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  • MediaTek steps up hiring

    Thursday 13 May 2021
    MediaTek+on+hiring+spree
    MediaTek has kicked off its recruitment campaign for 2021, with plans to hire over 2,000 additional R&D staff, according to the Taiwan-based IC design house.
  • mediatek
    Taiwan-based IC design houses may post disappointing revenues for the second quarter of 2021, as a resurgence of COVID-19 infections in India has led to an overall deceleration in...
  • mediatek
    MediaTek is developing new flagship handset SoCs with performance specs comparable to Apple's A series APs for iPhones, and may also adopt TSMC's advanced InFO_PoP packaging technology...
  • umc
    United Microelectronics (UMC) plans to raise its 12-inch foundry quotes for 28nm process technology by about 13% starting July, according to industry sources.
  • Chips+shortages+to+slow+down+specs+upgrades+for+new+offerings+in+2H21
    As shortages of ICs and other components are expected to worsen further in the peak season, downstream system makers are expected to slow down specs upgrades for their new offerings...
  • Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2021

    Friday 7 May 2021
    Global+notebook+shipments+went+down+only+8%2E7%25+sequentially+in+the+first+quarter+of+2021
    Global notebook shipments not including devices with detachable keyboards went down only 8.7% sequentially in the first quarter of 2021 as demand for education and gaming models remained...
  • ic
    Taiwan-based IC design houses are bracing for a robust second-quarter 2021, fueled by persistently strong demand along with rising chip prices, according to industry sources.
  • mediatek
    MediaTek has notified its China-based smartphone clients that it will scale down shipments of 4G chips in 2021 due to tight capacities at foundry houses, according to industry sour...
  • mediatek
    Shipments of smartphone application processors for use by China-based handset vendors reached 212 million units in the first quarter of 2021, increasing 0.2% from a quarter earlier,...
  • Chromebook+shipments+remained+robust+in+1Q21
    Chromebook shipments worldwide remained at above 10 million units in the first quarter of 2021, despite an around 9% sequential decrease, according to Digitimes Research's figures.
  • sony
    Despite weakened orders from Sony, TSMC still has been ramping up its 28nm chip output with plans to build additional production capacity at its Nanjing fab in China, according to...
  • MediaTek+expects+robust+revenue+growth+in+2021
    MediaTek expects to post another sequential increase of 10-18% in revenues for the second quarter, with revenues to fall between NT$118.8-127.5 billion (US$4.22-4.53 billion) under...
  • UMC+building+additional+28nm+process+capacity
    Pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) is striving to get its major clients including Samsung Electronics, MediaTek and Qualcomm to enter into 3-year supply agreements, according...
  • mmwave
    The chance of mmWave chips mounting a major challenge to the title of being the leading 5G mobile solutions will remain until at least the second half of 2022 due to tight capacity...
  • TSMC
    TSMC's board of directors has approved a budget of about US$2.89 billion for installation of mature technology capacity, the pure-play foundry announced on April 22.
  • apple
    ASE Technology Holding will see its FC-AiP (antenna in package) business receive a significant boost in the months ahead as the company and its EMS subsidiary Universal Scientific...
  • TSMC stepping up 5nm chip output

    Thursday 22 April 2021
    tsmc
    TSMC will be stepping up its 5nm chip output, scaling it up to as much as 150,000 wafers monthly starting in the second quarter through the end of this year, according to industry...
  • handset
    Qualcomm and MediaTek are both considering adopting fan-out PoP in the production of their flagship smartphone application processors, following in the footsteps of Apple utilizing...
  • UMC plans 40% price hike in 2022

    Wednesday 21 April 2021
    UMC+to+raise+foundry+quotes+for+2022
    United Microelectronics (UMC) is negotiating contracts for next year, when the pure-play foundry plans to initiate another price hikes, according to sources at IC design houses.
  • mediatek
    MediaTek is expected to post sequential revenue growth of over 10% or even 20% in the second quarter of 2021, after seeing its revenues grow 12.06% sequentially to NT$108.033 billion...
  • apple
    Apple is stepping up development its own dual-band 5G AiP (antenna in package) module, which, along with Qualcomm's solutions, may be featured in its next-generation iPhones, according...
  • ic
    Taiwan-based IC design houses including MediaTek, Elan Microelectronics and Realtek Semiconductor have moved to diversify their foundry partners amid tight capacity at many pure-play...
  • CK+Tseng+%28left%29%2C+President+of+Arm+Taiwan%2C+and+JC+Hsu%2C+Corporate+VP+and+GM+of+MediaTek
    With the convergence of 5G, AI, IoT and hyperscale computing, what will computing needs look like in the next decade? As the heart of the computing and connectivity revolution, and...
  • mediatek
    MediaTek has stepped up its purchases of BT substrates for use in its 5G mobile SoCs from suppliers including Unimicron Technology and Kinsus Interconnect Technology, as part of its...
  • ic
    MediaTek and Elan Microelectronics both plan to raise their chip prices by 10-20% to reflect rising foundry costs starting May 1, while fellow IC design company Realtek Semiconductor...
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