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Wednesday 6 July 2022
SMIC, Intel face different constraints in expanding global foundry market shares
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC) and Intel are facing different constraints in expanding their presence in the global foundry market while they are on track to...
Thursday 2 June 2022
Intel urges US and EU to collaborate to reinvigorate semiconductor leadership
Intel Corp twitted a press release with the title "Are Chips the Testbed for Increased Transatlantic Cooperation?" recently, making clear its stance to support a collaboration between...
Thursday 10 February 2022
What it takes for Made-in-Europe chips to thrive besides TSMC and EUR42 billion
The European Union announced its version of Chips Act on February 8, aiming to provide at least EUR42 billion (US$48 billion) by 2030 to push its global market share of semiconductors...
Friday 4 February 2022
Taiwan to boost low-carbon production to cope with EU CBAM
As the EU will enforce CBAM (Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism) beginning 2023, the Taiwan government has established an interdepartmental task force to work out a net zero carbon...
Thursday 16 December 2021
GlobalWafers sees no signs of demand reversal in years ahead
Silicon wafer supplier GlobalWafers has struck supply deals with customers for 2022 through 2024, and has seen no signs of reversal in demand in the next few years, according to company...
Tuesday 30 November 2021
Kymco to bring electric motorcycles to US, EU in 2022
Taiwan-based scooter maker Kymco has plans to enter the US and EU markets with its electric two-wheelers in 2022, according to company chairman Allen Ko.
Wednesday 10 November 2021
Compal Broadband expects Wi-Fi 6 to fuel replacement demand in Europe in 2022
Networking device provider Compal Broadband Networks (CBN) expects Wi-Fi 6 to trigger replacement demand in Europe starting 2022, and is therefore optimistic about its operations...
Wednesday 28 July 2021
EU new carbon-reduction package to push datacenters go liquid cooling
European Commission's Fit-for-55 package passed on July 14 is expected to prompt datacenter operators to act more keenly in adopting liquid cooling solutions.
Thursday 15 July 2021
TSMC to diversify manufacturing bases
TSMC is looking to diversify its manufacturing bases for the sustainability of the company's competitiveness, Digitimes Research believes.
Wednesday 14 July 2021
Intel seeks to regain advanced manufacturing lead
Intel is eyeing to regain its manufacturing lead, particularly advanced process manufacturing. Intel's capex for 2021 will be a nearly 10-year high for the company, despite being...
Wednesday 21 April 2021
Vietnam exports to EU hit US$10 billion in 1Q21
Exports from Vietnam to the EU experienced an 18% on-year growth to reach nearly US$10 billion in the first quarter of 2021, according to a report citing data from the Vietnamese...
Friday 15 January 2021
EU Chamber warns of damage from deglobalization
The European Chamber is calling on governments to reverse the trend of deglobalization, or risk the collapse of economies of scale.
Thursday 14 January 2021
Value of semiconductor industry M&A agreements sets record in 2020, says IC Insights
Five big acquisition announcements and more than a dozen smaller deals in 2020 pushed the total value of M&A agreements in the year to an all-time high of US$118 billion, surpassing...
Monday 9 November 2020
EU becomes largest source of FDI for Taiwan
EU members made total foreign direct investment (FDI) of US$47.8 billion in Taiwan during January-September 2020, with EU becoming the largest source of FDI for Taiwan, according...
Monday 18 May 2020
Central, Eastern Europe car output rising, says Digitimes Research
The proportion of car output from Central and Eastern Europe among the EU is increasing due to lower labor cost, according to Digitimes Research.