1454 news items tagged chairman
Ennostar combines LED with III-V compound semiconductors, says chairmanThursday 7 January 2021
Ennostar has become an investment platform combining R&D and production of LED with that of III-V compound semiconductor components in Taiwan through its affiliates, according...
ICT makers have advantages in EV development, says Foxconn chairmanWednesday 6 January 2021
ICT makers, as compared with traditional automakers and software startups, have advantages in the development of electric vehicles (EVs), according to Young-Way Liu, chairman of Foxconn...
EnnoStar to see mini LED taking up 20-30% of 2021 revenues, says Epistar chairmanFriday 25 December 2020
EnnoStar, a holding company jointly established by Epistar and Lextar Electronics, expects applications of mini LED technology to contribute 20-30% of its 2021 consolidated revenues,...
Tatung aims at revenues of NT$100 billion for 2025, says new chairmanFriday 25 December 2020
Tatung, through transformation of business operation in five aspects, aims to increase annual consolidated revenues from about NT$20 billion (US$693 million) at present to NT$100...
Taiwan investors should change mentality towards startups, says Wistron chairmanWednesday 23 December 2020
Taiwan's investors should change their mentality about entrepreneurships, giving more support to startups, according to Wistron chairman Simon Lin.
SMIC struggling to obtain EUV litho equipmentThursday 17 December 2020
China's SMIC is struggling to obtain crucial EUV lithography equipment for the development of its sub-7nm process technologies, and will be seeking a dialogue with ASML with the help...
Taiwan makers not worried by double booking, says Pegatron chairmanThursday 17 December 2020
Taiwan-based supply chains have much experience in coping with double booking, and have measures in place to handle such situations, according to Pegatron chairman TH Tung.
LCD panel shortage worsening, says AUO chairmanThursday 17 December 2020
The shortage of LCD panels has worsend after a strong earthquake struck northeastern Taiwan and a power outage hit glass substate supplier Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) in Japan recently,...
Taiwan firms face critical moments in next 3-5 years in quantum computing, says Foxconn chairThursday 17 December 2020
Foxconn Technology Group (Hon Hai Precision Industry) chairman Young-Way Liu has pointed out that quantum computing is attracting more global attention, and the next three to five...
Pegatron chairman urges Taiwan to ease restrictions on foreign professionalsWednesday 16 December 2020
Taiwan must relax regulations on recruiting foreign professionals to facilitate its econommic development, Pegatron chairman TH Tung has urged.
Pegatron on track to commence investment project in India, says chairmanWednesday 16 December 2020
Pegatron is on track to step up its investment in India, according to company chairman TH Tung, despite a riot at a Wistron plant in the country.
No cutback in customer orders, says TSMC chairmanWednesday 16 December 2020
TSMC chairman Mark Liu has dismissed recent speculation that claimed a cutback in 5nm chip orders from Apple would drag down the foundry's 5nm process capacity utilization to 80%...
Merck sets up OLED materials lab and production lines in TaiwanTuesday 15 December 2020
Merck has set up an R&D lab and related production lines in Taiwan to develop and produce inkjet printing OLED materials targeting medium-size display applications, according...
Foxconn chairman optimistic about EV development in 1H21Monday 14 December 2020
Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai) chairman Young-Way Liu has expressed optimism about the business prospects for the development of electric vehicles (EVs) in first-half 2021.
Foundry shortage a major issue for IC designers, says MediaTek chairMonday 14 December 2020
Foundry capacity supply shortages will remain the biggest issue facing IC design houses, and the problem can hardly be solved in the near future, according to MediaTek chairman MK...
Chief Telecom expects over 10% growth in 2021 profitsMonday 7 December 2020
Taiwan-based Chief Telecom expects its profitability to see a double-digit growth on year in 2021 as the pandemic-driven demand for stay-at-home applications will persist, according...
Compatibility necessary for IoT development, says Advantech chairmanThursday 3 December 2020
IoT development is expected to bottom out in 2020, with demand likely to grow fast over the next five years, hinging on compatibility among different platforms and apps, according...
DRAM likely to be in short supply in 2H21, says PSMC chairmanTuesday 1 December 2020
The global supply of DRAM memory will likely fall short of demand in the second half of 2021, according to Frank Huang, chairman for Taiwan-based foundry Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing...
Bough Lin to resign as SPIL chairmanMonday 30 November 2020
Bough Lin will resign as chairman of Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL), according to ASE Technology, the parent company for SPIL.
DRAM market to reach supply-demand balance in 1H21, says Adata chairmanMonday 30 November 2020
The global DRAM memory market will reach the balance of supply and demand in the first half of 2021, with limited growth in the overall bit supply coupled with a gradual rise in demand...
MediaTek optimistic about 2021Thursday 19 November 2020
MediaTek is confident its complete mobile SoC lineup will buoy its performance in 2021, according to company chairman Rick Tsai.
AST expects 2021 operation to stay robustWednesday 18 November 2020
Acer Synergy Tech (AST), an affiliate of the Acer Group that focuses on providing system integration services, is set to be listed on Taiwan's over-the-counter market by year-end...
Ampacs to expand production capacity in VietnamTuesday 17 November 2020
Gaming handset and TWS (true wireless stereo) earphone maker Ampacs plans to invest NT$200 million (US$6.9 million) to add an integrated production line at its factory in Vietnam,...
Quanta expands investments in Thailand subsidiaryMonday 16 November 2020
Quanta Computer has announced an investment of THB2 billion (US$70.08 million) in QMB, a subsidiary in Thailand, to fund its purchases of production equipment.
Yageo breaks ground for new plant in southern TaiwanMonday 16 November 2020
Yageo recently broke ground for a new plant at an industrial park in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan where the passive component vendor has two plants.
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Barry Lam, chairman of Quanta Computer at Microsoft's 20 years anniversary event
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