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Wednesday 24 November 2021
Quartz component maker Siward expects supply to remain tight in 1H22
Quartz component supplier Siward Crystal Technology expects the overall industry supply to remain tight in the first half of 2022, as suppliers' capacity expansion pace fails to catch...
Wednesday 24 November 2021
Wonderful Hi-Tech expects rising sales from LEO satellite equipment
Cable maker Wonderful Hi-Tech has become a supplier of transmission cables used in ground receivers for low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites thanks to its experience in making directly...
Wednesday 24 November 2021
ICT assemblers facing liquidity pressure for some excessive components
While continuing to suffer shortage of certain chips, downstream ICT assemblers are also facing increasing capital flow pressure arising from high inventory of other components, prompting...
Wednesday 17 November 2021
IT product distributor Weblink expects double-digit revenue growth in 4Q21
Weblink International, a channel distributor under Acer, expects to post another double-digit revenue increase in the fourth quarter of 2021, as its efforts to serve multiple brand...
Wednesday 17 November 2021
Eternal Materials sees demand for high-end IC substrates remain strong
Eternal Materials, which specializes in resin materials and dry-film photoresists, continues to enjoy strong shipments for high-frequency and high-speed substrates, while seeing orders...
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...
Tuesday 9 November 2021
ChipMOS sees high-end DDI testing capacity fully utilized
ChipMOS Technologies continues to see its high-end display driver IC (DDI) testing lines remain fully utilized, but expects to post flat growth in revenues from the DDI segment in...
Friday 5 November 2021
Topco enjoys brisk silicone order visibility
Topco Technologies, which distributes silicone materials for Japan's Shin-Etsu Chemical, has seen clear order visibility through 2022 and remains upbeat about its business prospects...
Monday 1 November 2021
Semiconductors to stay a seller's market through 1H22
After lasting for almost two years, global semiconductor shortage is on track to ease as the pandemic continues to subside in many countries, and semiconductor demand is expected...
Thursday 28 October 2021
Yageo sees mixed prospects for specialty, commodity passive components
Taiwan's leading passive components maker Yageo continues to enjoy strong demand for automotive and industrial applications, but its capacity utilization rate for commodity offerings...
Wednesday 27 October 2021
Foundry prices to continue rising in 2022, says PSMC chairman
Pure-play foundries will remain encouraged to raise their quotes in 2022, according to Frank Huang, chairman for Taiwan-based foundry Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing (PSMC).
Thursday 21 October 2021
Audix sees 3Q21 profit growth
Audix, a Taiwan-based component maker and distributor, has reported EPS of NT$4.17 (US$0.15) for the third quarter with consolidated revenues rising 12% sequentially to come to NT$1.84...
Monday 18 October 2021
Chipmakers cautious about overbooking for consumer applications in 4Q21
Shipments of display driver ICs (DDI) for Chromebook and large-size TV applications are apparently slowing down on seasonality in the fourth quarter, but the supply of networking...
Friday 15 October 2021
Automotive IC shortage to persist for next 2-3 years
The global shortage of automotive ICs is likely to last beyond next year until 2023 or even 2024, and automakers worldwide are trying all possible means to counter, according to industry...
Thursday 14 October 2021
TSMC expects 4.5% revenue growth in 4Q21
TSMC expects to post revenues of between US$15.4 billion and US$15.7 billion in the fourth quarter of 2021, which is a 4.5% sequential increase at the midpoint. Gross margin and operating...
Wednesday 23 December 2015
Samsung PRO Plus 128GB microSD cards
Samsung Electronics has unveiled its PRO Plus 128GB microSD card series, which is built with company's MLC NAND flash solution. With the introduction of its new 128GB microSD card, Samsung provides consumers with a memory card solution for capturing heavy-loaded, high-resolution video, photography and multimedia contents for use in today's mobile devices. The PRO Plus 128GB microSD is the newest addition to Samsung's PRO Plus lineup, which was first introduced in 32GB and 64GB versions in May 2015. The 128GB microSD features the highest-quality MLC NAND flash memory and UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) and Speed Class 10 support, offering the industry's fastest speeds of up to 95MB/s and 90MB/s for read and write respectively, Samsung said. The new PRO Plus 128GB microSD is meant for use in high-end smartphones and tablets, as well as fulfilling the security, capacity, performance and environment requirements inherent in newly emerging audio and video consumer electronics, specifically action cameras and drones. The new memory card is equipped to handle storing and transferring professional-grade photos and 4K UHD video recording and playback. It can record up to three hours and 50 minutes of 4K UHD video or 16 hours and 20 minutes of Full HD video in action cameras without the need to change or replace the memory card. In addition, the PRO Plus 128GB microSD can store a maximum of 10,940 photos or 30,670 MP3 songs based on Samsung's estimated user settings and configurations. Samsung will now offer the new PRO Plus 128GB microSD memory card in more than 50 countries including China, Europe, Korea, the US and other regions.