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Outbreak impact: PC, notebook, server
The PC, notebook and server supply chains are being disrupted by the outbreak
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Monday 11 May 2020
Unisoc eyeing tablet chip market
China-based first-tier IC design house Unisoc is eyeing business opportunity in the tablet market sparked by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the company's vice president of...
Friday 8 May 2020
Mobo and graphics card makers likely to withdraw from Computex 2020
International vendors including Intel, AMD and Nvidia are unlikely to participate at Computex this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, prompting major motherboard and graphics card...
Friday 8 May 2020
Inventec enjoys double-digit revenue growth in April
Inventec has reported revenues for April 2020 climbed 17.6% sequentially and 25.7% on year to NT$49.29 billion (US$1.64 billion), as its shipments for notebooks and servers grew ro...
Friday 8 May 2020
Lead time for notebook chips extended on tight foundry capacity
Delivery lead time for notebook-related chips including power management ICs, Type-C chips and other peripheral ICs have been extended by 2-3 months, due mainly to tight 8-inch foundry...
Friday 8 May 2020
Getac April revenues hit record
Ruggedized notebook and tablet maker Getac Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.583 billion (US$85.7 million) for April, a monthly record with growth of 19.69% sequentially...
Friday 8 May 2020
ECS sees increasing orders for educational notebooks, tablets
Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) has seen orders increasing for educational notebooks and tablets from emerging markets in Latin America and Africa since March, with shipments scheduled...
Thursday 7 May 2020
China cloud service providers ramping up demand for memory
China-based cloud service providers have stepped up their purchases of server memory and SSDs since the second quarter of 2020, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 6 May 2020
Nanya revenue hits 18-month high
DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology saw its revenues climb to an 18-month high of NT$5.62 billion (US$188.2 million) in April 2020.
Tuesday 5 May 2020
Microsoft to enjoy highest shipment growth among top cloud computing players in 2Q20, says Digitimes Research
Among the global top-4 cloud computing service providers, Microsoft is expected to have the highest sequential growth at 28.4% in second-quarter 2020 server shipments. Microsoft's...
Tuesday 5 May 2020
Global AIO PC shipments to rebound in 2Q20, says Digitimes Research
Worldwide all-in-one (AIO) PC shipments are expected to rise over 30% sequentially in the second quarter, following a 29% sequential decline in the first quarter, according to Digitimes...
Tuesday 5 May 2020
Worldwide server shipments to rebound in 2Q20, says Digitimes Research
Global server shipments in the first quarter of 2020 recorded a sequential decline of 16.9%, steeper than the 9.8% fall that Digitimes Research had estimated in February, as a result...
Wednesday 29 April 2020
Global notebook shipments to climb over 40% in 2Q20, estimates Digitimes Research
Global notebook shipments are forecast to surge more than 40% sequentially in the second quarter of 2020, thanks to demand arising from remote work, online learning, and other stay-at-home...
Wednesday 29 April 2020
IPC makers see components tight supply from Southeast Asia
IPC makers are beginning to see tight supply of components from Southeast Asia due to impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, with prices likely to rise, according to industry sources...
Monday 27 April 2020
Taiwan IT companies cautious about 2H20
Since the coronavirus pandemic is unlikely to be effectively contained in the short term, many IT enterprises have turned conservative about end-market demand and the global economy...
Monday 27 April 2020
Western Digital raising enterprise HDD prices
Western Digital reportedly is raising its prices for enterprise-use HDDs to reflect increased costs from production and logistics with mainstream products expected to see more than...