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Friday 3 September 2021
Taiwan PCB supply chain players gearing up for fundraising
Taiwan's makers in the PCB supply chain are gearing up for fundraising in order to carry out their capacity expansions and new technology development projects, according to industry...
Thursday 2 September 2021
Win Semi to grow stake in CCL maker Iteq
Taiwan's GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors will participate in Iteq's capital increment project to grow its stake in the CCL maker to 17.08%, seeking to better explore immense business...
Friday 27 August 2021
CCL equipment maker Asia Metal enjoys strong order momentum
Taiwan-based CCL equipment supplier Asia Metal Industries (AMI) continues to see a surge in orders from clients in Taiwan and China, and has expressed optimism about its operations...
Monday 23 August 2021
Taiwan suppliers bracing for new business opportunities from SpaceX
There is still quite some distance to commercialization of satellite communications, but Taiwan makers in the supply chain of Starlink, an Internet satellite project by SpaceX, are...
Friday 20 August 2021
New 3M glass bubbles enable faster, more reliable 5G infrastructure and devices
3M has introduced a new member of its high-strength hollow glass bubbles product line to provide a low-loss high-speed high frequency (HSHF) resin additive for composite materials...
Wednesday 11 August 2021
IC shortages to continue impacting 3Q21 server shipments, says Digitimes Research
Global server shipments in the second quarter of 2021 saw a smaller sequential increase than Digitimes Research's estimated 14%, up only 9% from a quarter ago, due mainly to shortages...
Friday 16 July 2021
CCL makers to ramp up shipments to China for 5G base stations in 2H21
Taiwan's CCL makers including Iteq and Taiwan Union Technology (TUC) will see their shipments of high-frequency/speed CCL materials for 5G base station application rise significantly...
Wednesday 7 July 2021
Taiwan CCL makers look to high-end offerings for 2H21 growth
Taiwan's CCL makers will see shipments of their high-frequency and high-speed offerings for servers, network switches and base stations surge steadily, with clear revenue gains looming...
Monday 5 July 2021
Iteq to develop high-end CCLs for handsets, IC substrates, mmWave antennas
Taiwan's CCL maker Iteq will step up its business diversification, with more efforts on developing high-end CCL materials for handset, IC substrate and flexible mmWave antenna applications,...
Friday 2 July 2021
EMC to grow substantially sales of high-end CCLs in 2H21
Taiwan-based CCL manufacturer Elite Material (EMC) expects sales of its high-frequency and high-speed products to rise substantially and account for a larger proportion of revenue...
Thursday 1 July 2021
CCL and PCB firms see bullish copper foil price trend continuing
Copper foil prices prices will remain on a bullish course despite recent correction in copper prices at the London Metal Exchange (LME), according to sources at CCL and PCB manufac...
Wednesday 30 June 2021
Apple reportedly enlists five suppliers of AiP substrates for new mmWave iPhnones
Apple reportedly has enlisted AT&S as a new supplier of BT-based AiP (antenna in package) substrates for new 5G mmWave iPhones to be released later in the year, expanding to five...
Wednesday 30 June 2021
PCB materials prices stop rising
Upstream PCB materials prices have stopped rising and stabilized, relieving some pressure on PCB makers though the materials remain in tight supply, according to industry sources.
Monday 21 June 2021
CCL demand for 5G base stations may gain momentum in Europe, US in 2022
CCL demand for 5G base station applications in the US and Europe are not expected to take off until 2022 at the earliest, according to industry sources.
Friday 18 June 2021
PCB, CCL makers to scale up shipments for 400G switches in 3Q21
Taiwan-based PCB and CCL makers are expected to see their shipments for 400G network switches rise substantially starting in the third quarter of 2021, according to supply chain so...