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Consolidation may benefit solar industry: Q&A with Chi-jen Chen, chairman of Giga Solar and Gigastorage

Jan 9, 14:59

The Taiwan-based solar supply chain is likely to enter a period of consolidation. For upstream material providers, consolidation between downstream customers may create pressure on...

Chi-jen Chen, chairmanf of Giga Solar and Gigastorage

Huawei to push into enterprise market: Q&A with Jawee Sun, IT product line marketing director of Huawei enterprise BG

Jan 3, 16:31

China-based Huawei Technologies has always been known for its telecom technologies and equipment, but seeing the rise of cloud computing, the company has also become aggressive about...

Jawee Sun, IT product line marketing director of Huawei enterprise business group

Touchscreen offers new opportunity for PC brands: An interview with Acer president

Dec 27, 15:56

The PC industry saw several major developments in 2012, such as the rise of ARM-based products that greatly weakened the influence of the Wintel platform and Microsoft's launch of...

Jim Wong, Acer president

Global EDA industry prospering: Q&A with Walden Rhines, chairman and CEO of Mentor Graphics

Dec 22, 11:23

The global EDA (electronic design automation) market has been growing at a rapid pace since the 2008 financial crisis, sustaining a growth rate higher than the industry's average...

Mentor chairman and CEO Walden Rhines

The challenge for mobile telecom carriers: Q&A with FET president Yvonne Li

Dec 19, 11:02

Along with increasing use of smartphones, competition among mobile telecom carriers is changing and they are faced with a big challenge to transform themselves into total solution...

FET president Yvonne Li

Asustek wins recognition from North America consumers: Q&A with Asustek North America president Steven Chang

Nov 27, 14:52

Asustek Computer's Zenbooks, Transformer tablets and the Nexus 7 have helped expand its brand recognition, raising its share in the North America notebook market from 7% in the second...

Steven Chang, Asustek North America president

Green buildings: Q&A with Arthur Chuang, director of TSMC's New Fab Planning and Engineering Division

Nov 22, 12:06

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certifications for its green buidlings. Digitimes recently sat...

Arthur Chuang, director of TSMC's New Fab and Engineering Division

Developing innovative energy technology: Q&A with Siemens president and CEO Peter Loscher

Nov 20, 14:40

Germany-based Siemens introduced an environmental portfolio in 2011 to help reduce gas emissions by 317 million tons. According to Peter Loscher, president and CEO of Siemens, climate...

Peter Loscher, president and CEO of Siemens

GaN-on-Si for LED: Q&A with Azzurro vice president of sales and marketing Erwin Ysewijn

Nov 9, 14:13

GaN-on-Si is a new technology that has the potential to replace sapphire substrates in the LED supply chain. Erwin Ysewijn, vice president of sales and marketing at Azzurro Semiconductors,...

Erwin Ysewijn, vice president of sales and marketing of Azzurro Semiconductors

Coping with the shrinking ODD business: Q&A with Lite-On IT CEO Danny Liao

Oct 22, 14:53

As the proportion of notebooks equipped with slim-type optical disc drives (ODDs) is on the decline and use of cloud computing-based storage is on the rise, the optical disc storage...

Lite-On IT CEO Danny Liao

Trade barriers bad for solar industry: Q&A with Phoenix Solar president and CEO Murray Cameron

Oct 12, 11:07

The US government announced the final verdict of the anti-dumpig and anti-subsidy investigation against China-based solar firms on October 10, 2012. At PV Taiwan 2012, Digitimes had...

Murray Cameron, president and CEO of Phoenix Solar

The possibilities of Willow glass: Q&A with Corning executives Alan Eusden and Dipak Chowdhury

Oct 8, 15:02

Corning Glass is one of the world's leading makers in specialty glass. One of its latest products is the Willow glass, which promises to enable the commercialization of flexible display...

Dipak Chowdury, Willow Glass Program director at Corning

Gearing up for growing MEMS market: Q&A with Multitest VP of sales and marketing James Quinn

Oct 4, 14:22

MEMS (microelectromechanical system) applications are finding their way into a broader range of devices, with the market expected to grow fast over the next several years, according...

James Quinn, VP of Global Sales & Marketing for Multitest

Addition through subtraction, turning software installation on its head: Q&A with Joshua Shapiro

Sep 5, 17:00

One of the key issues historically on the Wintel (Windows-based PCs) side of the PC industry has been the lack of cooperation between software providers and PC OEMs (vendors). According...

Joshua Shapiro

Losing R&D professionals may turn Taiwan LED firms into OEM firms: Q&A with Epistar chairman Biing-jye Lee

Aug 10, 10:47

Despite the fact the penetration rate of LED backlight units (BLUs) in TVs has been increasing continuously, shining a light on the LED industry, Biing-jye Lee, chairman of Taiwan-based...

Biing-jye Lee, chairman of Epistar

Focus is keyword for corporate restructuring: Q&A with LSI CEO Abhi Talwalkar

Jun 29, 11:46

Abhi Talwalkar has been steering LSI since 2005, initiating a series of restructuring programs from inside out, repositioning the company's product development strategy and finally...

LSI CEO

Solid state storage for the enterprise and consumers: Q&A with Alex Mei, CMO at OCZ Technology

Jun 7, 09:31

Solid state storage is one of the fastest growing segments in the IT industry, with SSD shipments alone forecast to see a CAGR of 63%, to reach over 201 million units in 2016, according...

