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Thursday 30 June 2022
KYEC on track to post revenue growth in 2022
IC testing house King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) expects to post revenue growth in 2022, as strong demand for automotive and industrial chips will offset weakness in demand for consumer...
Monday 27 June 2022
Taiwan IC test supply chain gaining from HPC chip boom
Taiwan's suppliers of high-end IC test interface solutions are poised to enjoy growing HPC chip demand for AI, datacenter and server applications, particularly now that Chinese chipmakers...
Monday 20 June 2022
Taiwan backend partners gear up for new AMD, Nvidia HPC chips
Leading CPU and GPU vendors AMD and Nvidia are all set to commercialize brand-new CPU and GPU platforms in 2023, and their backend partners in Taiwan are all gearing up to give full...
Tuesday 7 June 2022
Taiwan-based IC testing firms maintain positive outlook for 2022
Taiwan-based IC testing firms expect to enjoy strong demand for high-end testing driven by network chips, high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, power management ICs (PMIC),...
Friday 20 May 2022
IC test solutions providers see orders for HPC chips boom
IC test solutions providers including Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT), MPI and WinWay Technology have seen a strong influx of probe card and final-test socket orders for HPC processors,...
Monday 16 May 2022
Taiwan OSATs embracing more car, industrial IC orders from IDMs
International IDMs including Infineon and STMicroelectronics continue stepping up production of automotive, industrial control and networking chips to meet ever-rising demand, outsourcing...
Tuesday 19 April 2022
OSATs say production remains normal in Suzhou amid semi-lockdown
Taiwan-based OSATs including ASE Technology have said their local manufacturing operations in Suzhou remain normal despite the city entering a COVID-induced semi-lockdown, but they...
Friday 15 April 2022
ASE capacity utilization to stay high for IDMs, HPC chip vendors
Taiwan's leading OSAT ASE Technology is expected to sustain high capacity utilization throughout 2022, bolstered by expanded outsourcing orders from automotive chip IDMs and long-term...
Friday 8 April 2022
Testing firms on track to fulfill new product development projects for MediaTek
MediaTek's testing partners including King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) and Sigurd Microelectronics, and IC test interface specialists, such as Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT), WinWay...
Thursday 7 April 2022
Automotive CIS emerging as new blue-ocean market for supply chain
It seems that CMOS image sensor (CIS) demand momentum for mainstream handset applications has become stagnant amid unclear market prospects, but the automotive CIS segment is emerging...
Friday 1 April 2022
IC test interface vendors diversifying into non-handset chip segments
Taiwan's IC test interface specialists including Chunghwa Precision Test Tech (CHPT) are striving hard to strengthen deployments in multiple market segments beyond handsets as demand...
Tuesday 29 March 2022
Testing houses see customers turn cautious
Dedicated testing houses including Sigurd Microelectronics and King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) have seen their customers increasingly adopt a wait-and-see attitude towards order commitments...
Monday 28 March 2022
IDMs, backend partners expanding automotive CIS capacity
International IDMs such as Onsemi and Sony are keenly expanding capacities for automotive CMOS image sensors (CIS) to meet ever-mounting demand for ADAS applications, and their backend...
Friday 25 March 2022
MediaTek sees macro factors challenging in 2022
Unfavorable macro factors including geopolitical tensions will be challenging MediaTek in 2022, but the company remains confident about its growth prospects under solid support from...
Thursday 24 March 2022
MediaTek to continue mobile SoC shipments for Samsung midrange handsets
MediaTek will continue to penetrate its 4G and 5G handset APs into Samsung Electronics midrange smartphone models in 2022, allowing its backend partners in Taiwan to benefit and indirectly...