start with broad industry perspectives and move to build cross-nation, cross-industry linkages, according to Ken...

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