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Memoright expands presence in eMCP field

Aug 22, 10:29

Memoright has grown its customer base in the handset eMCP field with monthly shipments already surpassing one million devices, according to company president Alex Kuo.

Taiwan-based motor maker Kuo Shuay obtains UL certification for motor efficiency lab

Nov 9, 15:37

Taiwan-based motor maker Kuo Shuay Industrial has obtained certification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and became the fifth firm in the world to obtain certification for its...

ECS passes 2011 finance report with growth of more than 7%

Jun 26, 01:10

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) hosted a shareholder meeting on June 25, passing its finance report for 2011 with consolidated revenues reaching NT$72.7 billion (US$2.43 billion),...

Taiwan market: Nvidia appoints 25-Year industry veteran Tom Kuo to key sales post

Aug 10, 16:54

Nvidia has announced that Tom Kuo, a 25-year veteran of the IT industry, has been appointed to the role of vice president of sales and marketing for Taiwan, effective immediately.

Apple readies 11.6-inch MacBook Air and new iPod touch

Jul 15, 14:10

Apple is ready to launch a new generation MacBook Air featuring an 11.6-inch display and Intel Core i-series ultra-low voltage processor in the second half of 2010, as well as a new...

SSD market set for robust growth: Q&A with Memoright president Alex Kuo

May 17, 16:21

The market for solid-state drives (SSD) is expected to grow robustly from 2011 onwards, due to a combination of, chip fabricators shifting to more advanced processes, rising storage...

Memoright president Alex Kuo

HP to develop WebOS for IT services and tablet PCs, say Acer chairman and Digitimes analysts

Apr 30, 10:16

Acer chairman JT Wang said in a recent interview that he believes Hewlett Packard's acquisition of Palm is not purely for smartphone development, but to also strengthen its push into...

Kinsus cautiously optimistic about consumer electronics sales outlook in 2H08

Jun 2, 14:45

Despite trimming its second-quarter sales guidance, Kinsus Interconnect Technology said it is cautiously optimistic about the consumer electronics sales outlook in the second half...

Kinsus company chairman Tzu-Hsien Tung
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