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Monday 4 July 2022
Google considering having future Pixel phones made in Vietnam
Google, which is having a majority of its Pixel 6 smartphone made in China, is considering shifting orders for its future phones to its manufacturing partners' plants in Vietnam to...
Friday 1 July 2022
Global microprocessor sales to rise 12% in 2022, says IC Insights
Worldwide microprocessor sales are expected to maintain double-digit percentage growth in 2022, despite economic troubles brewing this year, according to IC Insights.
Tuesday 28 June 2022
Intel cutting Alder Lake CPU prices to attract order pull-ins from PC brands
Intel is reportedly cutting the prices of processors launched at the end of 2021 as order pull-ins from PC brands for second-half 2022 are far weaker than expected due to a deceleration...
Tuesday 28 June 2022
Compal seeks more production in Vietnam because of China COVID-19 lockdowns
Compal Electronics will pay another visit to Vietnam in July to seek a place to build its new factory as clients are turning keener toward relocating production sites beyond China,...
Monday 20 June 2022
Component makers cautious about orders for 2H22
Notebook component makers are turning conservative about orders for the second half as impacts from the war between Ukraine and Russia and China's COVID lockdowns are expected to...
Friday 17 June 2022
Notebook shipments rebound in May with China COVID lockdowns easing, says DIGITIMES Research
The global top-5 notebook brands saw combined shipments rebound 34% in May from a month ago with the lifting of COVID lockdowns in eastern China, but the volumes still went down compared...
Monday 13 June 2022
Notebook prospects vary with device models, supply chain segments
As a whole, the notebook market has seen a reversal in demand, with consumer models bearing the brunt of sales downturn. Shipments of education-use Chromebooks, which played a pioneering...
Thursday 9 June 2022
Sercomm customers more concerned about China lockdown than chip shortages
Customers of network device maker Sercomm are more concerned about the impact of COVID-induced lockdown restrictions in China than chip shortages, according to company chairman James...
Monday 6 June 2022
Factories in Shanghai unlikely to run regularly until after mid-June
The notebook supply chain in Shanghai is unlikely to fully resume regular operation until after mid-June and related companies' second-quarter revenues are expected to be undermined,...
Monday 23 May 2022
Mitac stays positive about enterprise demand in 2022
Despite rising global inflation, IT product demand from the enterprise segment remains robust, especially for servers and telecom equipment, according to Mitac Holdings president...
Monday 16 May 2022
Semiconductor shortage to ease for wireless communications, says research firm
Wireless telecommunications has escaped the worst effects of the semiconductor shortage, and that semiconductors for cellular infrastructure equipment will continue to dodge significant...
Monday 16 May 2022
Quanta, Inventec upbeat about 2H22 server shipment prospects
Taiwan-based server makers Quanta Computer and Inventec are expecting shipments to grow in the second half of the year thanks to strong demand from US-based cloud service providers...
Thursday 5 May 2022
Kunshan starts easing lockdown
The Chinese city of Kunshan has started easing its COVID lockdown, but local supply chains are unlikely to resume normal operations until mid- or late May, according to industry so...
Tuesday 3 May 2022
Quanta resumes MacBook production at Shanghai plant
Quanta Computer's plant in Shanghai, China is gradually resuming its production of Apple's MacBook products with order pull-ins also slowly turning strong, according to sources from...
Wednesday 27 April 2022
Quanta resumes production in Shanghai
ODM Quanta Computer has restarted operations at its factory site in Shanghai's Songjiang district, according to industry sources.