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Thursday 16 June 2022
Unimicron to continue ramping up ABF substrate capacity till 2025
Unimicron Technology will continue ramping up its ABF substrate capacity till 2025 to cope with increasing demand from the 5G, AIoT, HPC and networking device sectors.
Wednesday 8 June 2022
ASE, Unimicron to provide packaging, related substrates for new Apple M2 chip
Taiwan-based ASE Technology and Unimicron Technology have both seized flip chip ball grid array (FC-BGA) packaging and related substrate orders for Apple's just unveiled M2 processors,...
Tuesday 26 April 2022
ABF substrate makers to see new capacity boost biz results in next 3 years
Taiwan-based ABF substrate suppliers including Unimicron Technology, Nan Ya PCB and Kinsus Interconnect Technology are expected to commercialize additional capacities boosting their...
Friday 22 April 2022
China lockdowns disrupting PCB shipments
COVID lockdowns in Kunshan and other Chinese cities, where high-tech manufacturing hubs are located, are impacting local businesses, including PCB makers seeing their production and...
Wednesday 20 April 2022
ASE gearing up for HPC chip boom
OSAT ASE Technology with its fan-out chip on substrate (FOCoS) packaging technology is gearing up for a boom in HPC chip demand, eyeing orders from major processor vendors including...
Wednesday 13 April 2022
ABF substrate makers thriving on brisk demand for datacenter applications
Robust ABF substrate demand for datacenter applications will boost revenues and profits at Taiwan-based suppliers including Unimicron Technology, Nan Ya PCB and Kinsus Interconnect...
Thursday 7 April 2022
Unimicron, Nan Ya PCB see Kunshan lockdown slightly affect April revenues
An extended COVID lockdown in Kunshan, China is not much constraining PCB and IC substrate supply from plants there operated by Taiwan-based makers Unimicron Technology and Nan Ya...
Wednesday 16 March 2022
COVID lockdowns in China may affect shipments of new Apple devices
Shipments of new Apple devices may more or less be affected by the COVID lockdowns in Shenzhen and Dongguan, where its supply chain partners including Foxconn, Unimicron Technology...
Thursday 10 March 2022
TSMC, Unimicron to offer production solutions for Apple M1 Ultra
Apple has just unveiled its M1 Ultra SoC built using in-house-developed UltraFusion packaging architecture, which will be fabricated by TSMC with a 5nm process node and advanced packaging...
Thursday 24 February 2022
Unimicron in talks about ABF substrate orders for 2027-2030
Unimicron Technology is already in talks with its major clients about ABF substrate orders for 2027-2030, as they seek to secure as much new capacity as possible through long-term...
Wednesday 23 February 2022
Unimicron to merge with SiP substrate specialist
Unimicron Technology has announced plans to merge with Subtron Technology, which specializes in SiP substrates, looking to integrate resources to expand product portfolios and seize...
Wednesday 19 January 2022
Taiwan ABF substrate makers eyeing new profits with new capacities
Taiwan-based ABF substrate suppliers expect the activation of new production capacities later this year and in 2023 to boost their profits amid tight supplies, according to industry...
Wednesday 29 December 2021
Unimicron showcases FOPLP substrates at SEMICON Taiwan 2021
IC substrate supplier Unimicron Technology is showcasing its newly-developed fan-out panel-level packaging (FOPLP) substrates at the ongoing SEMICON Taiwan 2021, looking to better...
Wednesday 22 December 2021
ABF substrate supply to see 20% shortage throughout 2022, says Unimicron
The supply of ABF substrates will continue to be at least 20% short of demand in 2022, and the crunch may start to ease only after most of new capacities at suppliers come online...
Monday 20 December 2021
Unimicron to increase 2022 capex on ABF substrate capacity for non-Intel clients
Taiwan's leading IC substrate maker Unimicron Technology has recently scaled up its capital expenses for 2022 to NT$35.858 billion (US$1.287 billion) from the originally planned level...