Alex Mei, CMO at OCZ Technology

Mobos are all about differentiation: Q&A with ECS

Jun 7, 09:31

Elitegroup Computer System (ECS) used to focus on the entry-level and mid-range segments of the motherboard market, but over past two years it has also established a place in the...

David Chien, VP of Channel Business Unit of ECS

Infrared touch: Q&A with IRTouch

Jun 7, 09:30

As early as 1993, IRTouch's R&D team started exploring infrared touch technology. It claims to be the earliest company to have a patent for the technology. In 2003, IRTouch was...

IRTouch

Carrying value: Q&A with Carry Technology president Taron Chang

Jun 7, 09:29

Carry Technology, which develops and manufactures card readers as well as other storage products, has launched its Apotop brand for storage solutions and peripherals. The new brand...

Taron Chang

From hardware vendor to turnkey solution provider: Q&A with Shuttle

Jun 6, 13:49

The PC hardware industry has begun to evolve rapidly in recent years. The emergence of various hardware and software solutions and platforms has enabled hardware players to differentiate...

David Chen, CEO of Shuttle

Trend in mobile computing: Q&A with Intel's Gregory Bryant

Jun 6, 12:31

Leading up to Computex, Digitimes touched base with Intel's Gregory Bryant, VP of sales and marketing group and general manager of Intel Asia-Pacific Region, to find out more about...

Gregory Bryant, VP of sales and marketing group and general manager of Intel Asia-Pacific Region

Division of work still common in industry supply chain: Q&A with Simon Segars of ARM

Jun 5, 15:01

Digitimes recently had the opportunity to talk with Simon Segars, executive VP and GM of ARM's physical IP division, about market trends and development, and how ARM responds...

Simon Segars, executive VP and GM of ARM's physical IP division

Expanding the motherboard market: Q&A with Gigabyte sales and marketing

Jun 5, 11:26

Following the recent launch of Intel's new Ivy Bridge platform, new announcements from AMD, and the growing anticipation for Windows 8, Computex 2012 will provide PC players from...

insist_on_ultra_durable+GIGABYTE

The technology enabler: Q&A with Qualcomm CDMA Technologies president Steve Mollenkopf

Jun 5, 01:40

One of the main themes at Computex this year will be mobile computing and how connected consumer electronics devices will be the future of computing. Digitimes spoke with Qualcomm's...

Steve Mollenkopf, president and chief operating officer, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies

The rollout of 802.11ac Wi-Fi: Q&A with Broadcom senior VP Michael Hurlston

Jun 5, 01:25

One of the hot trends in the IT industry is the rollout of 802.11ac Wi-Fi products. Branded Wi-Fi 5G by Broadcom, 802.11ac offers a promise of improved wireless reliability, range...

Broadcom VP Michael Hurlston

Adata looks to move to high-end of memory and storage market

Jun 5, 01:20

Specializing in memory and storage solutions, Adata Technology has moved to pay more attention to repositioning its brand recognition. Creating synergy among company branches in different...

Andy Chang, VP of Adata channel business division

Spansion gearing up for SLC NAND

Jun 1, 16:18

Spansion has started sampling the company's first single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory, built using SK Hynix' 4Xnm process technology, and packaged and tested by Spansion itself...

Spansion executive talks about Spansion's edge in the NAND flash market

Staying focused on mobile MEMS: Q&A with Bosch Sensortec marketing director Leopold Beer

May 25, 10:31

Bosch Sensortec has announced what the company claims is the smallest inertial measurement unit (IMU) in the market. The combo solution is designed to meet the requirements of mobile...

Leopold Beer, global marketing director for Bosch Sensortec

Keeping industrial interesting: Q&A with analog and mixed signal solution provider Maxim

May 10, 16:46

According to analog and mixed-signal semiconductor maker Maxim Integrated Products, the industrial segment has been the fastest growing analog semiconductor segment over the past...

Maxim's Chris Neil, senior VP, Industrial and Medical Solutions Group

Center of gravity shifts for mixed-signal development: Q&A with Ravi Subramanian, CEO of Berkeley Design Automation

May 8, 11:18

Over the next 30 years, the world's middle class (defined as per capita income of more than US$8,000 a year) will grow to include four billion people, meaning that 170 people are...

Ravi Subramanian, CEO of EDA firm Berkeley Design Automation

Turning C code into silicon in 8-16 weeks: Q&A with semi startup Algotochip

May 4, 15:53

Silicon Valley startup Algotochip specializes in architecting and implementing all aspects of a complete digital solution directly from the C-based algorithm of its customers, and...

Algotochip CTO Satish Padmanabhan (left) and company VP of operations Mike Hong

The rise of China Star Optoelectronics Technology: Q&A with CEO He Chengming

May 4, 15:08

The ramping-up of 8.5G production at China-based BOE Technology and China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT) in the second half of 2011 has brought more uncertainties to the development...

CSOT CEO He Chengming

US solar market is cost-sensitive: Q&A with Chris O'Brien, head of market development at Oerlikon Solar

Apr 30, 09:58

The global solar market went through turbulences in 2011. The prospect for the solar market in 2012 is still unclear due to several incentive cuts by European governments and lack...

Oerlikon

Challenges of upcoming in-cell touch technology: Q&A with TPK chairman Michael Chiang

Apr 27, 16:36

Touch panel maker TPK Holding managed to ramp up its revenues 7-fold to NT$143.37 billion (US$4.86 billion) in 2011 from NT$18.71 billion in 2009. The touch panel vendor also posted...

TPK chairman Michael Chiang
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