553 news items tagged SEMI
Global semiconductor materials market slips 1% in 2019, says SEMIWednesday 1 April 2020
Global semiconductor materials market revenue edged down 1.1% in 2019, according to SEMI.
Semiconductor equipment billings increaseFriday 20 March 2020
Billings among North American manufacturers of semiconductor production equipment increased 1.2% sequentially and 26.2% on year in February 2020, according to SEMI.
SEMI cuts fab equipment spending growth outlook for 2020Tuesday 10 March 2020
Global fab equipment spending promises to rebound from its 2019 downturn and see a modest recovery this year before a sharp uptick drives record investments in 2021, SEMI said in...
SEMICON SEA 2020 postponedThursday 5 March 2020
SEMI has announced that it is postponing SEMICON Southeast Asia 2020 from May 12-14 to August 11-13 out of concern over the coronavirus outbreak.
Semiconductor equipment billings drop on-monthFriday 21 February 2020
Billings among North American manufacturers of semiconductor production equipment dropped 5.9% sequentially in January 2020, according to SEMI.
Post-coronavirus rebound to take place in 2H20, SEMI believesThursday 13 February 2020
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has had a negative impact on the world's economy and supply chain, but a rebound should take place in the latter half of 2020 thanks to a general...
III-V semiconductor makers gearing up for new iPhone productionThursday 13 February 2020
Taiwan-based compound semiconductor components makers are gearing up to fulfill shipments of PA (power amplifier), RF (radio frequency) and VCSEl devices for a new iPhone model, tentatively...
Lite-On Semi posts revenue drop in JanuaryMonday 10 February 2020
Without recognizing sales generated by On-Bright Electronics, Lite-On Semiconductor saw its revenues fall about 14% from a year earlier in January 2020.
Silicon wafer shipments drop 7% on 2019, says SEMIThursday 6 February 2020
Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments in 2019 declined 7% from the 2018 record high, while revenues slipped 2% on year but remained above the US$11 billion mark, according to the...
Semi equipment suppliers Acter, Nova positive for 2020Tuesday 14 January 2020
Clean room engineering specialist Acter and its factory equipment subsidiary Nova Technology both are positive about their business prospects for 2020 thanks to a significant pick-up...
Mars Semi debuts on Taiwan emerging stock boardFriday 10 January 2020
Taiwan-based audio/video SoC provider Mars Semiconductor has debut on Taiwan's emerging stock board as it moves to expand its portfolios, including SaaS services.
Lite-On Semi to dispose of On-Bright sharesThursday 9 January 2020
Lite-On Semiconductor will sell its stake in On-Bright Electronics by the middle of 2020, when On-Bright is fully acquired by a consortium of private equity funds led by MagiCapita...
Win Semi, VPEC poised to embrace robust 1Q20Tuesday 7 January 2020
GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors and Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC), which manufactures epitaxial wafers, both saw revenues increase by over 20% in 2019 and are expected...
Memory-centric solutions for next 20 years: Q&A with Macronix chairman Miin WuFriday 3 January 2020
Taiwan-based Macronix International has developed into the world's largest supplier of ROM chips and second biggest maker of NOR flash memory chips after experiencing ups and downs...
Chang Wah and Tian Zheng form partnership for semi equipment marketTuesday 31 December 2019
Chang Wah Electromaterials and Tian Zheng International Precision Machinery have signed a pact for collaboration in the semiconductor inspection equipment sector.
North American semi equipment industry billings riseMonday 23 December 2019
Monthly billings of North American semiconductor equipment manufacturers, which registered their first on-year increase since October 2018 and climbed to a 14-month high in October...
Compound semi suppliers set for capacity ramps to meet risng RF, PA demandFriday 20 December 2019
Taiwan-based compound semiconductor suppliers are set to further expand their production capacities as they are poised to embrace robust demand for radio-frequency (RF) and power...
Samsung, Yangtze Memory stepping up capacity expansion paceWednesday 18 December 2019
Samsung Electronics and China's Yangtze Memory Technology (YMTC) have both stepped up equipment purchases for building additional new NAND flash fabrication lines since the second...
Global fab equipment spending rebounds in 2H19, says SEMITuesday 17 December 2019
Projected 2019 global fab equipment spending has been revised upward to US$56.6 billion on the strength of surging memory investments in the latter part of the year after a weak first...
Global semiconductor equipment sales to rebound in 2020Thursday 12 December 2019
Global semiconductor manufacturing equipment sales will drop 10.5% to US$57.6 billion in 2019 from last year's historic peak of US$64.4 billion but stage a 2020 recovery and set a...
Worldwide semiconductor equipment billings rise 12% in 3Q19, says SEMIWednesday 4 December 2019
Worldwide semiconductor equipment manufacturers posted third-quarter 2019 billings of US$14.9 billion, a sequential increase of 12% but a 6% decrease on year, according to SEMI.
North American semi equipment industry billings climb to 14-month highWednesday 20 November 2019
The three-month average of worldwide billings of North American equipment manufacturers climbed to a 14-month high of US$2.11 billion in October 2019, according to SEMI.
Silicon wafer area shipments fall for 4th consecutive quarterThursday 14 November 2019
Worldwide silicon wafer area shipments fell for the fourth consecutive quarter in the third quarter of 2019, according to SEMI.
Top 5 share of semi industry capex to set new record in 2019Wednesday 6 November 2019
The share of semiconductor industry capital spending held by the top-5 companies (Samsung, Intel, TSMC, SK Hynix and Micron) is forecast to reach an all-time high of 68% this year,...
Global MEMS and sensors fab capacity to grow 25% through 2023, SEMI reportsFriday 1 November 2019
Total worldwide installed capacity for MEMS and sensors fabs is forecast to grow 25% to 4.7 million 200mm equivalent wafers per month from 2018 to 2023, driven by explosive demand...
SEMICON West 2006 opens
Photo: Stephen Taylor, DigiTimes.com, Wednesday 12 July 2006
SEMI China director of market research Samuel Ni speaking at SEMICON West
Photo: Stephen Taylor, DigiTimes.com, Wednesday 12 July 2006
SEMI president and CEO Stanley T Myers speaks at SEMICON West 2006
Photo: Stephen Taylor, DigiTimes.com, Tuesday 11 July 2006