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Thursday 25 November 2021
Nuvoton intros battery monitoring ICs for next-gen vehicles
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology has expanded its product portfolio to include battery monitoring ICs for next-generation vehicles, and is set to enter volume production of such...
Monday 15 November 2021
Car MCU crunch on track to ease, ADAS chip shortage emerging
Shortage of automotive MCUs will remain on track to ease in 2022, but a new wave of uneven component supply will be emerging and may last till 2023 with core chips for ADAS to lead...
Friday 29 October 2021
Primax expects double-digit revenue growth in 4Q21
Peripheral and component supplier Primax Electronics expects its fourth-quarter 2021 revenues to register a double-digit sequential growth, as part of shipments of audio solutions...
Tuesday 26 October 2021
Holtek says no plan to raise prices for MCUs
Holtek Semiconductor has no plans to raise its MCU and other consumer IC prices despite foundry costs continuing to rise, as Chinese peers are striving to win more orders for small...
Monday 25 October 2021
OSATs to see strong backend orders for car-use MCUs in 2022-2023
International IDMs are set to raise quotes for automotive MCUs in 2022, and their backend partners in Taiwan are all expected to sustain robust backend momentum through 2022-2023...
Wednesday 20 October 2021
Holtek secures more fab capacity for 2022 orders
Holtek Semiconductor has secured more available fab capacity to fulfill customer orders in 2022, according to the Taiwan-based MCU supplier.
Monday 18 October 2021
IDMs, chipmakers on track to raise automotive MCU output
International IDMs and chipmakers are set to ramp up their output for automotive MCUs in the next few years to meet ever-growing demand for such chips, according to industry source...
Thursday 14 October 2021
Chip delivery times reportedly reach nearly 22 weeks
The impact of government-led power restrictions on China's local industry supply chains is threatening to prolong delivery lead times for ICs, according to industry sources in Chin...
Wednesday 13 October 2021
MCU production sees improvement in 4Q21, price increases remain uncertain
MCU production has recently been much smoother, which includes the easing of congestion in back-end packaging and testing, according to industry sources.
Friday 8 October 2021
MCU firm Padauk posts record 3Q21 revenue
Padauk Technology saw its third-quarter revenue hit a record high of NT$264 million (US$9.43 million), with revenue for the first three quarters of 2021 already exceeding the level...
Wednesday 15 September 2021
Vanchip tapping Wi-Fi 6 RF FEM market
China-based Vanchip Technologies, a subsidiary of MediaTek, is partnering with IC distributor WPG and GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors to promote its Wi-Fi 6 RF front-end modules (RF...
Monday 6 September 2021
Electronic control module acts as brain of EVs, says Andy Lee, Foxtron president
Electric power, batteries, and the electronic control module are the three frameworks of electric vehicles (EVs). Having an efficient integration of the three systems is crucial to...
Tuesday 31 August 2021
Quotes for wirebonding packaging to rise in 1H22
Backend houses are expected to raise their quotes for wirebonding packaging in the first half of 2022 to reflect higher material costs, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 17 August 2021
Nuvoton to raise foundry quotes by 15%, report says
MCU specialist Nuvoton Technology, which has merged with Panasonic Semiconductor Solutions (PSCS), has reportedly notified customers about a 15% price hike for its contract manufacturing...
Friday 13 August 2021
Automotive MCU sales to surge 23% in 2021 despite shortages
Despite some ongoing shortages of microcontrollers and automakers having to temporarily close assembly lines this year, automotive MCU sales are forecast to surge 23% in the economic...
Tuesday 5 January 2016
Samsung Electronics has announced it is mass producing an all-in-one advanced system logic chip for the health-oriented wearables market, the Bio-Processor. The Samsung Bio-Processor is specifically designed to allow accelerated development of wearable products for consumers who are increasingly monitoring their health and fitness on a daily basis, the vendor said. By integrating analog front ends (AFE), microcontroller unit (MCU), power management IC, digital signal processor (DSP) and eFlash memory, Samsung's Bio-Processor is able to process the bio-signals it measures without the need of external processing parts. Samsung Bio-Processor will be available in fitness/health devices within the first half of 2016, according to the company.
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OLED DDI supply may fall short of demand in 2022
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TSMC outsources part of CoWoS packaging production to OSATs
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US-Taiwan Economic Prosperity Partner Dialogue to connect Taiwan companies with US telecoms
Taiwan top-3 foundries poised to see combined revenues increase 25% in 2021
Digitimes Research worldwide notebook shipment update – October 2021
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