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  • foxconn
    Foxconn Technology Group has established complete 8K+5G ecosystems, marking another big step forward in the group's development roadmaps beyond cloud computing, mobile devices, IoT, big data, smart living and robots, according to Lu Fang-ming, chairman of Foxconn's telecom arm Asia Pacific Telecom...
  • Terry Gou has stepped down as chairman of Foxconn Technology Group to facilitate his bid for Taiwan's presidency, handing over the reins to a collective management by a nine-member committee.
  • innolux
    Flat panel maker Innolux has said that it has set up a new TV assembly line in Taiwan aiming to help clients mitigate the impact of rising US tariffs on Chinese imports, according to company president James Yang.
  • Despite the prospect of the US-China trade tensions further driving down DRAM pricing in the second half of the year, vendors continue to advance their technology for the memory. On another front in the semiconductor sector,...
  • E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) remains positive about its sales and earnings outlook for 2019 as it moves to enhance its deployments in the smart city, smart retailing, education and logistics sectors despite the ongoing US-China trade dispute, according to company president Johnson...
  • wistron
    Moving out of China seems to be an irreversible trend for many IT products manufacturers at the moment. But where are they relocating? For Wistron, India is a key destination; for HHD vendors, their contract manufacturers are converging...
  • Sharp promoting laser projectors in Taiwan
    Sharp has introduced nine models of its laser projectors into the Taiwan market targeting the B2B commercial segment.
  • The gaming monitor market sees fierce competition
    Gaming monitor shipments are expected to rise by over 40% on year in 2019 as gaming brands and traditional monitor vendors have been competing aggressively in a market segment that promises high growth, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • Instead of releasing new 8K and ultra large-size OLED TVs to ramp up its TV sales in the Taiwan market as its competitors Samsung Electronics and Sony have done so in 2019, LG Electronics has adopted a different approach by launching mainstream 4K models to compete head-to-head with its rivals in the...
  • ComQi, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AU Optronics (AUO), has unveiled an all-in-one digital signage solution using Intel Smart Display Module (Intel SDM) architecture.
  • Apple's unveiling of the US$4,999 Pro Display XDR display device is paving the way for suppliers of LED-backlit products to renew their efforts to cut into the niche display market, according to sources from Taiwan's LED supply chain makers.
  • INT chairman David Chu Photo: Rebecca Kuo, Digitimes, June 2019
    The arrival of the 5G era will accelerate the development of IoT networks and other applications which require higher network specifications including IoV, telemedicine, minimally invasive surgery, IIoT (industrial IoT), disaster prevention and emergency relief networks, according to David Chu, chairman...
  • Apple Pro Display XDR monitor
    Apple has introduced the new Mac Pro, a completely redesigned workstation and Apple Pro Display XDR monitor. Designed for performance, expansion and configurability, the all-new Mac Pro features workstation-class Xeon processors up to 28 cores, a high-performance memory system with a 1.5TB capacity,...
  • Netronix COO CM Lin
    EPD (electrophoretic display) solution supplier Netronix has said it will begin shipping its plug-type electronic baggage tags (EBTs) in the second half of 2019, with prospects to see robust growth for its overall sales of e-paper solutions, including medical tags and electronic shelf labels (ESLs)...
  • Asustek marks its 30th anniversary
    Asustek Computer is exhibiting its latest personal, business and gaming hardware at the Asus and Republic of Gamers (ROG) booths at Computex 2019.
  • Taiwan's TV manufacturers would not be much affected by the US raising tariffs on TVs from China, as many of the TVs sold in the US are from Mexico.
  • The applications of e-paper solutions are proliferating
    EPD (electrophoretic display) solution suppliers E Ink Holdings (EIH) and Netronix will showcase their latest e-paper solutions for a wide range of applications, including smart transportation, retail, logistics, education, medical care and smart city, at Computex Taipei 2019.
  • Some of Taiwan's monitor makers have begun looking for suitable production sites outside of China, as they brace for the 25% tariffs on Chinese goods. But only around 23% of Taiwan's monitor shipments are expected to be impacted by the tax.
  • Xiaomi has reported higher than expected revenues of CNY43.76 billion (US$6.33 billion) for the first quarter of 2019, increasing 27.2% from a year earlier.
  • Taiwan-based makers saw their combined shipments of monitors increase 5.6% on year in the first quarter of 2019, growing for the fifth consecutive quarter. Their monitor shipments are expected to continue to grow on a yearly basis in second-quarter 2019, albeit at a slow pace in line with global trend,...
  • Corning Taiwan president Daniel Tseng
    The 8K TV era is coming with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to serve as a catalyst to facilitate further technology advancements in the display industry to realize a fast development of the 8K TV market, according to Daniel Tseng, president, Corning Display Technologies Taiwan.
  • EIH showcasing its JustWrite e-paper technology at Display Week 2019
    E Ink Holdings (EIH), an e-paper solution provider, has kicked off production of its full-color 26-inch Advanced Color ePaper (ACeP) displays after beginning producing 13-inch of such products in the first quarter of 2019, according to company sources.
  • 8k
    The developments of related key technologies and solutions for the ultra-high definition (UHD) 8K/4K video services will be accelerated and realized by optimizing 5G networks, according to Dai Jeng-wu, president and CEO of Sharp.
  • AUO to focus on high-end display segment
    AU Optronics (AUO) will continue to strive into the high-end segments of a display market that has been generally plagued by oversupply and shrinking profit margins, according company president Michael Tsai.
  • Coretronic has diversified its operations beyond its core business of backlight unit (BLU) production to include others such as cloud service, robot manufacturing and mixed reality products as it seeks to sustain long-term growth, according to company chairman Wade Chang.

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