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  • IC foundries have seen their 8-inch fab utilization rates pick up recently, driven by a pull-in of orders for IoT and automotive electronics applications, according to sources at...
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    Taiwan-based suppliers of MLCCs and chip resistors are expected to see demand pick up gradually later in the second quarter of 2019, with factory utilization rates rebounding, according...
  • Demand for LCD interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in China has been rising, attracting panel makers in Korea, Japan, Taiwan and local players to step up efforts seeking larger shares...
  • Networking IC design specialist Realtek Semiconductor saw its revenues hit a record high of NT$12.83 billion (US$415.8 million) in the first quarter...

  • UV%2DC+LED+modules+used+in+sterilization+and+purification
    Demand for UV-C LED modules for disinfection applications is likely to take off in second-half 2019, as a ban on production, exports and imports of mercury-containing goods will take...
  • DRAM ASPs are forecast to fall 15-20% sequentially in the second quarter of 2019, and drop another 10% in the third quarter, according to DRAMeXchange.
  • COG packaging demand picking up

    Tuesday 2 April 2019
    COG (chip-on-glass) packaging demand has picked up recently as some Taiwan-based suppliers of TDDI (touch and display driver integrated) chips adopt the method to replace COF (chip-on-film)...
  • gcl
    China-based solar poly-Si wafer maker GCL-Poly Energy, in response to shrinking demand, has focused marketing on black poly-Si, quasi-mono-Si models and mono-Si wafers, according...
  • Miin+Wu
    Memory market demand is expected to pick up in the second half of 2019, according to Miin Wu, chairman for flash memory and mask ROM chipmaker Macronix International.
  • ABF substrate demand promising

    Friday 29 March 2019
    Ajinomoto build-up film (ABF) substrate demand will remain robust and be even more bullish in the era of 5G, when a diverse range of applications emerges, according to industry sou...
  • CPU shortages continued driving down global PC shipments in the first quarter of 2019 and even blurring order visibility for the second quarter. This, in turn, is seen to dim business...
  • EIH+president+Johnson+Lee
    E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) has reported that its earnings hit a 7-year high in 2018 thanks to robust demand for its electronic shelf label (ESL) products.
  • Metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) prices, which saw significant increases in 2018, have come under downward pressure due to a slowdown in demand, according...
  • AOS+senior+VP+of+global+sales+Bing+Xue
    Alpha & Omega Semiconductor (AOS), which designs and manufactures power semiconductors for a broad range of applications, will start production at its new 12-inch wafer plant...
  • GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors expects to see its capacity utilization rate recover starting the second quarter, thanks to a ramp-up of orders for new smartphones rolled out by Asia-based...
  • Taiwan-based FineMat Applied Materials, a maker of common metal masks (CMM) needed for OLED panel production, is actively expanding capacity to meet increasing demand for OLED applications...
  • Recent concerns over market conditions, coupled with a sharp downturn in average selling prices, will lead the DRAM market to reach just US$77 billion in 2019 - a 22% year-over-year...
  • Pegatron+and+TCA+chairman+TH+Tung
    In the wake of concerns about hardware oversupply amid weak demand for the Apple iPhone, TH Tung, chairman of Pegatron and Taipei Computer Association (TCA), has pointed out that...
  • Inventec+cautious+about+2019
    Continued sluggish demand for servers and notebooks, Intel's ongoing CPU shortages and unfavorable global trade conditions are casting a shadow over Inventec's business outlook this...
  • Micron+chief+business+officer+Sumit+Sadana
    With memory demand for automotive set to grow robustly, Micron Technology is gearing up for the market boom by accelerating its deployments of related products and technologies, according...
  • Unitech+expects+growing+orders+from+handset+peripherals
    Unitech Printed Circuit Board is optimistic about demand for handset peripherals in 2019, when shipments of the company's rigid-flex boards are expected to grow and drive its overall...
  • Mark+Liu%2C+chairman+for+TSMC
    Taiwan-based chipmakers are mostly engaged in the non-memory semiconductor market, where demand is expected to start recovering gradually in the second quarter of 2019, according...
  • TSMC has seen a significant pickup in foundry demand for AI, IoT and 5G chips from China's IC design sector and global tech firms seeking to develop chips on their own, according...
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    TSMC's new 8-inch wafer fab to be built in Tainan will have its capacity mostly fulfill robust orders for automotive chips from STMicroelectronics and other dedicated chipmakers,...
  • Demand outlook for new iPads weak

    Friday 22 March 2019
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    Apple has recently released its new iPad Air and iPad mini, but sources from the upstream supply chain have pointed out that the new tablets' shipments are unlikely to pick up until...
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