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Friday 26 November 2021
Japan PC, TV shipments continue to decline in October
Demand for PC and flat-panel TV in Japan continues to go down as the stay-at-home economy loses momentum. Domestic PC shipments dropped 39.9% on-year to 468,000 units in October, while shipments of flat-panel TV decreased by 13% to 369,000 units, according to statistics from the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA).
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Thursday 25 November 2021
Samsung to set up advanced wafer fab in Texas
Samsung Electronics has announced plans to invest an estimated US$17 billion in the establishment of a new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Taylor, Texas. The fab will be dedicated to producing advanced logic semiconductor solutions that power next-generation innovations and technologies.
Thursday 25 November 2021
New Samsung fab in Texas to eye orders from major US vendors
Samsung Electronics has disclosed plans to set up an advanced wafer fab in Texas. The new fab that will be equipped with advanced process manufacturing equipment and facilities will be striving to win advanced chip orders from AMD and other US chip vendors, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Samsung Display to expand OLED panel capacity
Samsung Display (SDC) is poised to expand production capacity for TV-use QD-OLED panels or IT-use OLED panels in South Korea, according to local media.
Wednesday 24 November 2021
EV manufacturing drives demand for machine tools, robots
According to Japan Machine Tool Builders' Association (JMTBA), machine tool orders from China have been increasing for 16 consecutive months and grew 24.5% on-year in October.
Tuesday 23 November 2021
Cloud kitchen popularity growing fast
Cloud kitchens have seen popularity grow fast in the Asia-Pacific amid the pandemic. Since 2020, the Asia Pacific region has gained the highest market share in the cloud kitchen sector, according to Reportlinker. Agri-food tech firms from China, India, and Singapore have accumulated more than US$7 billion in investment in the first half of 2021.
Wednesday 17 November 2021
Asia Venturing V: Global capital market flat? New trends emerging in Asia
Is the global capital market getting flat? Are late-stage investors chasing early-stage startups a new trend or a fad? Is Rivian SPAC reasonably valued? Experts discussed these questions at the fifth round of Asia Venturing, a monthly event co-powered by Anchor Taiwan and DIGITIMES.
Wednesday 17 November 2021
China panel makers keep expanding production capacities
China-based display panel makers continue expanding production capacities and there will be 25 7G to 10.5G lines in total in 2024, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 16 November 2021
China's fixed prices for lithium batteries is preventing the competition from growing
The price of lithium batteries continued to increase through the end of the third quarter due to the shortage of key materials and material prices skyrocketing. Coupled with China's power restriction, many China-based lithium battery factories announced price increases during the country's 11-day holiday. Seeing as the price of raw materials continues to soar, analysts are now wondering to what extent it will affect the rising price of batteries for electric vehicles (EV) in the future.
Tuesday 16 November 2021
Organic carbon battery may charge 10 times faster: Interview with PJP Eye
The automotive industry is renovating and electrifying its products to reduce carbon emission, stimulating innovations with batteries. Japan-based startup PJP Eye is one of the innovators in battery technology, who have collaborated with Kyushu University for over a decade to develop non-explosive, non-toxic, and non-pollutive batteries.
Tuesday 16 November 2021
Ta Win grabs EV pie by securing Posco deal
In November alone, Ta Win Holdings, a Malaysia-based copper product manufacturer, had announced deals that secured its share in the global electrical vehicle (EV) supply chain.
Thursday 11 November 2021
China-based battery makers BYD, CATL take lead in EV market
The future for lithium batteries is promising and China-based battery makers are actively seizing market opportunities. Recently, BYD raised funds to expand its electric vehicle (EV) battery production and Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) signed a deal to supply batteries for Tesla.
Wednesday 10 November 2021
Geely to mass-produce in-house 7nm car chip SE1000 next year
Geely Auto announced the mass production of 7nm automobile SoC semiconductor "SE1000" starting next year. SE1000 is China's first in-house developed 7nm SoC semiconductor for cars and it will help increase China's self-sufficiency in the semiconductor sector.
Wednesday 10 November 2021
TSMC, Sony to form JV foundry in Japan
TSMC and Sony Semiconductor Solutions (SSS) have jointly announced plans to establish a joint-venture foundry in Kumamoto, Japan to initially provide 22nm and 28nm process manufacturing for specialty ICs. The foundry is targeting production by 2024.
Tuesday 9 November 2021
Tesla likely to set up another factory in China
Tesla is likely to set up its second electric vehicle (EV) factory in Shanghai, and could shift more of its component orders to suppliers with manufacturing sites locally in China, according to industry sources.
Monday 8 November 2021
Unisoc sees mobile SoC shipments hike in 3Q21
Unisoc saw its mobile SoC shipments jump 96% sequentially and over 100 times on year to a record-high 4.2 million units in the third quarter of 2021, media reprts have quoted CINNO Research as saying.