LED automotive lighting module maker Laster Tech has restored 90% of production capacity at its Shanghai plant in China, and is stepping up fulfilling its backlog of orders, according to the Taiwan-based company.
Taiwan-based cooling solution provider Jentech Precision Industrial is optimistic about its operation in the second half of 2022 as demand from datacenter servers, and electric vehicles (EVs) will remain robust despite the rising global inflation and weakening economy.
CMOS image sensor (CIS) packaging specialist Tong Hsing Electronic Industries is poised to see revenue contribution ratio for automotive applications climb to over 45% in 2022, and is also stepping up its deployment in the low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite field, according to the Yageo-affiliated company.
Many years ago, when Tesla came to Taiwan looking for technical cooperation, and Delta Electronics was one of the key partners. Later, Delta expanded its layout to include charging piles, and Rohm has proposed solutions to improve efficiency, with the pair expanding cooperation from traditional power supplies to EV applications.
XSemi, a joint venture between Hon Hai Precision Industry (Foxconn) and Yageo, has acquired a nearly 30% stake in Advanced Power Electronics (APEC), becoming the largest shareholder of the Taiwan-based power MOSFET maker, according to industry sources.
Imagine having your gas-powered motorcycle converted into an electric one without needing to buy a new one - that is what BlueWing Motors can do for you and for the carbon market that is to come in Southeast Asia.
Macronix International has gradually expanded its share of global car-use NOR flash market with its offerings already on a par with bigger international counterparts including Infineon, according to Miin Wu, chairman for the Taiwan-based memory chipmaker.
Eight Japanese carmakers have reported global output falls by a combined 21% year-on-year in April (about 1.63 million vehicles), as the shortages of automotive chips and parts continue to disrupt their production, according to Japanese media reports.
With Bosch and other tier-one suppliers looking to negotiate higher chip prices with customers, the cost of electric vehicle (EV) chips may exceed that of batteries, according to China-based WM Motor Technology.