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  • China's software industry consisting of 37,776 companies generated revenues totaling CNY6.306 trillion (US$954 billion) in 2018, growing 14.2% on year, according to the country's...
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    Gaming and ultrathin notebooks are expected to become the growth driver of Acer's operation in Thailand, particularly gaming models, as e-sports has been gainign popularity among...
  • TSMC revenues fall to 6-month low

    Friday 15 February 2019

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reported consolidated revenues fell 13.1% sequentially to NT$78.09 billion (US$2.53 billion)...

  • Falling LCD panel prices and shipment volumes may cause AU Optronics (AUO) and Innolux to suffer significant operating losses in the first quarter of 2019, traditionally a low season...
  • Adata sees SSD sales ramp up

    Friday 15 February 2019
    Memory module maker Adata Technology saw sales of its SSD products increase 14.2% on year and over 10% sequentially to account for 22% of company revenues in January 2019.
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    Time-lapse camera maker Brinno has reported consolidated revenues of NT$59 million (US$1.9 million) for January, the highest monthly level since July 2017 and growing 12.77% sequentially...
  • EMS provider Lite-On Technology has reported consolidated revenues of NT$15.607 billion (US$507 million) for January, decreasing 3.29% sequentially and 5.44% on year.
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC) expects to post a revenue decline of 16-18% sequentially in the first quarter of 2019, with gross margin ranging from 20% to 22%.
  • Taiwan-based server chassis supplier Chenbro Micom has reported consolidated revenues of NT$615 million (US$19.78 million) for January, growing 15.62% on year and hitting the highest-ever...
  • TPK revenues hit 3-month high in January

    Thursday 14 February 2019
    Touch panel maker TPK Holding saw its revenues increase 12.1% on month and 46.9% on year to hit a three-month high of NT$14.049 billion (US$455.38 million) in January.
  • GlobalWafers has disclosed revenues for January 2019 hit the third highest monthly levels in the company's history, while Formosa Sumco Technology (FST) saw its January revenues slip...
  • Touch panel maker General Interface Solution (GIS) has reported revenues of NT$10.22 billion (US$331.6 million) for January, down 42.06% on month but up 9.87% on year.
  • ASE Technology Holding, the parent company of IC packagers Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and Siliconware Precision Industries (SPIL), has reported January consolidated...
  • Power supply maker and energy management solution provider Delta Electronics has reported consolidated revenues of NT$18.783 billion (US$610 million) for January, decreasing 11.43%...
  • Hiwin January revenues hit 21-month low

    Wednesday 13 February 2019
    Mechanical motion control component and industrial robot maker Hiwin Technologies has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.668 billion (US$54.1 million) for January, the lowest...
  • Global Unichip posts record 2018 profit

    Wednesday 13 February 2019
    IC design service company Global Unichip has reported net profits of NT$988 million (US$32 million) on consolidated revenues of NT$13.46 billion for 2018, with both results hitting...
  • MediaTek to see revenues rebound in 2Q19

    Wednesday 13 February 2019
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    MediaTek is expected to see its second-quarter revenues rebound to over NT$60 billion (US$1.95 billion), thanks to mass shipments of its new Helio P90 and P35 mobile SoCs, as well...
  • Chicony Electronics revenues hit high

    Wednesday 13 February 2019
    Keyboard and CCM (compact camera module) maker Chicony Electronics has reported consolidated revenues of NT$7.128 billion (US$231 million) for January, the highest-ever for the month...
  • Metal-alloy chassis specialist Catcher Technology expects to post an on-year decline in first-quarter revenues, citing continued weak demand for handsets and notebook processor sho...
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    Taiwan-based graphics card players, Nvidia and semiconductor players including Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), Global Unichip and Faraday Technology are expected...
  • Largan January revenues down on year

    Tuesday 12 February 2019
    Smartphone-use lens module maker Largan Precision has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.347 billion (US$109 million) for January, increasing 3.72% sequentially but decreasing...
  • Nanya January revenues down, Winbond up

    Tuesday 12 February 2019

    DRAM chipmaker Nanya Technology saw its revenues fall to a 19-month low in January 2019, while niche-market DRAM specialist Winbond Electronics' revenues...

  • Spirox gains new clients

    Monday 11 February 2019
    Taiwan-based Spirox, which distributes and sells packaging and testing equipment, has signed new supply contracts but will terminate its long-term agreement with Xcerra.
  • Gigabyte+is+facing+a+challenging+2019
    Gigabyte Technology is reportedly planning to cut its sales and marketing expenses for 2019 and will axe 5-10% of its personnel in the first half of 2019, according to some market...
  • NAND flash prices will continue falling in the second half of 2019, but the pace will be more moderate, according to Wallace Kou, president and CEO of Silicon Motion Technology.
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